REVIEW: The Secret Love Life of Ophelia, Greenwich Theatre (Online)

Steven Berkoff’s play skilfully examines the innermost thoughts of Hamlet and Ophelia, offering real insight – but can come across as repetitive in places. Exploring the tragic relationship between Ophelia and Hamlet, The Secret Love Life of Ophelia is a powerful and passionate play that captures every element of it from romance to tragic ending… Read More

NEWS: Helen Mirren to Support Greenwich Theatre’s Online Premiere

The Greenwich Theatre has announced a new online premiere featuring an appearance from Helen Mirren. It has been announced that Greenwich Theatre patron and Oscar winning actress Helen Mirren will support the venue’s debut online production – a new version of Steven Berkoff’s The Secret Love Life of Ophelia – with a special guest appearance.… Read More

NEWS: Greenwich Theatre Secures Arts Council England Funding

It has been announced that the London Theatre has managed to secure £35,000 in emergency funding from Arts Council England to protect and develop the company’s work. The money provided by Arts Council England will help the company’s work with young and emerging artists and to move the annual Greenwich Children’s Theatre Festival online. It will… Read More

NEWS: Lazarus Theatre Announces 2020 Season at Greenwich Theatre

The Lazarus Theatre Company announce their third season at the Greenwich Theatre. The theatre company has confirmed details of their 2020 season at the Greenwich Theatre, running from the 26th February until the 4th July. It has been announced that Lazarus Theatre will open their 2020 season with a production of Macbeth, running from the… Read More

First Listen to… ‘Raven’ from European Premiere of Brooklyn the Musical

A new video of Emily-Mae performing ‘Raven’ from the upcoming European premiere of Brooklyn the Musical has been released. Playing at the Greenwich Theatre from the 27th September, this European premiere of Mark Schoenfeld and Barri McPherson’s musical is directed by Adam Haigh (Carmen, Spelling Bee). Brooklyn the Musical is a story within a story. On… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for European Premiere of Brooklyn the Musical

The musical will play at the Greenwich Theatre from the 27th September. Casting for the upcoming European premiere of Brooklyn the Musical has been confirmed. Directed and choreographed by Adam Haigh, the production is set to star: Hiba Elchikhe (Brooklyn), Emily-Mae (Paradice), Sabrina Aloueche (Faith) , John Addison (Taylor), Andrew Patrick-Walker (Streetsinger) and Jodie Beth Meyer (Alternate Brooklyn). The cast are… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Lazarus Theatre’s Salomé

The production will play at the Greenwich Theatre from the 14th May. Directed by Ricky Dukes, the cast for this new production of Oscar Wilde’s Salomé has been announced. It has been confirmed that Bailey Pilbeam ,Jamie O’Neill, Annemarie Anang, Jamal Renaldo,Hattie Wilkinson, Michael Howlett, Jordan Paris and Cal Chapman. Sexual, fiery, dangerous and decadent…King… Read More

First Glimpse of… The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Greenwich Theatre

Production images have been released for Blackeyed Theatre’s new adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s story, heading to the Greenwich Theatre as part of its UK tour.  Doctor Henry Jekyll is a good man. Successful within his field and respected by his peers, he’s close to a neurological discovery that will change the face of medical science forever.… Read More

NEWS: World Premiere of Howerd’s End Announced

A new production celebrating the centenary of Frankie Howerd’s birth will run at the Greenwich Theatre from the 12th until 23rd September.  Written by Mark Farrelly and Quentin Crisp, Howerd’s End is a two handed drama which explores Howerd’s life and career through a series of flashbacks as his own unique brand of humour developed. But… Read More

Shows Opening: 20th – 26th February 2017

Here’s a guide to some of the best shows opening in London this week…  The Wild Party, The Other Palace: officially opening the newly named The Other Palace, Drew McOnie directs and choreographs this new production based on Joseph Moncure March’s poem. A glittering, blackly comic musical set against the backdrop of Manhattan decadence and 1920s… Read More