Interview With…Hannah Hauer-King

Emma Clarendon chatted to Damsel Productions artistic director about producing Damsel Outdoors. How did the concept for the festival come about? It was around April, when lockdown had very much established itself. Kitty (Damsel’s Executive Producer) and I were in frequent conversation about what could be a meaningful contribution from Damsel during these times. Was… Read More

NEWS: Damsel Productions Announce Damsel Outdoors

To help bring live theatre to audiences, Damsel Productions has announced Damsel Outdoors, a project that embraces theatre andperformance outside. This new project will bring together an all women and non-binary inclusive team of four writers, four directors, four designers and Damsel’s two producers, Hannah Hauer-King and Kitty Wordsworth to create short pieces for the… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for UK Premiere of The Green Fairy

The production will play at the Union Theatre from the 30th October. Lockwood Productions and Fools & Kings have confirmed full casting for the upcoming UK premiere of Jack Sain and Stephen Libby’s musical, playing at the Union Theatre for a limited season from the 30th October. Directed by Jack Sain, the production is set to star:… Read More

Review Round Up: The Funeral Director, Southwark Playhouse

Hannah Hauer-King directs Iman Qureshi’s play about  sexuality, gender and religion in 21st-century Britain. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…  The Guardian: **** “Hannah Hauer-King’s production is as swift and clean as the writing and the performances are all good.” The Stage: *** ” Hannah Hauer-King’s direction keeps things moving on Amy Jane Cook’s… Read More

Interview With…Hannah Hauer-King

The director spoke to Love London Love Culture about her upcoming production of Grotty, playing at the Bunker Theatre from the 1st May.  Hi Hannah, thanks for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you explain what Grotty is about? Grotty is a piece that explores the experiences and challenges faced by women in the East London lesbian community, including… Read More

Review Round Up… Fury, Soho Theatre

Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s new and modern interpretation of Medea has made its world premiere at the Soho Theatre. But according to critics is it worth a watch?  The Guardian: ***Lyn Gardner wrote: “Hannah Hauer-King’s slick production has plenty to grip and a rising tension – even if it fails to address holes in the script.” A… Read More

PREVIEW: Brute @Soho Theatre

After a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe festival last year, Izzy Tennyson’s Brute arrives in London from the 15th to the 19th March.  Izzy Tennyson’s play is based on the brutal true story of a twisted and horrible schoolgirl  Izzy Tennyson’s play is based on the true story of a twisted and horrible school… Read More