REVIEW: When the Crows Visit, Kiln Theatre

Anupama Chandrasekhar’s chilling play examines what happens when a cycle of violence and those who stand by and watch it happen is passed down through the generations. Taking a chillingly dark look at what toxic masculinity can look like at its very worst, with some inspiration perhaps drawn from the horrific story of the 2012… Read More


Review Round Up: Wife, Kiln Theatre

Discover what critics made of Indhu Rubasingham’s production playing until the 6th July. The Times: ** “this curious beast in which Ibsen’s Nora is used as a way of examining unsatisfactory marriages, gay and straight, over the period of decades. Adamson uses Nora almost as a lure, dangled before us, making us want to keep… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…Wife, Kiln Theatre

Rehearsal images have been released for Indhu Rubasingham’s production. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening… Directed by Kiln Theatre’s Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham, Samuel Adamson’s play uses Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House as the basis for his play Wife to explore the institution of marriage from 1959 over the course of ninety years… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast Announced for Wife at the Kiln Theatre

Full casting has been confirmed for Indhu Rubasingham’s production, playing at the Kiln Theatre from the 30th May. Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham has announced casting for her production of Samuel Adamson’s Wife set to play at the Kiln Theatre from the 30th May until the 6th July. Rubasingham is set to direct Richard Cant (Peter/Ivar at… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…White Teeth

Rehearsals have begun for Kiln Theatre’s next production White Teeth which opens for previews at the theatre from the 26th October. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening…  Rosie Jones, the Iqbal twins, their parents, their grandparents, Mad Mary and an avalanche of other characters who make up the everyday chaos of Kilburn High… Read More

Review Round Up: The Great Wave, National Theatre

Francis Turnly’s new play is directed by Indhu Rubasingham and is currently playing at the National Theatre’s Dorfman Theatre. Here is what critics have been saying about it… On a Japanese beach, teenage sisters Hanako and Reiko are caught up in a storm. Reiko survives while Hanako is lost to the sea. Their mother, however,… Read More

Review Round Up: Ugly Lies the Bone, National Theatre

The National Theatre is currently presenting Lindsey Ferrentino’s new play directed by Indhu Rubasingham. But what have critics been making of it?  The Independent: **** “it’s the quality of the writing that earns Ugly Lies the Bone this happy opportunity to be seen by a wider public.” The Stage: *** “As a vehicle for showcasing VR… Read More

Review Round Up… The Invisible Hand @Tricycle Theatre

American banker Nick Bright knows that his freedom comes at a price. Confined to a cell within the depths of rural Pakistan, every second counts. Who will decide his fate? His captors, or the whims of the market? Indhu Rubasingham directs Ayad Akhtar’s political play – but what have critics made of it?  The Guardian: *** Michael… Read More