NEWS: Martin Shaw and Jenny Seagrove to Star in Love Letters

The production is set to open at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on the 3rd December. Bill Kenwright has announced that after the second lockdown comes to an end, the Theatre Royal Haymarket will present A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters for a limited run from the 3rd December. Directed by Roy Marsden, the production is set to… Read More

Review Round Up: The Exorcist, Phoenix Theatre

The classic horror film is brought to life on stage for the first time in this new production directed by Sean Mathias. But does it thrill and scare audiences as it should? Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… Carn’s Theatre Passion: **** “an hour and forty minutes of psychologically thrilling entertainment.” The Guardian:… Read More

First Look at… The Exorcist, Phoenix Theatre

Ahead of the show officially opening at the Phoenix Theatre tonight (31st October) production images have been released. Take a look…if you dare!  Based on William Peter Blatty’s terrifying novel and the hit 1973 film adaptation, The Exorcist will make its official  theatrical debut at the Phoenix Theatre tonight, preparing to scare and thrill audiences… Read More

NEWS: Ian McKellen to Feature in The Exorcist

It has been announced that Sir Ian McKellen will feature as the voice of the demon in the upcoming production of The Exorcist, which opens for previews at the Phoenix Theatre on the 20th October.  Based on William Peter Blatty’s iconic best-selling novel and the hit film, The Exorcist has been transformed for the stage for… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for West End Premiere of The Exorcist

Casting has been confirmed for the upcoming West End production of The Exorcist, running at the Phoenix Theatre from the 20th October.  Forty five years on since  William Peter Blatty’s novel was first published, The Exorcist will arrive at the Phoenix Theatre to terrify a whole new generation from October. Today, casting has been confirmed for… Read More

REVIEW: How the Other Half Loves, Duke of York’s Theatre

Sharp and comic timing is needed to really make this Alan Ayckbourn play really work – thankfully the cast keep things moving with great pace and energy.  Three couples. Three very different marriages and two disastrous dinner parties and a whole lot of suspicion and confusion should give you some indication of the fun to… Read More

Review Roundup… How the Other Half Loves @Theatre Royal Haymarket

Alan Ayckbourn’s tale of matrimonial mishaps is back in London for its first major West End revival. But what have the critics made of it?  The Stage:****Mark Shenton wrote: “Strachan directs with precision and his exemplary cast respond with perfect nuance and comic nous.” The Guardian: ****Michael Billington found that: “Theatrical snobs still patronise Alan… Read More