NEWS: Digital Production of Little Wars Extends Run

Due to popular demand, the digital revival of Steven Carl McCasland’s drama is now available to watch until the 3rd December. Directed by Hannah Chissick (Flashdance, UK & International tour; Pack of Lies, Menier Chocolate Factory), the revival brings together an all-female cast of British stage and screen legends, including Juliet Stevenson (Truly, Madly, Deeply;The… Read More

Review Round Up: Blindness, Donmar Warehouse

The Donmar Warehouse has opened its doors to present a socially distanced sound installation based on José Saramago’s novel. WhatsOnStage: **** “The adaptation cannot entirely escape the flaws of the novel; having had one brilliant idea Saramago it seems to me that he struggles to make enough of it. What is utterly transfixing, however, is… Read More

NEWS: Donmar Warehouse to Temporarily Reopen in August

The theatre has announced it reopen temporarily for socially distanced sound installation. The Donmar Warehouse has announced that it will be open its doors temporarily  for a socially distanced sound installation titled Blindness based on José Saramago’s novel, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Walter Meierjohann. As the lights change at a major crossroads… Read More

NEWS: Brad Shaw Launches Wonderland Challenge

The voice artist today announced the Wonderland Challenge in which 65 actors and voice artists have come together to record Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. With each performer reading one minute of the novel, this newly announced challenge will help to raise money for the NHS, with over £3000 of the £10,000 target raised so far. In… Read More

NEWS: West End Run of The Doctor Postponed

The West End transfer of Robert Icke’s production was supposed to have opened for previews at the Duke of York’s Theatre on the 20th April. It has been confirmed that due to Covid-19 theatre closures, the West End run of Robert Icke’s  Almeida Theatre production has now been postponed until 2021. While dates for the… Read More

NEWS: Robert Icke’s Production of The Doctor to Transfer to the West End

The production will play at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 20th April, following a successful run at the Almeida Theatre. It has been confirmed that Robert Icke’s production, which is freely adapted from Professor Bernhardi by Arthur Schnitzler, will transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre next year following its critically acclaimed run at the Almeida… Read More

Review Round Up: The Doctor, Almeida Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Robert Icke’s final production as associate director at the Almeida Theatre. WhatsOnStage: ***** “It’s an astonishing, gripping evening – and a testimony to Icke’s unparalleled ability to make theatre that you can’t turn away from.” The Guardian: ***** “Juliet Stevenson delivers one of the peak performances… Read More

Review Round Up: Mary Stuart, Duke of York’s Theatre

Robert Icke’s production takes up residence at the Duke of York’s Theatre, following on from another Almeida Theatre production Ink. Here’s what critics made of the West End transfer.  The Telegraph: **** “can’t help now applauding the boldness inherent in bringing this intellectually heavyweight evening to a wider audience. It also looks, sounds and feels… Read More

PREVIEW: Mary Stuart, Duke of York’s Theatre

It has been announced that Robert Icke’s production will transfer to the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 13th January 2018.  Having enjoyed a successful run at the Almeida Theatre in 2016, Robert Icke’s production will now transfer to the West End and will see Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams reprising their roles as Elizabeth I and… Read More

Review Round Up: Mary Stuart, Almeida Theatre

Discover what critics have been saying about Robert Icke’s production starring  Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams…  The Independent: **** “Icke’s version glints with contemporary parallels (to Brexit, among other things, as when Elizabeth chafes at following the will of a public which she despises) without overdoing it or warping the play.” British Theatre.com: ***** “This production brings… Read More