NEWS: Martin Sherman’s Digital Drama Rose to be Shown on Sky Arts

The digital production is set to air on Sky Arts and Broadway HD to mark Holocaust Memorial Day on the 27th January. It has been confirmed that Martin Sherman’s play Rose, starring Olivier Award winner Maureen Lipman will be shown for free on Sky Arts onWednesday 27th January at 10pm. This news follows on from… Read More

REVIEW: We Need A Little Christmas (Online)

This festive themed concert certainly raises the spirits to help audiences get in the mood for Christmas – while raising money for charities Shelter and Crisis at Christmas. It’s been a tough old year for everybody – but thank goodness for this lovely Christmas concert filmed at the at The Actors’ Church in London’s Covent… Read More

NEWS: Maureen Lipman to Return to Digital Revival of Rose

Dame Maureen Lipman is set to return to the award-winning digital revival of Martin Sherman’s play following a previous successful online run. Created in collaboration with Hope Mill Theatre and produced by Thomas Hopkins & Michael Quinn for Ginger Quiff Media, Martin Sherman’s play will be streamed digitally from the 13th November until the 13th… Read More

First Look at… Rose

Images and trailer have been released, ahead of the digital revival of Martin Sherman’s play. Production images have been released ahead of the streaming of an online revival of Martin Sherman’s Rose between the 10th and 12th September. Created and filmed in association with the Hope Mill Theatre, the production will only be available to… Read More

NEWS: Maureen Lipman to Star in Digital Revival of Olivier-Nominated Rose

Award-winning stage and screen actress Maureen Lipman is set to star in the online revival of Martin Sherman’s play this September. This new production will be filmed and made available to download and stream online for three days only, in collaboration with the Hope Mill Theatre. Rose is a one woman show that offers a… Read More

REVIEW: Oklahoma!, National Theatre (1998)

Broadway HD streamed Trevor Nunn’s production for free this weekend. Given Trevor Nunn’s recent success with his exquisite production of Fiddler on the Roof , I was particularly curious to see how his 1998 production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! would match up. I was not disappointed. This lavish and lively production is wonderfully rustic… Read More

REVIEW: The Best Man, Playhouse Theatre

Gore Vidal’s insightful look into the American elections is sharply written – but does it reveal anything about the world of politics that we didn’t already know?  Has politics really changed over the years or has it, as this production of Gore Vidal’s 1960 play proves, just the names involved that have changed? Set against… Read More

REVIEW: The Knowledge, Charing Cross Theatre

Jack Rosenthal’s play celebrating the industry of the black cab and its drivers has its own charm about it but feels slight in plot.  Before Uber came along, black cabs were the key means of transport for Londoners to zoom around the capital – but when stepping into one of the taxis how many of… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for World Stage Premiere of The Knowledge

Casting for the production directed by Maureen Lipman has been confirmed ahead of it opening at the Charing Cross Theatre on the 4th September.  Based on the iconic 1979 TV film written by Jack Rosenthal, Maureen Lipman directs her late husband’s play adapted for the stage for the first time. The Knowledge follows the struggles of four… Read More

NEWS: Maureen Lipman to Direct World Stage Premiere of Jack Rosenthal’s The Knowledge

Maureen Lipman will bring her late husband’s 1979 TV film comedy to the Charing Cross Theatre stage from the 4th September.  The Knowledge follows the hilarious struggles of four Londoners as they attempt to better themselves by attempting the fearsome “Knowledge” – the process of becoming a London black cab taxi driver. Standing between them and… Read More