Review Round Up: Noises Off, Garrick Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the West End transfer of Jeremy Herrin’s production. **** “It’s unashamedly slapstick, mired in crummy 80s mores, there’s no learning moment, and you won’t leave the theatre a better person.But you might just feel better about the impending end of the world.” The Times: ****… Read More


First Look at…Noises Off, Garrick Theatre

Production images have been released for the West End transfer of Jeremy Herrin’s production of Michael Frayn’s classic comedy, officially opening at the Garrick Theatre this evening. Michael Frayn’s backstage comedy Noises Off officially returns to the West End this evening, following a successful run earlier this year at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. Booking until… Read More

PREVIEW: Noises Off, Garrick Theatre

The cast for the upcoming West End transfer of Jeremy Herrin’s production of Noises Off are now in rehearsals. Here’s what you need to know about the show… Following a successful run at the Lyric Hammersmith earlier this year, Jeremy Herrin’s production of Michael Frayn’s classic comedy is transferring to the Garrick Theatre for a… Read More

NEWS: Noises Off to Play in the West End

Jeremy Herrin’s production will transfer to the Garrick Theatre from the 27th September. Playing at the Lyric Hammersmith until the 27th July, it has been confirmed that Jeremy Herrin’s production of Michael Frayn’s classic comedy will transfer to the Garrick Theatre this September. With technical brilliance and split-second timing, it takes us behind the scenes… Read More

Review Round Up: Noises Off, Lyric Hammersmith

Jeremy Herrin directs this revival of Michael Frayn’s comedy at the Lyric Hammersmith. Here’s what the critics have been saying about it… WhatsOnStage: ***** “Herrin and choreographer Joyce Henderson orchestrate the almost-silent chaos of the second act in particular with astonishing grace, and bring the entire thing to a glorious, desperate close.” The Telegraph: ***… Read More

NEWS: Young Vic Announces New shows from Award-Winning Emerging Directors

Lucy J Skilbeck and Nancy Medina both won the Genesis Future Directors Awards for 2017 and will direct three plays between them, to be shown at the Young Vic.  From March 22nd to the 1st April 2017, The Clare will be presenting Lucy J Skilbeck’s productions of two one-act comedic shorts The Bear and The Proposal. The plays written by Anton Chekhov and… Read More

NEWS: Hampstead Theatre Announces Casting for Wild Honey

Running at the theatre from the 2nd December until the 14th January 2017, Michael Frayn’s Wild Honey will be directed by Hampstead’s Associate Artist Howard Davies.  Based on Chekhov’s untitled early play, Michael Frayn’s comedy of errors is a tale of 19th century Russia, filled with misunderstandings, desires and nostalgia for a rapidly disappearing world. The production… Read More