REVIEW: Honour, Park Theatre

While the strength of the cast’s performances make this a compelling play to watch, the audience is still left waiting for something explosive to happen.  Having originally premiered at the National Theatre back in 2003, Joanna Murray -Smith’s play is back in London in a more intimate theatre that makes the audience really feel everything… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Honour at the Park Theatre

Casting for the revival of Joanna Murray-Smith’s play has been confirmed.  Playing at the Park Theatre from the 25th October, the cast for Paul Robinson’s production is set to include Henry Goodman, Imogen Stubbs and Katie Brayben.  For Honour and George, the arrival of the self-assured Claudia threatens to wreck a 32-year marriage. But as the power balance starts to shift,… Read More

Review Round Up…. My Mother Said I Never Should @St James Theatre

Maureen Lipman and Katie Brayben star in Charlotte Keatley’s play about the relationships between mothers and daughters opened at St James Theatre last night – but what has the reaction been?  The Guardian: ***Michael Billington thought that: “in Paul Robinson’s impeccable revival, it strikes me as warm, witty and well structured, but also wordy.” The… Read More

REVIEW: Land of Our Fathers, Found 111

This gripping and moving play by Chris Urch is filled with anger, secrets and how to cope in a life or death situation.  Stepping into the unique venue of Found111, the audience is automatically transferred into the gloomy depths of a Welsh mine, the place where secrets and confrontations are made during the production. The… Read More

Theatre503’s Artistic Director Paul Robinson is Moving On

After a decade of hard work at Theatre503, its Artistic Director Paul Robinson is leaving the post to become the Artistic Director of The Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough in June.  Talking about his time at the theatre Paul Robinson said: “Theatre503 has been my home for the last ten years and I have enjoyed every… Read More