REVIEW: Vincent River, Trafalgar Studios

Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy deliver dynamic performances in this sharply directed production of Philip Ridley’s play. It is has been a long time since a production of this scale has profoundly affected me in the way that Vincent River left me: emotionally drained and wondering whether both characters were able to move on from… Read More

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NEWS: Philip Ridley’s Vincent River to Play at the Trafalgar Studios

It has been confirmed that Robert Chevara’s production will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 16th May. Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy will also be reprising their roles in  Robert Chevara’s acclaimed production of Philip Ridley’s play, which is transferring to the Trafalgar Studios following a successful run at the Park Theatre last year.… Read More

REVIEW: Angry, Southwark Playhouse

Philip Ridley’s six very different monologues allow for powerful performances from Georgie Henley and Tyrone Huntley – but don’t seem to sit well beside each other.  By turns, each of Philip Ridley’s six monologues put together here are angry, passionate and ultimately heart wrenching in terms of the range of subjects they cover, wrapped in… Read More

NEWS: Louise Jameson to Star in Philip Ridley’s Vincent River

It has been announced that Louise Jameson will star in Vincent River at the Park Theatre from the 20th March.  Having premiered at the Hampstead Theatre in 2001, Philip Ridley’s play examining hate crime will return to London in March to play a limited run at the Park Theatre. Directed by Robert Chevara, the production is… Read More

PREVIEW: Angry, Southwark Playhouse

The Southwark Playhouse will present the world premiere of Philip Ridley’s five gender-neutral monologues from the 14th February.  A spaceship hurtles towards a black hole. A book-loving couple flee a burning city. A bloodshot eye conjures up kisses and wild animals. The world premiere of Philip Ridley’s Angry is a menacing, magical, and darkly comedic collection of stories… Read More

PREVIEW: Dark Vanilla Jungle, Theatre N16

Philip Ridley’s dark monologue arrives at Theatre N16 from the 21st March until the 31st March.  Andrea keeps getting asked if she’s ashamed. Ashamed of what she did to the soldier. Of what she did to the baby. But Andrea’s not ashamed at all. And she wants to tell you why…  Presented by Second Sons… Read More

PREVIEW: Karagula @Secret Location…

It’s been announced that the world premiere of Philip Ridley’s Karagula is to take place in a secret location from the 10th June to the 9th July.  On a beautiful spring evening – when both moons are full – two teenagers vow eternal love. It is a moment that will have cataclysmic consequences. Not just… Read More