REVIEW: The Secret Love Life of Ophelia, Greenwich Theatre (Online)

Steven Berkoff’s play skilfully examines the innermost thoughts of Hamlet and Ophelia, offering real insight – but can come across as repetitive in places. Exploring the tragic relationship between Ophelia and Hamlet, The Secret Love Life of Ophelia is a powerful and passionate play that captures every element of it from romance to tragic ending… Read More

NEWS: Helen Mirren to Support Greenwich Theatre’s Online Premiere

The Greenwich Theatre has announced a new online premiere featuring an appearance from Helen Mirren. It has been announced that Greenwich Theatre patron and Oscar winning actress Helen Mirren will support the venue’s debut online production – a new version of Steven Berkoff’s The Secret Love Life of Ophelia – with a special guest appearance.… Read More

REVIEW: East, King’s Head Theatre

Steven Berkoff’s verse play is brought to life with plenty of grit and energy from all of the cast.  Even if you didn’t know who wrote this extraordinary play, it is easily recognised as a Steven Berkoff work with its poetic language as well as the chopping and changing of scenes that really makes the… Read More

NEWS: Steven Berkoff’s East to Open 2018 at King’s Head Theatre

It has been announced that Steven Berkoff’s East will play at the King’s Head Theatre from the 10th January 2018.  East catapults us into the rowdy youth of Mike and Les as they fight over Mike’s girl Sylv and become unexpected allies. Assaultive, riotously funny, and entirely unapologetic, we are lured into their tall-tales of… Read More

REVIEW: Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses, Trafalgar Studios

Steven Berkoff’s plays are curious examinations of one couple’s relationship from when they first met, then fast forwarding to twenty years later but strongly brought to life by Emily Bruni and Shaun Dooley’s performances.  There is no doubting that Nigel Harman’s production of these two quirky Steven Berkoff plays flow with ease, allowing the poetic… Read More

NEWS: Nigel Harman to Direct a Steven Berkoff Double Bill

Nigel Harman is to direct a double bill of Steven Berkoff one-act plays Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses at Trafalgar Studios  from Thursday 6 October – Saturday 5 November. Both Lunch (1983) and its sequel The Bow of Ulysses (2002), examines the relationship between a couple when they first meet and have, an abortive one-night-stand; and how… Read More

Coming Soon… Rise of the Foot Soldier 2

Audiences should prepare to get reintroduced to one of the most feared men in home entertainment Carlton Leech as he returns to Essex…  (Warning: trailer contains strong language – not suitable for children)  Rise of the Footsoldier 2 is released in cinemas  tomorrow (11th December), before being available on Blu-ray, DVD and on demand from… Read More