NEWS: Digital Production of The Picture of Dorian Gray Extends Run

Tamara Harvey’s production will now be available to watch for an additional two weeks until the 17th April. It has been announced today that due to popular demand, this modern take on Oscar Wilde’s story will now be streaming into April, adding two weeks onto its initial run. Theatr Clwyd’s Artistic Director Tamara Harvey directs Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation… Read More

REVIEW: The Picture of Dorian Gray (Online)

This striking and edgy version of Oscar Wilde’s story acts as a powerful warning about depending too much on social media. Chilling and atmospheric, Henry Filloux-Bennett’s adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s story gives it a whole new meaning in this contemporary version that focuses on the obsession of being perfect through social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter,… Read More

First Look at…The Picture of Dorian Gray

The production will be available to stream digitally from the 16th to the 31st March. Production images for the upcoming digital production of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray have been released, ahead of the production beginning streamed performances from the 16th March. This new contemporary take on the story has been written by… Read More

NEWS: Fionn Whitehead to Star in Digital Production of The Picture of Dorian Gray

The production, based on Oscar Wilde’s novel will be streamed from the 16th to the 31st March. It has been announced that Fionn Whitehead, star of Dunkirk and Black Mirror: Bandersnatch will be taking on the title role in this new digital production of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The Barn Theatre in Cirencester, the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield and the New… Read More

REVIEW: What A Carve Up!, Barn Theatre (Online)

What starts as a simple Who Dunnit mystery transforms into a complex and fascinating insight into a family’s deepest and darkest secrets. Based on Jonathan Coe’s novel, What a Carve Up! doesn’t feel like a traditional murder mystery – thanks to Henry Filloux-Bennett’s deeply fascinating and engaging adaptation which keeps the audience guessing right to… Read More

REVIEW: From Here to Eternity, Shaftesbury Theatre (2013-2014)

This musical which made its world premiere in the West End in 2013 deserved a much longer run than it received. Based on the novel by James Jones as opposed to the film, this powerful and raw musical featuring music by Stuart Brayson and lyrics by Tim Rice offers a gritty insight into military life… Read More

Review Round Up: Orpheus Descending, Menier Chocolate Factory

The Menier Chocolate Factory and Theatr Clwyd co-production has officially opened in London. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews….   Broadway World: ** “Harvey centres the thematic line on racism, bigotry, and intolerance, inadvertently (one assumes) toning down Williams’ passionate and galvanised energy with an experimental vibe that shuffles real life and fiction.” WhatsOnStage: **** “Harvey is… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for West End Run of Home,I’m Darling

The full West End cast for Tamara Harvey’s production has been confirmed.  Playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 26th January, the West End cast joining Katherine Parkinson as Judy is set to include: Sara Gregory as Alex and Richard Harrington as Johnny with Charlie Allen, Susan Brown (Sylvia), Ellie Burrow, Siubhan Harrison (Fran), Jane MacFarlane and Hywel Morgan (Marcus) completing the cast.… Read More

Review Round Up: Home, I’m Darling, National Theatre

Tamara Harvey’s production arrives at the National Theatre following a run at the Theatre Clwyd. Here’s what the critics are making of its London run… Ham & High: **** “While Parkinson on comic form delivering dry observation about the absurdity of modern mores, Wade neatly skewers the artifice of Judy’s 50s fantasy and the kind of… Read More

NEWS: Casting confirmed for the World Premiere of Elinor Cook’s Pilgrams

The cast for the world premiere production of Elinor Cook’s new play Pilgrims has been confirmed ahead of its run at the Hightide festival (8 – 17 September).  This brand new production, which will also visit the Yard Theatre in London (20th September-15th October) and Theatre Clwyd (18th-29th October), will be directed by Tamara Harvey. Elinor Cook’s new… Read More