NEWS: Tamzin Outhwaite Replaces Janie Dee in The Haunting of Alice Bowles

It has been announced that Janie Dee has had to withdraw from Original Theatre Company’s production based on M.R. James’s short ghost story. Tamzin Outhwaite is set to star as the titular character in this supernatural thriller by Philip Franks, adapted for the first time from the M.R. James chilling short ghost story, The Experiment. This… Read More

NEWS: Jamie Lloyd Company Announces Full Casting for The Seagull

The production is the second in the company’s year long season at the Playhouse Theatre . Full casting has been confirmed for Jamie Lloyd’s upcoming production of The Seagull which begins performances at the Playhouse Theatre from the 11th March. Joining the previously announced Emilia Clarke will be: Danny Ashok (Medvedenko), Robert Glenister (Sorin), Tom Rhys Harries (Trigorin), Daniel Monks (Konstantin), Tamzin Outhwaite (Polina), Patrick… Read More

NEWS: Casting Change Announced for Stepping Out

Tamzin Outhwaite has been forced to temporarily withdraw from the production following a stress fracture on her foot.  Now in previews at the Vaudeville Theatre, Stepping Out was set to star Tamzin Outhwaite as Mavis but the actress has had to pull out due to injury. She will be replaced temporarily  by  Anna-Jane Casey, who… Read More

NEWS: Stepping Out Taps Way to West End in 2017

Appearing at the Vaudeville Theatre from 1st March 2017, Richard Harris’s comedy Stepping Out will make its return in a new production directed by Maria Friedman.  Amanda Holden, Angela Griffin, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tamzin Outhwaite and Nicola Stephenson will star in the new staging of the award winning comedy, which will visit Theatre Royal Bath, Richmond Theatre, Cambridge… Read More

Review Roundup… How the Other Half Loves @Theatre Royal Haymarket

Alan Ayckbourn’s tale of matrimonial mishaps is back in London for its first major West End revival. But what have the critics made of it?  The Stage:****Mark Shenton wrote: “Strachan directs with precision and his exemplary cast respond with perfect nuance and comic nous.” The Guardian: ****Michael Billington found that: “Theatrical snobs still patronise Alan… Read More