REVIEW: Ken, Bunker Theatre

This warm-hearted tribute to Ken Campbell offers a good dose of nostalgia for those who remember his work – but can feel slightly self-indulgent towards the end.  There is no denying that this lively play by Terry Johnson successfully captures Ken Campbell’s quirky character and determination to create a new and exciting form of theatre.… Read More

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REVIEW: Insignificance, Arcola Theatre

Terry Johnson’s play imagines what would happen if a professor, an actress, a ball player and a senator all met in a hotel room…  Creating an imaginary meeting between four familiar characters (even though they aren’t precisely named…), Terry Johnson’s play is a bit of a puzzler as it explores the science behind relativity, the… Read More

Review Round Up: Prism, Hampstead Theatre

Robert Lindsay stars in Terry Johnson’s new play based on the life of cinematic master Jack Cardiff. Discover what critics have been saying about it with Love London Love Culture’s round up of the reviews:  Legendary cinematographer Jack Cardiff has retired to the sleepy village of Denham, Buckinghamshire. His days of hard work – and play… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Revival of Terry Johnson’s Insignificance

Casting for the first London revival of Insignificance in 20 years has been announced ahead of the play’s run at the Arcola Theatre from the 18th October.  David Mercateli directs this new London revival of Terry Johnson’s play, which examines the challenges of being known, and of knowing yourself. Insignificance centres on an imagined meeting… Read More

NEWS: Hampstead Theatre Announces New Season

The north London theatre has confirmed details of its upcoming season, which will productions of Prism, The Slaves of Solitude and Cell Mates.  The first production in the new season will see Robert Lindsay star in Terry Johnson’s play Prism based on the life of double Oscar-winning cinematic master Jack Cardiff. It will be directed by Terry Johnson,… Read More

REVIEW: Dead Funny, Vaudeville Theatre

Terry Johnson’s play has its funny moments but can tend to feel as though it isn’t sure whether it is a comedy or a tragedy.  The 1994 play is a comedy which pinpoints the moment when one couple realise that their marriage is at an end because their needs and wants are completely different, yet… Read More

Review Round Up: The Libertine, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Dominic Cooper is making his West End debut in Terry Johnson’s production of The Libertine. But what have critics thought of it?  The Guardian: **** “The play may be too lewd for prudes, but it offers an invigorating, warts-and-all portrait of a self-destructive sceptic.” British Theatre.com: ***”The Libertine is an enjoyable, but rather unfulfilling play.”… Read More

REVIEW: The Libertine, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Dark, seductive and thrilling are just three words to describe Dominic Cooper’s performance in Terry Johnson’s production of Stephen Jeffrey’s biographical account of the life of John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester.  If you have heard the title The Libertine, then most likely you will associate it with the Johnny Depp film, released in 2004… Read More

NEWS: Production Images of The Libertine Released

Terry Johnson’s production of The Libertine will arrive in London at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 22nd September, following a run at the Theatre Royal Bath.  Starring Dominic Cooper as the Earl of Rochester, The Libertine is Stephen Jeffrey’s masterpiece about the 17th century rake and is brought to life again in Olivier and Tony… Read More

NEWS: Rehearsal Images Released for The Libertine

New images have been released today (16th August) of the cast and creative team for The Libertine starring Dominic Cooper.  Directed by Olivier and Tony Award-winning Terry Johnson, Stephen Jeffreys’ sexually charged masterpiece will appear at the Theatre Royal Bath from the 31st August until the 17th September, before heading to the Theatre Royal Haymarket from… Read More