NEWS: Further Casting Announced for Uncle Vanya

The production will play at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 14th January 2020. Further casting has been confirmed for Ian Rickson’s upcoming production of Anton Chekov’s Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre from January. Joining the previously announced Richard Armitage and Toby Jones in the production will be: Rosalind Eleazar (The Personal History of… Read More

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NEWS: Toby Jones and Richard Armitage to Star in Uncle Vanya

The production will run at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 14th January 2020. It has been announced today that Ian Rickson is set to direct Conor McPherson’s adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 14th January 2020. Tickets go on general sale from Monday 30th September with priority… Read More

Review Round Up: Journey’s End

This new film based on R.C. Sherriff’s play, stars Paul Bettany and Toby Jones. Here’s what critics have been saying about it…  The Guardian: **** “The first world war is one of the 20th century’s oldest, grimmest tales of futility and slaughter. Dibb and his excellent cast put new passion into it.” The Independent: ****… Read More

Review Round Up: The Birthday Party, Harold Pinter Theatre

Harold Pinter’s play is now officially open at the Harold Pinter Theatre, starring Toby Jones, Zoë Wanamaker, Stephen Mangan and Pearl Mackie. Here is what critics thought… The Guardian: **** ” a production that does rich justice to this strange, elusive play, and it is packed with illuminating detail.” The Stage: **** “Rickson’s production is one of… Read More

PREVIEW: The Birthday Party, Harold Pinter Theatre

It has been announced that Toby Jones, Stephen Mangan and Zoë Wanamaker will star in Ian Rickson’s production of Harold Pinter’s play opening at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 9th January.  Stanley Webber (Toby Jones) is the only lodger at Meg (Zoë Wanamaker) and Petey Boles’ sleepy seaside boarding house. The unsettling arrival of enigmatic… Read More

Review Round Up…Dad’s Army

The BBC comedy classic transfers to the big screen -but does it work as well as the original television series?  Variety.com: Catherine Bray wrote: “Amiable to a fault, with gags both broad and gentle, Oliver Parker’s pic prompts sporadic chuckles rather than guffaws.” The Guardian: ** Peter Bradshaw felt that: ” it’s hard to escape the… Read More