Review Round Up: Rosmersholm, Duke of York’s Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this new adaptation of Ibsen’s play. Time Out: *** “This revival probably isn’t the revelation it needed to be to elevate this weird, haunting play into the crowded Ibsen first division.” The Stage: *** “for all the turbulent emotions on display, Ian Rickson’s production feels frustratingly… Read More

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First Look at…Rosmersholm, Duke of York’s Theatre

Production images have been released for Ian Rickson’s production, now playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre. Sonia Friedman Productions have released production images of the cast of Rosmersholm which began previews at the Duke of York’s Theatre on the 24th April. The cast for Ian Rickson’s production is led by Tom Burke (Strike, The Musketeers)… Read More

NEWS: First Image Released Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell in Ibsen’s Rosmersholm

Sonia Friedman productions has released the first image for the new adaptation of Rosmersholm, playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 24th April. The new photograph shot underwater is the first glimpse of Hayley Atwell and Tom Burke as Rebecca West and John Rosmer respectively in Duncan Macmillan’s new adaptation, set to be… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Announced for Rosmersholm

Further casting has been confirmed for Ian Rickson’s production playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 24th April. Joining the previously announced Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell in Duncan Macmillan’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s play will be: Giles Terera, who won an Olivier Award for his acclaimed performance in Hamilton (West End), Lucy Briers (Wolf… Read More

NEWS: Tom Burke and Hayley Atwell to Star in Rosmersholm

Ian Rickson will direct the new production at the Duke of York’s  Theatre from the 24th April.  Henrik Ibsen’s play examining a country in state of political flux has been newly adapted by Duncan MacMillan and is set to perform at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 24th April. As well as being directed by Ian Rickson (Jerusalem, The Birthday Party,Translations), the production is set to feature set and costumes… Read More

REVIEW: Don Carlos, Rose Theatre

The cast and director Gadi Roll provide plenty of pace and intensity to keep the audience thoroughly engaged – but was all the shouting really necessary?  Politics and a forbidden love lies at the centre of Friedrich Schiller’s darkly intensely play that is brought to life in Gadi Roll’s bleak but well performed production that… Read More

First Look at…Don Carlos

Production images have been released for  Gadi Roll’s revival of Friedrich Schiller’s Don Carlos, touring the UK now.  Don Carlos is torn apart when his tyrannical father King Philip II seals a peace deal by marrying French noble Elizabeth de Valois, the love of Carlos’ life. The heartbroken heir turns for help to his closest friend,… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…Don Carlos

Rehearsal images have been released for the Exeter Northcott, Nuffield Southampton Theatres and Rose Theatre Kingston co-production of Schiller’s Don Carlos. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening… Directed by Gadi Roll, this new revival of Schiller’s Don Carlos will visit Exeter Northcott Theatre (11th-20th October), NST City Southampton (23rd October- 3rd November) and the Rose Theatre Kingston (6th-17th… Read More

Review Round Up… The Deep Blue Sea, National Theatre

Terence Rattigan’s heartbreaking drama reunites director Carrie Cracknell and Helen McCrory – but is the quality of the production worthy of the collaboration?  The Guardian: **** Michael Billington summed up the production calling it: “an impassioned production by Carrie Cracknell that illuminates Rattigan’s psychological understanding and boasts a shining performance from Helen McCrory.” The Telegraph:… Read More

Review Roundup… Reasons to Be Happy, Hampstead Theatre

Neil LaBute’s new play arrives at the Hampstead Theatre – but do critics love it or loathe it?  The Guardian: *** Michael Billington said: “you feel LaBute is edging away from his usual bilious comic antagonism and more in the direction of TV’s Friends.” WhatsOnStage.com: *** Daisy Bowie-Sell commented: “a funny, coherent play about getting… Read More