REVIEW: An Honourable Man, White Bear Theatre

Michael McManus attempts to deal with the thorny issues of Brexit and whether it is possible to stay honourable in the world of politics – but can come across as repetitive.  Given the level of cynicism towards British politics and politicians in general, it is easy to forget that these politicians are actually humans as… Read More

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NEWS: Cast Announced for The Gift of the Gab at the White Bear Theatre

Casting for the world premiere of Simon David Eden’s The Gift of the Gab has been confirmed ahead of the production’s run at the White Bear Theatre from the 15th May.  Directed by Simon David Eden, the world premiere is set to star: Ross Boatman, Madalina Bellariu,Michael Roberts, Charlie Allen, Ivanhoe Norona, Harold Addo and Lewis Bruniges. 1979. The bitter Winter… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… The Tailor-Made Man, White Bear Theatre

Rehearsal images have now been released for the upcoming production which plays at the theatre from the 7th November. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening so far…  William “Billy” Haines was a popular silent screen MGM movie star who was fired by Louis B Mayer because he was gay and refused to give… Read More

PREVIEW: Sheep, White Bear Theatre

David Cantor’s play directed by  Georgia Leanne Harris arrives at the theatre from the 18th July.  It’s been twenty-one nights since Dexy last slept. It could be down to his choice of pillow. Duck Down. It could be down the heating in his flat. Nonexistent. Or it could be the fact his girlfriend’s missing, the… Read More

NEWS: World Premiere of Paul Mason’s Divine Chaos of Starry Things to Play at White Bear Theatre

This world premiere production directed by Sasha McMurray will play at the White Bear Theatre from the 25th April until the 20th May.  Divine Chaos of Starry Things is the debut play written by journalist Paul Mason, exploring the defeat and exile of  Parisian women revolutionaries deported to the remote Pacific island of New Caledonia… Read More

NEWS: Production Images for Bunny at the White Bear Theatre Released

New images from the upcoming production Jack Thorne’s Bunny have been released as the play begins its run at the White Bear Theatre.  A summer of love.  A fight.  A car chase.  A siege.  When Katie’s boyfriend is attacked on the streets of Luton, she is propelled outside of her borders on to the frontier… Read More

In Rehearsals with… Bunny, White Bear Theatre

Images of the production in rehearsals have been released ahead of the show opening for previews at the White Bear Theatre on the 7th March.  The latest production to hit the stage at the White Bear Theatre is Fabricate theatre’s version of Jack Thorne’s Bunny, playing from the 7th to the 25th March. A summer… Read More

REVIEW: Don Quixote in Algiers, White Bear Theatre

Suspicion, stories and freedom are at the heart of Dermot Murphy’s play – but does it try too hard to keep the audience’s attention?  Zhora wants to escape the idea of an arranged marriage, while Miguel wants to escape being captive – but they have to try and work together to make it possible –… Read More

NEWS: Bunny by Jack Thorne to Open at the White Bear Theatre

Opening at the theatre from the 7th March, Jack Thorne’s play sees the world through the eyes of one young girl who is struggling to find her place in the modern world.  Multi-award winning playwright Jack Thorne’s play Bunny will play at the White Bear Theatre as part of the theatre’s 2017 season it has… Read More

NEWS: Orson Welles’ First Play to Premiere at White Bear Theatre

The White Bear Theatre is to present Brice Stratford’s world premiere production of Orson Welles first play, Bright Lucifer, from the 8th November until the 3rd December it has been announced.  Jack Flynn’s in movies – “creature features” – quite the celebrity so far as men in rubber masks go. Celebrity enough that when his wife… Read More