Monthly Archive: July 2015

Willemijn Verkaik To Perform Solo Concert at Ambassadors Theatre 0

Willemijn Verkaik To Perform Solo Concert at Ambassadors Theatre

The wonderful  Willemijn Verkaik has announced a solo concert next month and we’re very excited! Read on for more details…

RSC Announce Full Cast for Hecuba 0

RSC Announce Full Cast for Hecuba

Full casting is announced for the Swan Theatre production of Marina Carr’s new play based on the epic tale of Hecuba, directed by RSC Deputy Artistic Director Erica Whyman with Derbhle Crotty in the title...

RSC Announce Full Casting For Henry V 0

RSC Announce Full Casting For Henry V

It won’t shock any of our readers to hear we’re very excited about The RSC presenting Henry V as part of their winter season. Their Henry IV was a highlight of 2014 and both productions, alongside...

Richard II @ Shakespeare’s Globe 0

Richard II @ Shakespeare’s Globe

Richard II is one of Shakespeare’s great treats and, for this writer at least, contains some of his most beautiful writing as well as one of the more fascinating storylines in the canon. Somehow though,...

Mack & Mabel @ Chichester Festival Theatre 0

Mack & Mabel @ Chichester Festival Theatre

Mack & Mabel has long been known as a troublesome musical, various reasons have been given for why it has repeatedly failed to secure itself a spot as a permanent favourite of the theatregoing masses....

King Henry V @ Union Theatre 0

King Henry V @ Union Theatre

It has become painfully clear to me in recent years that while I’ve visited the majority of West End theatres, I’ve only really scratched at the surface of London’s ever-vibrant theatrical scene. One venue is...

Shrek @ The Mayflower, Southampton 0

Shrek @ The Mayflower, Southampton

Take a blockbuster movie, add a bunch of songs and some sparkly costumes and stick it on a stage… A tried and tested recipe for success and one that seems to be a guarantee of...

Measure For Measure @ Shakespeare’s Globe 0

Measure For Measure @ Shakespeare’s Globe

Measure For Measure is one of Shakespeare’s problematic plays, a comedy that can be difficult to come to terms with for modern audiences. The mix of bawdy banter and religious fervour is a heady one...