Hymn to Love

Hymn to Love

In a Manhattan hotel room, Edith Piaf rehearses for her last US concert. But for Piaf the hotel holds memories. Eight years earlier she had telephoned her lover, boxer Marcel Cerdan, begging him to overcome his fear of flying and leave France to be with her... 

The Play About My Dad

The Play About My Dad

According to its author, Loo Killebrew, The Play About My Dad “should feel quick-moving, and hopefully have a rhythm that is similar to the rhythm of a storm.” That hope is in vain as far as this Jermyn Street Theatre production is concerned... 

All Our Children

All Our Children

"I used to be scared of them.  They seemed so different.  They don’t scare me anymore.  They’re just children, aren’t they?  Just children... 

Women Redressed: Act II

Women Redressed: Act II

The second instalment this Spring of hit theatre festival, Women Redressed. This special edition proffers a two-programme event across four evenings, featuring a selection of new writing that confront some of the biggest issues facing women today. 

... and this is my friend Mr Laurel

... and this is my friend Mr Laurel

Fulfilling a long held desire to pay tribute to his hero Stan Laurel, Jeffrey Holland tells this intriguing, funny and often poignant tale of friendship, love and dedication about one of Hollywood’s great film comedians... 

Told Look YOUNGER

Told Look YOUNGER

Told Look Younger is a provocative, frank and insightful comedy by award-winning playwright Stephen Wyatt (The Divine Comedy, Gerontius, Vanity Fair, Memorials to the Missing, Radio 4) about sex, love, friendship, and growing old. 

Return of the Soldier

Return of the Soldier

Rebecca West was one of the supreme journalists and travel writers of the 20th century, caustic and sharp-eyed. Her novels have lasted less well, and The Return of the Soldier, her first, is widely regarded as rather clumsy and unfocused, a case of an ambitious reach exceeding grasp... 

Away From Home

Away From Home

Barker is waiting. They’ll come. They need what he knows. Tense, humorous, psychological drama by award-winning writer David Ian Neville - Fringe First: Exile - ‘writing of the highest order’ (Herald), ‘very moving’ (Observer), ‘magnificent’ (Scotsman)...