Lauren Fox, a New York native, makes her London debut at the Crazy Coqs of Brasserie Zedel.
Best of Friends’
writer and producer Nick Fogarty has proved his dedication and great stamina to
this musical project.
The Huntley Street Theatre Company presents Laqueum, a new theatrical performance set in a female prison, which explores isolation and entrapment.
In the cosy cabaret setting of The Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel, Stefan Bednarczyk brings to life songs and verses by the legendary Noel Coward.
For the run of In Extremis, penned by Complicité member Neil Bartlett, Kean Productions has decided to work with two different casts.
I liked Eyes Down For A Full Murray but the setting could have been more fortunate for Susan.
Family gatherings are always a great setting for drama but Festen, David Eldridge’s theatrical adaptation of the original Danish film, is an example of dramatic excellence.
Pericles Snowdon’s title refers to an old English saying: Once upon a time it was improper to refer to one’s elder with just the third person singular.
The heart and the themes of Pot Noodles & Knickers are in the right place: it is a story about friendship, about self-worth… Yet I missed the build up of a story arch, which made…
Eric Comstock and Barbara Fasano are an adorable husband and duo, a pair of very talented musicians who have flown from New York to perform Helluva Town, their Ipod shuffle soundt…
When Look Back in Anger by John Osborne was first performed it sparked outrage.
The Krumple is an international theatre company by graduates of Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq.
Future Perfect is a writers’ collective that in several formations organise readings of their own work.
the studio of St James’ Theatre, Face to Face presents Tristram Shandy –
Conception, Cock and Bull – adapted and performed by Stephen Oxley.
AM Production’s very satisfying version of Cross Purpose or ‘Le Malentendu’ by Nobel Laureate Albert Camus shows us entertainment doesn’t always have to be light laughs.
Callum and Diana work in Educational Children’s theatre.
The roaring twenties seem to be a fashionable era to reflect on these days and after Great Gatsby the musical, Ruby in the Dust presents Hutch.
Cambridge Touring Theatre’s Alice the Musical is a great example of children’s fringe theatre, with simple set designs embellished by the high enthusiasm of the actors.
For the first time in 30 years Tenessee Williams’ autobiographical play Vieux Carre is revived in The Kings Head Theatre.
Will Howells is a stand-up on a mission.
The 8th Wave opens strong: two men on stage, the younger one tied to a chair, the older one eating.
1215 playwright Andrew Taylor, co-writer of West End musical Toxic Bankers, decided to go solo and created The Rules of the Game.
How do you review a performance that hasn’t ended yet? In fact, as I am typing this, the 50-hour Improvathon isn’t even halfway through.
Arna Spek is Dutch and is attempting to blend in with the English now she has moved to London.
It is not the most cheery title but black comedy The Suicide by Nikolai Erdman has plenty of laughs as well as a serious underlying message.
Based on the 1916 novel of the first female Pulitzer Prize winner, Edith Wharton, Summer brings us to the remote village of North Dormer in the US.
Jacob Banigan is a Canadian who works with Theater Im Bahnhof and English Lovers in Austria, but on the Park Theatre stage Banigan performed his one man show Game of Death.
The Cabaret of Pottiness is usually a monthly event but has sprung itself on Camden for three nights, in honour of the Fringe festival.
Loretta Maine is a mess.
Before the TV-series Borgen, there was another popular Danish export: Victor Borge.
The Factory Theatre presented The Odyssey as part of the London Jam at the Park Theatre.
It seems that every band has two careers these days: once in their hayday and a second time during a reunion a decade or so later.
Theatre Delicatessen and The Lab Collective have teamed up to create the Pinstripe Trilogy in the abandoned BBC building in Marylebone.
In the week that a new date for the film version of F.
This week Park Theatre in Finsbury is hosting The London Jam, a festival celebrating improvisation talent.
Four by Four is in fact, two by two: four plays have been paired up and alternated on the four days they are scheduled.
Through the ages war has often been defined by physical conflict and soldiers on the battlefield, however the true impact is of course far more encompassing.
Mr Barrie has a way with mysterious islands.
Spymonkey are a physical comedy theatre group that mix clowning, a hint of naughty Monty Python and just plain old slapstick to great effect.
On paper, Taragona Theatre’s Chrysalis should not work: a physical theatre piece in black box of the Etcetera theatre above a pub, exploring women’s path in life.
Christmas: like the proverbial row of tents, there was never a holiday more camp.
The stag night: one of the last remaining bastions of masculinity.
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