The Donmar Warehouse has been nominated for 13 Laurence Olivier Awards across four different productions, The Chalk Garden, Ivanov, Piaf, and Twelfth Night. Piaf, which transferred to the Vaudeville, secures five nominations (Best Musical Revival, Best Actress in a Musical, … Continued
Speak Bitterness will be webcast live, and will be performed by the six core-members of Forced Entertainment including Artistic Director, Tim Etchells
Director of The Rain Emperor, Judy Jacob talks about the background to the project and the musical legacy of her late father, Robert Jacob.
A bittersweet, fantastical, funny and soulful show, at once an affectionate homage to the musicals of the past, and an inspiring glimpse of what the musicals of the future, in an ideal world, might be.
When I spoke to director Mike Tweddle, in rehearsal for the world premiere of Timberlake Wertenbaker’s new version of Hippolytus, I started by asking what drew him to Euripides’ tale of jealous gods, domestic disharmony and destructive sexual obsession. ‘We … Continued
Incest is a theme that can't help but eclipse all others in its power to raise a reaction. This play is going to offend some people - and isn't that the litmus test for vital art?
How does theatre work in a virtual online environment such as Second Life? What can we learn from this virtual experience and carry over into ‘real world’ theatre practice, and vice-versa?
Loren Feldman is a New York video blogger, owner of the video production company 1938media. He is known by peers for his direct approach to controversial issues in the tech industry.
The Gate Theatre is thirty years old this year, and they've been involving their fans in the celebrations...Taking part in the exhibition engenders a strange feeling of connectedness.
The play does a great job putting the problems of today's multicultural London in perpsective, as each generation of immigrants eventually integrates into British life and then takes its turn oppressing the next.