After weeks of testing and fine-tuning I’m pleased to announce that this site is finally ready for its official launch! So it is with great pride and pleasure that I give you London Theatre Blog, a blog devoted to the … Continued
Amazon Kindle is by no means a substitute for the printed novel, but its support of online content, including blogs and online newspapers, makes it an exciting reading medium for the tech savvy generation.
London Theatre Blog has teamed up with Uk Tickets to offer readers of this blog the chance to win two tickets to a West End show of their choice.
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
My Name is Rachel Corrie is currently in a new production in Sydney, Australia (read the review here). The play was co-written by Alan Rickman and Katherine Viner based on material from Rachel Corrie’s diary.
Interesting article on Performance Prompt by Russian-based documentary film maker, Michael Craig, discussing Meyerhold’s Biomechanics and the making of a documentary. The article includes some fascinating photos from the project and a 10 minute video excerpt from the film. Check … Continued
The number of open public archives appearing on the Web of late is astounding. Here is another notable entry developed by the University of Oxford called The Great War Archive. The aim of the site is to collect material related … Continued
We’ve entered an era of free and open information on the web, partly due to current revenue models and user trends but partly because the old institutions of knowledge cannot survive offline.
“Nearly 200 arts organisations, including 37 theatre companies, have been told they are to lose all revenue funding from Arts Council England, in the bloodiest cull in ACE’s 61-year history.” This petition is directed at the ACE in protest at … Continued
Outside Edge Theatre Company will be presenting pilot performances of Burning Maps – a journey which takes us across time and continents and, through the stories of its people, examines the very roots of drug addiction, and exposes its tragic … Continued