Once upon a time, there lived a sultan who was tormented in his dreams by visions of a little girl who was travelling through time. This is his story, incredible but true.
I am a drug addict and an alcoholic. Theatre saved my life.
Ines Gennuso, showcases a selection of images taken over a one year period, photographing stage sets prior to performance.
If you haven’t been to the Little Angel, then get it sorted. Seriously. It’s one of the few theatres in London where I can’t remember ever being disappointed by a show.
David Lan took on the enormous feat of raising £12.45m from 2002 onwards for the regeneration of the Young Vic theatre.
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
Is it really possible to make a living and a lifestyle out of loving theatre?
Complicité’s new endeavour, Shun-kin, is a tale of love, obsession, devotion, and selflessness – one that will stay with me for a long time.
Understanding the ‘subtext’ of a play is to grapple with the tacit language of metaphor, understatement, pause and silence.
What does it take for a film to leave an indelible mark on our memory?