Tomorrow Creeps

Tomorrow Creeps is GOLEM! Theatre’s third production, following on from Macbeths and I Know You Of Old. This time they’re playing the Cavern space at the VAULT Festival for a very limited run – you might remember that I previewed the show back in December (and also featured the company in a piece about innovation within […]

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“Oh, for a muse of fire that would ascend the brightest heaven of invention!”

You might be forgiven for thinking that only certain Shakespeare plays are allowed to be produced in any given 12-month period – for example, last year I saw five different Twelfth Nights, and this year are at least three Macbeths already on my radar… Michelle Terry couldn’t really come up with anything out of the […]

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Tomorrow Creeps: preview

Next in line for GOLEM! Theatre, following Macbeths and this summer’s I Know You Of Old, will be a new play called Tomorrow Creeps. Its name is taken from one of Macbeth’s late soliloquies, and is written by company co-founder David Fairs – with a little help from a certain William Shakespeare! “The Fallen Tyrant […]

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I Know You Of Old

Following on from the success of Macbeths last year, GOLEM! Theatre return to the Hope with a reworked version of Shakespeare’s famous comedy Much Ado About Nothing. Company co-founder David Fairs once again has taken on creative duties, using only Shakespeare’s words but switched around to tell a slightly darker story. After facing humiliation at the hands […]

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