Play by Candlelight: preview

Only a handful of this year’s summer season plays have made their way onto the Globe stage so far, but already Michelle Terry is looking indoors to her first winter season as artistic director. “Join us this winter as we explore stories from the past, the ghosts of then, and the storytellers from yesteryear, and […]

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BREAKING OUT: preview

This summer, The Bunker Theatre’s artistic director Joshua McTaggart is introducing a brand new initiative that focuses on ‘The Company’: BREAKING OUT. Over the course of four weeks, six emerging theatre companies (narrowed down from over 45 applications) will perform their latest work twice a week – from plays, to musicals, to interactive experiences, there […]

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Bat Out Of Hell: 2018 preview

Meat Loaf musical Bat Out Of Hell returns to London for a new West End run in a couple of weeks’ time, making a new home in the Dominion Theatre. Since premièring at the Manchester Opera House just over a year ago, the show has enjoyed stints at London’s Coliseum (where it extended its summer […]

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Happy Idiot: “Having that fine line between the comedy and drama all the time”

Lady Chatterley’s Lover is perhaps best known for being banned for obscenity in the UK (and several other countries), until Penguin successfully managed to publish it in the early 60s. D.H. Lawrence’s novel quickly sold millions of copies, and since then it has spawned various screen, stage and radio adaptations – including Happy Idiot‘s parody […]

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