Madness, mayhem, yellow stockings and binge drinking have all descended on the Tricycle theatre with Filter’s surreal take on Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s comedy of mistaken identity and cross-dressing.
Set against the Belle Époque of Paris, the all-singing, all-dancing musical Gigi is perfectly designed for the magical space that is the Open Air theatre. With the Oscar-winning Chaim Topol starring as Honore...
It seems in these days of recession anxiety, even Shakespeare was influenced by the credit crunch, as the Globe stages one of his lesser performed plays, Timon Of Athens. Charlotte Marshall was in the first night audience.
It is easy to forget what women went through to achieve the vote. From the moment Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s play opens with footage of Emily Wilding Davison throwing herself under the hooves of the King’s horse at the 1913 Epsom Derby, we are reminded.
Katie Mitchell is a director famous for dividing opinion with her controversial adaptations of classic literature. Her latest production, the film and stage hybrid ...Some Trace Of Her, is no exception.
Has there ever been a more timely piece of programming than transferring Gone Too Far!, the Royal Court’s Laurence Olivier Award-winning hit from 2007’s Upstairs season, to the theatre’s larger Downstairs theatre?