These are posts tagged as 'Theatre'
20 May 2023
DISMISSED part of our society
Racism, classism, the strict concept of masculinity, a knife epidemic and an unsupportive education system. Ashley knows that as a teacher, she is the only one who can help these young boys navigate their way through society.
16 May 2023
Lost, Anxious, In your Twenties?
Your twenties are such an odd time, full of high expectations and confusion. You feel like you should have it all figured out, but you don’t. Anya tells stories from her twenties that are relatable and funny in this piece of spoken word theatre!
12 May 2023
Wish You Were Dead: Highly entertaining. I loved it.
Devoted yet officially “off-duty” detective Roy Grace played by Casualty star George Rainsford, dredges up deadly secrets and doggedly pursues justice but at what price, when the past crawls back to haunt him in this lively production.
28 April 2023
It’s a Motherf**king Pleasure: to call the whole society out
There is no debate when it comes to the fact that ableist people are the worst. But how much better are those of us 'allies' who are terrified of doing something wrong that could get us 'cancelled'? This is a play about ableism AND able anxiety.
23 April 2023
Review: Toska at The Hope Theatre, London
Toska tells the true story of Russia’s Khachaturyan sisters, who after many years of abuse, killed their own father. Presented by Sortsol Theatre Company, this urgent piece of physical theatre is at The Hope Theatre, London until 29th April 2023.
21 April 2023
The Meaning of Zong: Turning the Dark Pages of History
The Zong Massacre and the slave trade are some of the darkest pages of human history. The Meaning of Zong is a powerful and lyrical retelling of history with well-placed light-touch humour that teaches about the past and encourages a better future.
3 May 2023 – 27 May 2023
Rhiannon Faith's gritty dance-theatre show DROWNTOWN tour extends into May 2023
Gritty, uncompromising and dark new dance-theatre from bold and brave choreographer Rhiannon Faith. Autobiographical testimonials and text to amplify the voices of the vulnerable and unheard in modern Britain’s areas of social deprivation.
6 May 2023
Dance Performance - And the Summer Shall Follow
In a thought-provoking double-bill of contemporary danc, emerging choreographers Catherine Sleeman and Liezl De Wouters explore the link between personal and planetary well-being, inviting their audience to look both outward and inward for hope.
19 April 2023 – 20 April 2023
Luke Wright’s The Remains of Logan Dankworth set for two dates in Bristol
A fast-paced and thrilling verse play about intertwined marital and political upheaval, told in blistering verse by one of the UK’s most celebrated poets.
20 March 2023
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Mamma Mia for pensioners...?
Inspired by the award winning film, this inspiring tale of friendship, family and romance proves it’s never too late to take the leap and break free from the confines of a lifelong comfort zone.
16 March 2023
Too Much World At Once: An underrated triumph of theatre
Surly, guarded Noble attempts to navigate the treacherous waters of youth and coming of age whilst trying to uphold his crumbling family in this achingly real yet charmingly surreal production.
5 March 2023
Charlie and Stan: Review
A review of the electric Told by an Idiot and Theatre Royal Plymouth production, Charlie and Stan.
15 March 2023 – 20 May 2023
DEAD CATS tour continues into 2023
The latest instalment in Proto-type’s provocative Truth to Power project takes you into the room where the lies begin.
Runs 75 minutes, no interval.
25 February 2023
Review of Spitting Image LIVE
Spitting Image LIVE is brought to the stage through one of a kind puppets of well known characters from the world of politics and TV. In this unique stage show based of the iconic series Al Murray helps bring the comedy, here's what I thought...
21 February 2023 – 9 March 2023
Anthroplay Theatre | SUBMISSIONS OPEN for AnthroTalks
Submissions are now OPEN for AnthroTalks!
AnthroTalks is a new-writing event curated by Anthroplay Theatre. Each scratch night revolves around a different theme, bringing you a mix of innovative performances from emerging and established artists.
20 February 2023
Want my job? with Author, Performer and Producer Oliver Sykes
"Seeing myself on the page made me realise I could write and tell stories too – children like me could even be the main character – and it empowered me to start writing and telling stories of my own!"
16 February 2023
Edinburgh fringe: the world’s best-loved celebration of arts and culture returns
The first shows for this year's biggest arts and culture festival Edinburgh Fringe are announced.
16 February 2023
‘How We Begin’: Brilliantly bisexual and fabulously unapologetic
A review of Surfacing Acts Theatre and Antonia Georgieva’s production ‘How We Begin’ currently showing at VAULT Festival.