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Fiddler on the Roof at the Playhouse Theatre in the West End

INTERVIEW | Harriet Bunton on Why Fiddler on the Roof Still Moves Audiences to Tears Over 50 Years On

With a hugely successful run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, director Trever Nunn brought a completely different approach to the 1964 musical Fiddler On The Roof with this new intimate production. The musical is now transferring to the Playhouse Theatre in London’s West End and they’re reconfiguring the theatre to create the same feeling.  Fiddler…

Noughts and Crosses UK Tour, Sephy and Callum

REVIEW | Noughts and Crosses | UK Tour

Malorie Blackman’s young adult novel that tackles racial discrimination head-on as it creates a world where black people are the most powerful race. It’s an eye-opening and startling piece of theatre that mirrors race and power in our modern lives.  It’s a Romeo and Juliet style story, as we follow Sephy a ‘Cross’ who is…

INTERVIEW | Lesley Garrison on The Beatles’ Influence on Mark Morris’ ‘Pepperland’

Last year Mark Morris Dance Group’s Pepperland, a dance production inspired by The Beatles’ iconic album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, premiered in Liverpool. The atmosphere was astounding and this year the company return to the UK for a brand new tour with Dance Consortium. I spoke to dancer Lesley Garrison who described that premiere in…

Good Dog at Birmingham Rep

REVIEW | Good Dog |UK Tour

With his Olivier award nominations for his smash-hit play Misty, Arinzé Kene is no stranger to writing hard-hitting, honest and powerful plays about inner-city life. Good Dog takes a younger, more innocent experience as we follow a boy growing up in London and discovering himself. Simply believing that by being good, good things will happen…