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INTERVIEW | Rudi Dharmalingam Talks the Power of Political Tragedy Mary Stuart

Following a critically acclaimed sold-out season at the Almeida Theatre, Mary Stuart is a dynamic political drama about lust, pride and power. Written in 1800, Robert Icke’s explosive adaptation brings the resonate themes of the production to a 21st-century audience. The fight to death between two killer queens is both riveting and entirely stunning. I spoke to…

The Woman In Black UK Tour

REVIEW | The Woman in Black | UK Tour

The chilling thriller has been around for years, yet still attracts a tremendous amount of frightened audience members. It’s a traditional story that feels fresh and is executed excellently. Arthur Kipps (David Acton) has written a spine-tingling play relating to an experience he had many years ago. The concept of the production is a play within…

Scott Reid (Christopher) & David Michaels (Ed) in rehearsal for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, pic by Ellie Kurttz.jpg

INTERVIEW | David Michaels as Ed Boone in the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is regarded as a treasure on the West End with the National Theatre’s remarkable production. Simon Stephen’s adaptation has been a hit on Broadway and on tour, and it will embark on another UK tour this January, opening at the Lowry. Curious Incident tells the…

REVIEW | Horrible Christmas | The Lowry

Christmas arrives at the Lowry in this hysterical time-travelling production by the Birmingham Stage Company and Derby Theatre in conjunction with the acclaimed Horrible Histories author Terry Deary. Created with all the theatrical elements required for the perfect family Christmas extravaganza such as slapstick comedy, sing-a-long and audience participation, Horrible Christmas is an excellent twist…