Monthly Archives: April 2017

First Look: Angels in America Part One at The National Theatre

America in the mid-1980s. In the midst of the AIDS crisis and a conservative Reagan administration, New Yorkers grapple with life and death, love and sex, heaven and hell. The cast of the National Theatre’s 2017 revival of Tony Kushner’s landmark work Angels in America includes Stuart Angell, Mark Arnold,

2017-04-29T13:28:08+00:00 Saturday, April 29, 2017|

Matthew Bourne Presented With Critics’ Circle Award for Outstanding Services to the Arts

This afternoon, Friday 28 April 2017, Sir Matthew Bourne was presented with the Critics’ Circle Award for Outstanding Services to the Arts by Graham Watts OBE, Chairman, Dance Section of Critics' Circle & National Dance Awards, at a luncheon held at the National Liberal Club. Matthew Bourne is only the

2017-04-28T20:14:04+00:00 Friday, April 28, 2017|

First Look: All Our Children at The Jermyn Street Theatre

Stephen Unwin’s elegant debut work, All Our Children,  shows a world caught in a spiral of horror and examines a brutal system which sanctioned mass murder for those who led, what the Nazis called ‘lives unworthy of life’. An astonishing and chilling story of courage, betrayal and humanity, Unwin unfolds

2017-04-28T15:22:47+00:00 Friday, April 28, 2017|

Interview: Sarah Emmott, Writer and Performer of Declaration

Declaration examines the faces we wear to fit in and what happens when we are forced to declare our differences. Developed in consultation with medical professionals, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) and mental health support groups, Declaration challenges stereotypes with a curious, comic and candid look at ADHD, mental health

2017-04-27T15:20:53+00:00 Thursday, April 27, 2017|