Greg Stewart

About Greg Stewart

Greg is an award-winning writer with a huge passion for theatre. He has appeared on stage, as well as having directed several plays in his native Scotland. Greg is the founder and editor of Theatre Weekly

Interview: Ian Hallard on Foul Pages at The Hope Theatre

Ian Hallard takes the lead role of William Shakespeare in the world premiere of Matthew Parker’s production of outrageous backstage romp Foul Pages by Robin Hooper, which is coming to The Hope Theatre.  We caught up with Ian to find out more. You’re starring in Foul Pages at The Hope Theatre, what

2018-02-16T12:19:05+00:00 Friday, February 16, 2018|

Interview: Kate March on an Evening of Meat at The Vaults

Launching at The Vaults in Waterloo on the 27th March 2018, An Evening of Meat is a unique and provocative dinner installation: a feast of femininity where expressive dance and indulgent food meet to thoroughly inundate all the senses. Having gained a cult following across the world, American director Kate March along

2018-02-14T16:44:08+00:00 Wednesday, February 14, 2018|

Review: Xposed at Southwark Playhouse

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Full Disclosure Theatre last presented Xposed back in November 2017, and it was a triumph of a showcase.  Barely four months later, and the event returned to London with eight new short plays portraying an LGBTQ+ narrative.  This time though, Xposed was bigger, taking over the

2018-02-12T20:48:52+00:00 Monday, February 12, 2018|

Review: Somewhere a Gunner Fires at The King’s Head Theatre

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets All of it is true, writer Tom Stuchfield tells us in the opening moments of his debut play, Somewhere a Gunner Fires at the King’s Head Theatre.  This upfront declaration makes the events of a hundred years ago seem far less remote, and ever more real. 

2018-02-12T20:51:38+00:00 Sunday, February 11, 2018|

Interview: James Farrell Director of Crimes Under The Sun

Award-winning theatre company New Old Friends present Crimes Under the Sun, a comedy thriller, directed by James Farrell.  We spoke to James to find out more. You’re directing Crimes Under The Sun, what can you tell us about it? Crimes Under The Sun is comedy murder-mystery set on the English Riviera in

2018-02-11T14:21:30+00:00 Sunday, February 11, 2018|

Review: Again at Trafalgar Studios

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets We’ve all been there, said something we wish hadn’t and then thought of a million other ways it could have been said.  Perhaps when it comes to remembering those things, we do recall them differently. Stephanie Jacob’s Again, now playing at Trafalgar Studios, examines this

2018-02-11T11:59:29+00:00 Saturday, February 10, 2018|

Interview: Georgie Henley on Philip Ridley’s Angry at Southwark Playhouse

Chronicles of Narnia star, Georgie Henley, will star in the world premiere of Philip Ridley’s new monologues, Angry, this February at Southwark Playhouse. Along with Olivier Award nominated, Tyrone Huntley, they will perform the series of gender-neutral monologues on subjects as diverse as refugees, millennial anger, and interstellar travel. All five monologues

2018-02-09T09:45:49+00:00 Friday, February 9, 2018|

Review: The Moor at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets In a parallel universe, another play will have opened at The Old Red Lion Theatre tonight, but in this universe, it was the turn of Catherine Lucie’s The Moor, directed by Blythe Stewart.  This is a psychological thriller which considers what might have been, and tries

2018-02-08T23:27:23+00:00 Thursday, February 8, 2018|

Review: Think of England at VAULT Festival

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets The tunnels which occupy the space underneath Waterloo Station can be wonderfully atmospheric during the VAULT Festival, and no more so than for Madeline Gould’s Think of England, which recreates a war-time sense of 'Keep Calm and Carry On', though it's the carry on part which

2018-02-08T18:28:25+00:00 Thursday, February 8, 2018|

Review: The Poetry We Make at VAULT Festival

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Gender fluidity, is a popular subject for theatre at the moment, which has always been at the forefront of changing attitudes and beliefs. The Poetry We Make developed by Jaswinder Blackwell-Pal and Edwina Strobl at The VAULT Festival, which itself has introduced gender neutral toilets this

2018-02-08T18:17:14+00:00 Thursday, February 8, 2018|