Interview

Interview: The Cast of Double Double Act at The Unicorn Theatre

The Unicorn Theatre presents Double Double Act in association with the acclaimed theatre company, Made In China, a lively and playfully subversive interrogation of the roles and expectations children and adults have of each other, and what makes a good joke. And who really is funny? Or, for that matter, the funniest? We caught up

Tuesday, June 27, 2017|

Interview: Tom Glover Writer of Wet Bread

Tom Glover’s Wet Bread will be playing at the King’s Head Theatre as part of their Festival 47 in July. Inspired by the aftermath of the 2015 General Election, the show follows Adele who can’t work out how the Tories are in power – everyone she knows voted Labour.  The shocking aftermath of the election

Sunday, June 25, 2017|

Interview: Sarah Kosar Writer of Mumburger at The Old Red Lion

Andrew Frame and Rosie Wyatt will be bringing alive Sarah Kosar’s play, Mumburger, at the Old Red Lion Theatre, exploring bereavement and familial disconnection through the relationship of a father and daughter following the death of the mother. Mumburger, directed by Tommo Fowler, is a universal story with a surreal twist, inviting the audience to

Thursday, June 15, 2017|

Interview: Josephine Burton Artistic Director of Dash Arts

Dash Arts presents a month-long enchanted performance space, modelled on the iconic Russian summer house set within the revolutionary turmoil of 1917. The Dacha acts as a backdrop and set for a whole series of different performances, delving into life in 1917 through the eyes of the Popov family dacha in Vyritsa, several hours outside

Wednesday, June 14, 2017|

Interview: Jess Love from And The Little One Said at The Underbelly Festival

Former Circa! and La Clique performer Jess Love brings her Circus Australia Award winning debut solo show to London’s Southbank for six performances, filling a macabre playground replete with hopscotch, blood spatter, rollerskates and broken glass in this visually enchanting, funny and surreal show about the mixing the innocent and the sinister.  We caught up

Tuesday, June 13, 2017|

Interview: The Cast of Held at Tristan Bates Theatre

The premiere of Held, written by Tina Jay and directed by Richard Elson, is coming to the Tristan Bates Theatre in the West End, funded by the Arts Council. Set in a modern UK prison facing all the crises and failing living conditions we have recently seen in the news, the story explores the desperate,

Monday, June 12, 2017|