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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...

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...

Interview: Naomi Sheldon on Good Girl Transferring to Trafalgar Studios

Naomi Sheldon’s award-winning debut play Good Girl, will play at VAULT Festival before transferring to Trafalgar Studios 2.  Winner of Voice’s Pick of the...

Interview: Gein’s Family Giftshop at Soho Theatre

Multi-Award winning Gein’s Family Giftshop make their highly-anticipated return to Soho Theatre following a critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival Fringe season and their second successful...

Interview: Chris Born on Somewhere a Gunner Fires at King’s Head Theatre

Tom Stuchfield’s first play, Somewhere a Gunner Fires, opens this week at The King’s Head Theatre. Set during the First World War, the play...

Interview: Mella Faye from Pecho Mama on Medea Electronica at Ovalhouse

Ovalhouse begins 2018 with another dynamic and innovative season of shows plus four new FiRST BiTES. For the first time, Owen Calvert-Lyons, Ovalhouse’s Head...

Interview: Tyrone Huntley on Philip Ridley’s Angry

Olivier Award Nominee Tyrone Huntley will star in the world premiere of Philip Ridley’s new monologues, Angry, this February at Southwark Playhouse. Along with Chronicles...

Interview: Marie McCarthy on Omnibus Theatre’s 96 Festival

It was a year of break-ups; Take That split, Arthur Scargill left the Labour Party and Princess Diana divorced Prince Charles. But in a year...

Interview: Francesca Beard on How To Survive A Post-Truth Apocalypse

Following a sell-out performance at London’s Roundhouse, Francesca Beard’s one-woman show How To Survive A Post-Truth Apocalypse returns for an exciting UK tour. Beard...

Interview: Dave Spencer on The Soul of Wittgenstein

Following a critically acclaimed run at the King’s Head Theatre, The Soul of Wittgenstein comes to the Omnibus Theatre for a 3-weeks-run as part...

Interview: Ben Wright on Point of Echoes

Created as a collaboration between choreographer Ben Wright and musician/writer Stuart Warwick, Point of Echoes is a haunting tale of love, death and monsters,...

Interview: Kate Marlais on Oranges and Elephants

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Interview: Marc Antolin and Daisy Maywood on the Flying Lovers of Vitebsk

Marc and Bella Chagall were the flying lovers of Vitebsk. Partners in life and on canvas, they are immortalised as the picture of romance....

Interview: David Loumgair Director of Tiny Dynamite

Tiny Dynamite, by award-winning playwright and screenwriter Abi Morgan, comes to the Old Red Lion Theatre this January. Returning to London for its first...

Interview: Natasha Barnes Talks About her Debut Album

Natasha Barnes’ own life story could very well be the book of a new British musical; the plucky understudy who had the unenviable task...

Interview: Daniel Buckroyd Director of The Turn of the Screw

This spring sees the world premiere of a dynamic new adaptation of Turn of the Screw embark on a UK tour. This thrilling production...