theatre

Gala: A Review

A Stage Kindly presents Gala Sunday 9th October, Greenwich Theatre In the current climate of continued jukebox musicals and film adaptations (there’s even talk of Bend It Like Beckham, the musical!), it’s refreshing and unusual to find a company dedicated to developing, promoting and performing new musical works. A Stage Kindly, led by Giles Howe and Katy Lipson, is just that sort of c ...[Read More]

A Musical Celebration from A Stage Kindly

In just three years, which independent theatre company has presented the UK premiere of no less than seven new musicals, and presented music from over fifty international new musicals in a series of acclaimed new-writing revues, by scores of writers from countries in three continents? Only one theatre company can boast such impressive achievements in its first three years, and with several excitin ...[Read More]

Little Women The Musical at the Lost Theatre

12th December – 7th January @ The Lost Theatre, Wandsworth Peter Layton and Lionel Segal’s ‘Little Women The Musical’ is the UK premiere run, based on Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel of the same title, set in New England during the Civil war. This well loved story is a celebration of women breaking the mold and achieveing success both in work and life. The show explore ...[Read More]

Crow Theatre at Streatham Festival!

“Crowd” by the unstoppable Crow Theatre, is an immersive piece of Theatre produced using participation by local residents and groups. An audience experience of Community, or Power of the Crowd, in a fantastic live music venue. All donations to go to Music4Children

'Fallen in Love'; the secret heart of Anne Boleyn

Love, betrayal, jealousy and treason; the secret heart of Anne Boleyn is revealed in this bold and authentic new play. The year is 1536. Queen Anne Boleyn, the woman who changed the world forever by capturing the heart of a King, faces trial with her brother George for adultery, incest and treason. This professional production by Red Rose Chain, the company that brings ‘Theatre In The Forest’ to a ...[Read More]

Tour Booker

Tour Booker Elysion Productions is a dynamic new theatre and film production company set up to support creative talent in Manchester and the North West. We are currently looking to recruit a Tour Booker to work within our small team and to enable the company to grow. Duties include working within a team with the Producers and production staff to locate venues and liaise with them regarding a North ...[Read More]

Digital Stages Festival 22-27 April 2011

DIGITAL STAGES is a new festival of performing arts and digital media organised by multimedia company GLAZ (www.glaz.co.uk) that takes place from 22 to 27 April 2011 in a number of East London venues including Stratford Circus, Hoxton Hall, Queen Mary University of London and IPAD Dance lab at Trinity Buoy Wharf. The festival presents performances, discussions, workshops and exhibitions, bringing ...[Read More]

The Soul's The Thing: Dr Faustus, Manchester Royal Exchange Theatre, 8 Sept – 9 Oct

Dr Faustus is another excellent, darkly comic and deeply soul-searching production by the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester. Christopher Marlowe’s timeless classic about the man who sold his soul to the devil for 24 years of wild revelry, unbounded knowledge and magical powers, is a must-see for anyone who loves the play, the occult or simply enjoys being thrilled and spooked. It is impossible to ...[Read More]

Secret Boulevard – a scandalous new play

‘Secret Boulevard’ is a brand new play on the London Fringe, telling the tale of a scandalous gay love affair between two male movie stars in 1940s Hollywood. Synopsis: Hollywood 1949. In an era of stifling movie production restraints and stars kept under oppressive control by their bosses, innocent young actor Patrick Glass feels the full force of the studios’ brute career-destroying ...[Read More]

5 Minute Festival

5 Minute Festival LOST Theatre Company is proud to present its third annual 5 Minute Festival, showcasing the freshest new writing and directing talent to hit the London fringe. The Festival’s programme incorporates an exciting variety of genres and themes, ranging from comedy to drama and even musicals. This year’s festival will give us a valuable insight into the next generation of playwrights a ...[Read More]

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