Category: Anya Reiss

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Review: The Seagull, Harold Pinter Theatre

Indira Varma and Daniel Monks impress in this visually arresting version of The Seagull at Harold Pinter…

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News: full cast announced for The Jamie Lloyd Company’s The Seagull

With Cyrano de Bergerac opening at Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York, The Jamie Lloyd Company has…

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News: Jamie Lloyd and Gypsy production updates

Paul Foster’s concert presentation of Gypsy at Alexandra Palace has added to its already exciting castlist. Joining…

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Review: The Motherhood Project

The likes of Hannah Khalil, Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Sarah Niles and Juno Dawson deliver some excellent work…

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News: Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Athena Stevens, Anya Reiss, Juno Dawson and Lemn Sissay among the line-up for The Motherhood Project

Leading UK artists including Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Athena Stevens and Anya Reiss will join Juno Dawson, Lemn…

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News: casting for Jamie Lloyd’s The Seagull announced

The Seagull full cast alongside Emilia Clarke announced Emilia Clarke had previously been announced to play Nina…

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20 shows to look forward to in 2019

So many of the recommendations for shows to see next year focus on the West End. And…

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Review: Uncle Vanya, St James Theatre

“This is starting to get offensive” Proving herself once, twice, three times a lady Chekhov adapter, Anya…

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Review: Three Sisters, Southwark Playhouse

“Everyone’s here from the UK but it’s always the Cotswolds or Scotland or something so nice to…