Category: Inua Ellams

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Review: Antigone, Open Air Theatre

Inua Ellams offers a highly contemporary take on Antigone at the Open Air Theatre, one which has…

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News: Zainab Hasan leads Inua Ellams’ Antigone

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have today announced casting and the full creative team for Antigone. Written by Inua Ellams (Barber…

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Round-up of August theatre news

Hampstead Theatre has announced its remaining Main Stage productions for 2021. Stockard Channing and Rebecca Night will perform in the Pulitzer…

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News: the Mono Box presents Reset the Stage

The Mono Box is delighted to announce RESET THE STAGE, a collection of 7 filmed monologues written by 7…

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News: NT launches new streaming service National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre, in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, has today launched  National Theatre at Home, a brand-new…

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News: the Bridge Theatre plots an autumn season of monologues

The Bridge Theatre has announce a repertoire of twelve one-person plays during September and October, using the theatre’s…

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Poetry. Protest. Song. #4

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News: National Theatre at Home Phase 3

The National Theatre has today announced further productions that will be streamed live on YouTube every Thursday…

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Not-a-re-review: Three Sisters, National Theatre

“The son is today what the father was yesterday” I don’t have anything more to say about…