Category: Michael Frayn

Posted in Michael Frayn Not-London Sheffield Theatres Theatre

News: some good-looking non-London shows to consider

‘My hands are shaking you know. I haven’t been so keyed up about anything since I was…

Posted in Curve Theatre David Mamet Michael Frayn Not-London Sheffield Theatres Theatre Theatre Royal Bath UK

UK theatre casting news – November update

Theatre Royal Bath will reopen on 3 December with a revised performance schedule for Oleanna and Copenhagen, the final two plays in…

Posted in Harold Pinter Michael Frayn Musicals Not-London Theatre UK

More September theatre news

SIX reunite, The Theatre Channel switches on, The Shows Go On return and casting is revealed in…

Posted in Lyric Hammersmith Michael Frayn Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Noises Off, Garrick Theatre

The Lyric Hammersmith’s production of Noises Off transfer in fine style to the Garrick Theatre “Let there…

Posted in Alan Ayckbourn Alan Bennett David Hare Digital Eugene O'Neill George Bernard Shaw Harold Pinter Howard Brenton Michael Frayn Musicals National Theatre Noël Coward Peter Shaffer Shakespeare Stephen Sondheim Tennessee Williams Theatre Tom Stoppard Tony Kushner

Review: National Theatre – Fifty Years on Stage

“We’ve got two hours to show the vast range of work the National has done over the…

Posted in Michael Frayn Radio Plays Theatre

Radio Review: Skios/Copenhagen/Headlong

“Foxoliver?” Michael Frayn’s 80th birthday is being celebrated by BBC radio with a mini-season of his work,…

Posted in Michael Frayn Old Vic Theatre

Review: Democracy, Old Vic

“That’s why I love mushrooms – you pick them, pickle them and eat them” There’s apparently no…

Posted in Michael Frayn Rose Theatre Kingston Theatre

Review: Here, Rose Theatre Kingston

“How does it seem? Fine? Right, let’s get the sandwiches out.” Michael Frayn’s star is shining very…

Posted in Anton Chekhov Chichester Festival Theatre Michael Frayn Not-London Theatre UK

Review: Uncle Vanya, Minerva

“I could have been a Dostoevsky” Opening the season for Chichester’s 2012 Festival, celebrating its fiftieth anniversary…