Tag: Amaka Okafor

Posted in Film Musicals

Film Review: Greatest Days (2023)

Take That jukebox musical Greatest Days doesn’t quite come to life on the big screen “Here I…

Posted in News Royal Court Theatre

News: Cast announced for Hope has a Happy Meal

Laura Checkley, Mary Malone, Amaka Okafor, Felix Scott and Nima Taleghani have been cast in Hope has…

Posted in TV

TV Review: The Responder (Series 1)

A stunning lead performance from Martin Freeman makes gritty police drama The Responder a must-see “You’re an…

Posted in Dennis Kelly Theatre Theatre review Theatre Royal Stratford East

Review: After the End, Theatre Royal Stratford East

With all its effortful but pointless violence, Dennis Kelly’s After the End leaves me cold at the…

Posted in Blanche McIntyre Digital National Theatre Tennessee Williams Theatre Yaël Farber Young Vic

News: National Theatre adds new productions to streaming platform NT at Home

The National Theatre has announced the latest productions to be made available on its National Theatre at…

Posted in Arthur Miller Barbican Theatre Ivo van Hove National Theatre News Shakespeare Theatre

News: National Theatre adds five new productions to streaming platform National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre has today announced the latest productions to be made available on its National Theatre…

Posted in Digital National Theatre News Phoebe Waller-Bridge Theatre

News: 4 National Theatre shows to appear on Amazon Prime Video

Amazon has partnered with the National Theatre to stream four high-profile live-recorded stage shows, including Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag. The…

Posted in Chris Thorpe Digital Jasmine Lee-Jones Matilda Ibini Royal Court Theatre

News: Cast announced for Royal Court’s Living Newspaper

Michele Austin, Natalie Dew, Georgie Fellows, Zainab Hasan, Camille Mallet de Chauny, Rebekah Murrell, Amaka Okafor, Kimberley Okoye, Alexzandra Sarmiento, Irfan Shamji, Sophie Stone, Ragevan Vasan and Danny Lee…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Des

David Tennant and Daniel Mays offer up some superb acting in Des, a chilling serial killer drama…