Tag: Augustina Seymour

Posted in Not-London Photos Shakespeare Theatre UK Watermill Theatre

Rehearsal photos for Othello at the Watermill

Check out these rehearsal shots by Marc Brenner of the Watermill Theatre’s upcoming Othello Kalungi Ssebandeke (The Duchess…

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News: Casting announced for Othello at the Watermill

Full casting and creative team have been announced for The Watermill Ensemble’s bold new production of William…

Posted in Digital Jermyn Street Theatre News Theatre

News: 72-strong cast announced for Jermyn Street’s 12-hour Odyssey

Dame Janet Suzman, Miranda Raison, Michael Pennington, Jamael Westman and Kirsty Bushell among the 72 actors performing…

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News: stars come out to support the Jermyn Street Theatre

Stars of stage and screen including Olivia Colman, Helena Bonham Carter, David Suchet, Dame Penelope Keith, Timothy…

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June theatre round-up

I might have taken a break from reviewing in June, but I didn’t stop going to the…

Posted in LGBT+ Theatre Theatre review VAULT Festival

Review: Open, VAULT Festival

Christopher Adams and Timothy Allsop’s Open at the VAULT Festival is exactly the kind of fresh, forward-thinking queer…

Posted in Almeida Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: Machinal, Almeida Theatre

Sophie Treadwell’s 1928 expressionist play Machinal receives an extraordinary production from Natalie Abrahami at the Almeida Theate…

Posted in Derby Theatre Not-London Theatre UK

Review: Look Back in Anger, Derby Theatre

“What kind of man are you?” Where else to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Look Back in…

Posted in Jermyn Street Theatre Theatre

Review: Unrelated, Jermyn Street Theatre

“You think I can trust women?” After three weeks on holiday, my theatregoing restarted with a gentle…