Tag: Charlie Josephine

Posted in Abi Zakarian News Southwark Playhouse Theatre

News: Southwark Playhouse to welcome seven local youth theatre groups as part of National Theatre’s 2024 Connections Festival

Through this year’s National Theatre Connections Festival, Southwark Playhouse celebrates the talent of 150 local young people…

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2023 What’s On Stage Award nominations

The nominations for the 24th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards have now been revealed, with the full list of…

Posted in News Royal Court RSC Theatre

News: RSC’s Cowbois to transfer to Royal Court

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and Royal Court Theatre have announced the London transfer of Charlie Josephine’s rollicking queer western Cowbois. Due…

Posted in News Not-London RSC Theatre UK

News: Casting announced for RSC’s Cowbois

Casting has been announced for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s forthcoming production of Charlie Josephine’s new play, Cowbois.  Running…

Posted in Digital Theatre Theatre review

Review: Birds and Bees

Charlie Josephine’s Birds and Bees captures teenage awkwardness perfectly, in the shadow of a school sexting scandal…

Posted in Barbican Theatre RSC Shakespeare Theatre Theatre review

Review: The Merry Wives of Windsor, RSC at the Barbican

In the spirit of the season, I’m not commenting too much on the RSC’s The Merry Wives…

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Review: Romeo and Juliet, RSC at the Barbican

A modern and moving take on Romeo and Juliet from the RSC at the Barbican “I am…

Posted in Soho Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: BLUSH, Soho Theatre

“Cock, non-bio. Cock, non-bio. Cock, non-bio. Cock.” Charlotte Josephine’s BLUSH makes its way to the Soho Theatre…

Posted in Finborough Theatre Theatre

Review: Weald, Finborough Theatre

“The earth sings when he touches it” The slow decline of the English rural economy and the…