Tag: Grant Olding

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Philip Pullman Theatre Theatre review

Not-a-re-review: The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Bridge Theatre

Nothing new to say that I didn’t cover in my initial review, other than I liked it…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Curve Theatre Kander + Ebb Marvin Hamlisch Musicals Not-London Philip Pullman Photos Theatre West End

Photo teasers from some big new productions

To whet the appetite for some of this month’s big openings, here’s some photographic teasers… Transforming the…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Bryony Lavery Philip Pullman Theatre Theatre review

Review: The Book of Dust – La Belle Sauvage, Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner returns to the world of Philip Pullman with an impressively atmospheric take on The Book…

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News: The National Theatre announces 2021-22 programming and launches National Theatre Together

The National Theatre announces new programming and launches a major new campaign for its future, National Theatre…

Posted in Bridge Theatre Lorraine Hansberry National Theatre News Peter Shaffer Shakespeare Terence Rattigan Theatre

News: National Theatre at Home final phase

The National Theatre has announced a further five productions that will be streamed as a part of…

Posted in National Theatre Richard Bean Theatre

Lockdown Theatre Review: One Man, Two Guvnors, National Theatre at Home

I really love National Theatre at Home I really don’t love One Man, Two Guvnors  “I’ve paid…

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News: National Theatre announces National Theatre at Home

National Theatre announces National Theatre at Home, starting with One Man Two Guvnors, Jane Eyre, Treasure Island…

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Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner gives us an utterly inspired take on A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge Theatre,…

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Review: Alys, Always, Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner finally directs a play by a woman but Lucinda Coxon’s adaptation of novel Alys, Always…