Tag: Joshua Lacey

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 Jerry Herman Musicals News Open Air Theatre Photos Theatre

News: Tristram Kenton’s stage archive – the Open Air Theatre edition

I’m loving this deep dive that the Guardian is doing  into Tristram Kenton’s archive, this time taking…

Posted in National Theatre Theatre Theatre review Tony Kushner

Review: The Visit or The Old Lady Comes to Call, National Theatre

Any opportunity to see Lesley Manville on stage should be taken but The Visit or The Old…

Rory Kinnear as Macbeth, Beatrice Scirocchi as Witch and Anna-Maria Nabirye as Witch in Macbeth at the National Theatre (c) Brinkhoff Mögenburg 1002-1006
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Review: Macbeth, National Theatre

A whole lot of post-apocalyptic hurly-burly and sadly not much more besides – the National Theatre’s Macbeth really…

Posted in Agatha Christie Film Kenneth Branagh

Film Review: Murder On The Orient Express (2017)

“I know your moustache…” What to do when you want your new film to be a new…

Posted in Peter Morgan The Crown TV

TV Review: The Crown, Series 2

A quick whip through Series 2 of The Crown “History is not made by those who did…

Posted in LGBT+ Shakespeare Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Theatre review

Review: Twelfth Night, Shakespeare’s Globe

“I would you were as I would have you be” Emma Rice’s Summer of Love got off…

Posted in Shakespeare Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Review: Imogen, Shakespeare’s Globe

“Is there no way for men to be, but women must be half-workers?” Whichever way you cut…

Posted in Cast Recordings Music Musicals Theatre West End

Album Review: From Here To Eternity (2014 Live Cast Recording)

“All along knowing that no-one has returned to care” Barely managing six months in the West End…