Tag: Lauren O’Neil

Posted in James Graham National Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: Boys from the Blackstuff, National Theatre

James Graham delivers a faithful adaptation of Alan Bleasdale’s Boys from the Blackstuff, playing briefly at the National…

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News: Boys from the Blackstuff to transfer to the West End

James Graham’s powerful new adaptation of Alan Bleasdale’s seminal TV drama, Boys from the Blackstuff is directed by Kate…

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News: National Theatre reveals Summer 2024 plans

The National Theatre has announced new productions for all three South Bank stages this summer: Alan Bleasdale’s Boys from…

Posted in Agatha Christie Donmar Warehouse Mike Bartlett National Theatre Old Vic Theatre West End

Plays update for March

So much play casting news! Mike Bartlett’s political comedy The 47th opens at the Old Vic on…

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TV Review: Silent Witness Series 18

As the dust settles on all the recent changes, Series 18 of Silent Witness turns out to…

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News: 2021-22 shows at the National Theatre

The National Theatre today announces the on-sale dates of upcoming productions Middle, Our Generation, The Corn is Green and 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 Bijan Sheibani Donmar Warehouse Inua Ellams James Graham Mark Gatiss National Theatre News Shakespeare Tennessee Williams Theatre Young Vic

News: National Theatre at Home Phase 3

The National Theatre has today announced further productions that will be streamed live on YouTube every Thursday…

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Review: Reasons to be Happy, Hampstead Theatre

“That’s like practically incest” Neil LaBute’s Reasons to be Happy actually takes the form of a sequel…