Tag: Mariam Haque

Posted in Christopher Hampton Florian Zeller Hampstead Theatre Theatre

News: Cast for Hampstead Theatre’s The Fever Syndrome announced

Hampstead Theatre has announced the full cast and creative team for the world premiere of Alexis Zegerman’s vivid,…

Posted in David Hare Digital LGBT+ National Theatre News Theatre Tony Kushner

News: Angels in America amongst productions added to National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre has today announced three new filmed productions have been added to its streaming service…

Posted in TV

TV Review: Trying (Apple TV)

Rafe Spall and Esther Smith impress in British comedy Trying, helped by the likes of Imelda Staunton…

Posted in Digital Mark Ravenhill Royal Court Theatre Tom Wells

Review: Royal Court’s Living Newspaper #2

Sneaking in in the nick of time, I catch the delights of the second edition of the…

Posted in Digital Mark Ravenhill Royal Court Theatre Tom Wells

News: Cast announced for Royal Court’s Living Newspaper #2

Moronkẹ Akinola, Hammed Animashaun, Ayesha Antoine, Alex Austin, Lisa Hammond, Mariam Haque, Zachary Hing, Siu-see Hung, Wendy…

Posted in Anton Chekhov Donmar Warehouse Inua Ellams Lucy Kirkwood Mark Gatiss Musicals National Theatre Peter Shaffer Shakespeare Simon Stone Theatre West End Young Vic

News: NT launches new streaming service National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre, in partnership with Bloomberg Philanthropies, has today launched  National Theatre at Home, a brand-new…

Posted in David Hare News Photos Theatre

News: Tristram Kenton’s stage archive – the David Hare 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

Not-a-review: All of Us, National Theatre

A particularly gutting one this, as Francesca Martinez’s debut play All of Us would have marked a…

Posted in Barbican Theatre RSC Shakespeare Theatre Theatre review

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…