Tag: Mark Meadows

Posted in Cast Recordings Chichester Festival Theatre Music Musicals News Not-London Theatre UK

News: a cast recording for Flowers for Mrs Harris

Great news afoot for Flowers for Mrs Harris, a beautiful new British musical Thrilling and emotional to…

Posted in Edward Albee Not-London Theatre UK

Not-a-review: Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Wiltshire Creative

I should have been going to Salisbury this weekend to see Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at…

Posted in Alice Birch Arrows & Traps Barbican Theatre Bridge Theatre Bristol Old Vic Brockley Jack Theatre Bunker Theatre Caryl Churchill Edward Albee Finborough Theatre Henrik Ibsen Internationaal Theater Amsterdam Ivo van Hove Katie Mitchell Kooman + Dimond Lucy Prebble Musicals National Theatre Not-London Orange Tree Theatre Royal Exchange Shakespeare Showstopper Tennessee Williams Theatre Tony Kushner UK Watermill Theatre

20 shows to look forward to in 2020

I look ahead to some of the 2020 shows exciting me most with an emphasis away from…

Posted in Menier Chocolate Factory Tennessee Williams Theatre Theatre review

Review: Orpheus Descending, Menier Chocolate Factory

Tennessee Williams’ Orpheus Descending may not be his greatest play but Tamara Harvey’s production for the Menier…

Posted in Jack Thorne Rachel De-lahay TV

TV Review: Kiri

With a cast including Sarah Lancashire, Lucian Msamati and Lia Williams, how could Kiri be anything but good…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre Musicals Not-London Theatre Theatre review UK

Review: Flowers for Mrs Harris, Chichester Festival Theatre

Some of the beauty of Flowers for Mrs Harris gets lost at Chichester Festival Theatre but it…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre James Graham Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Quiz, Noël Coward

Whether you get to make your West End debut or not, James Graham’s Quiz is great fun…

Posted in Musicals Not-London Sheffield Theatres Theatre UK

Review: Flowers for Mrs Harris, Crucible

“There is more to life than you ever knew, than you ever dreamed,” Sheffield feels the right…

Posted in Shakespeare Shakespeare's Globe Theatre

Review: King John, Shakespeare’s Globe

“Mad world! mad kings! mad composition!” One of the terms most overused by reviewers and publicity writers…