Tag: Michael Balogun

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News: NT announces Death of England Trilogy to stream on National Theatre at Home

The National Theatre has today announced that the Death of England trilogy, written by Clint Dyer and Roy Williams…

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Nominations for the 2021 Black British Theatre Awards

The Black British Theatre Awards (BBTAs) is the UK’s first award show to celebrate the excellence and…

Posted in Barney Norris Joe Penhall Musicals Not-London Theatre UK

News: Royal & Derngate announces further productions for its 2021/22 Made in Northampton season

Royal & Derngate has announced four further productions to complete its 2021/22 Made in Northampton season. A new…

Posted in Anaïs Mitchell Ancient Greeks Broadway David Eldridge Musicals National Theatre News Not-London Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch Simon Stephens Theatre UK Winsome Pinnock

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 Nick Payne Radio Plays Theatre

Radio review: Constellations / Elegy / The Meaning of Zong

Less reviews, more notifications that a wonderful radio version of Nick Payne’s Constellations is now available to…

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Review: Death of England – Delroy, National Theatre

Michael Balogun is thrillingly good in Clint Dyer and Roy Williams’ Death of England: Delroy, soon to…

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Review: New Views – Rehearsed Readings

The National Theatre’s New Views playwriting competition for 14 to 19-year-olds throws up some real winners in…

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…