Tag: Mike Poulton

Posted in RSC Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Imperium II – Dictator, Gielgud Theatre

In which Imperium II: Dictator continues a compelling look at (Roman) politics at the Gielgud Theatre but…

Posted in RSC Theatre Theatre review West End

Review: Imperium I – Conspirator, Gielgud Theatre

Imperium I: Conspirator is the entertaining first part of the seven hours of a proper Roman epic…

Posted in Arcola Theatre LGBTQ+ Terence Rattigan Theatre

Review: Kenny Morgan, Arcola Theatre

“Say what you like but there’s been a crime committed. More than one I should say–” As…

Posted in Broadway David Hare Kander + Ebb Lin-Manuel Miranda Musicals Not-London Outer Critics Circle Awards Penelope Skinner Peter Morgan Simon Stephens Stephen Adly Guirgis Stephen Sondheim Theatre Theatre awards

Nominations for 2014-2015 Outer Critics Circle Awards

John Gassner Playwriting Award (Presented for an American play, preferably by a new playwright) Ayad Akhtar, The…

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber Arthur Miller David Hare Ivo van Hove Kevin Elyot Lee Hall Mike Bartlett Moira Buffini Olivier Awards Tennessee Williams Theatre Theatre awards Tom Stoppard

2015 Laurence Olivier Awards nominations

Best New Play  King Charles III by Mike Bartlett – Almeida / Wyndham’s Taken at Midnight by…

Posted in Andrew Lloyd Webber Arthur Miller Barbican Theatre Chichester Festival Theatre Curve Theatre Donmar Warehouse Hampstead Theatre Jamie Lloyd Joe DiPietro Joe Penhall Lee Hall Mark Gatiss Menier Chocolate Factory Mike Bartlett Musicals National Theatre Noël Coward Nottingham Playhouse Old Vic Richard Bean RSC Shakespeare Sheffield Theatres Southwark Playhouse Stephen Sondheim Tennessee Williams Theatre Theatre awards What's On Stage Awards Young Vic

2015 What’s On Stage Award nominations

Best Actor In A Play Sponsored By Radisson Blu Edwardian David Tennant – Richard II  Mark Strong – A…

Posted in Charles Dickens Not-London Theatre UK

Review: A Tale of Two Cities, Royal & Derngate

“Repression is the only lasting philosophy” Although not intentionally, this year I’ve been racing through the list…

Posted in Not-London RSC Theatre UK

Review: Wolf Hall/Bring Up The Bodies, Swan Theatre

“He needs to be on the side of the light” Hilary Mantel became the first woman to…

Posted in Theatre

Cast of Bring Up The Bodies