Tag: Rob Heaps

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News: The Mono Box launch The Monologue Library

I mean, just look at this absolute treasure trove of theatrical talent!  We are proud to announce…

Posted in Agatha Christie TV

TV Review: And Then There Were None

“This is for a play in the West End?”  Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None may…

Posted in LGBT+ TV

TV Review: Life in Squares

  “We’re living in extraordinary times Virginia” I think Rachel Freck and I would be very good…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre Not-London Shakespeare Theatre UK

Review: King Lear, Minerva

“I am even the natural fool of fortune”   Poly over at The Other Bridge Project asks…

Posted in Deborah Bruce Open Air Theatre Theatre

Review: Pride and Prejudice, Open Air Theatre

“I suppose his…fortune had some bearing” The choice to adapt Jane Austen’s endlessly popular novel Pride and…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre David Hare Terence Rattigan Theatre West End

Re-review: South Downs/The Browning Version, Harold Pinter Theatre

“I may have been a brilliant scholar, but I was woefully ignorant of the facts of life.”…

Posted in Southwark Playhouse Theatre Thomas MIddleton

Review: The Changeling, Southwark Playhouse

“Thou art all deformed” The programme for the Southwark Playhouse’s latest main house production, The Changeling by…

Posted in Chichester Festival Theatre David Hare Not-London Terence Rattigan Theatre UK

Review: South Downs/The Browning Version, Minerva

“You’re 14 and you know what effeminate means, this does not bode well for you Blakemore.” There…

Posted in Anton Chekhov Finborough Theatre Tennessee Williams Theatre

Review: The Notebook of Trigorin, Finborough Theatre

“You understand how the world turns on successfully practised duplicity? On cunning lies?” I think Phil Willmott…