Tag: Tom Mothersdale

Posted in Charles Dickens National Theatre News Theatre

News: Full cast announced for National Theatre’s London Tide

The National Theatre has announced full casting for the world premiere of London Tide, as the company begins…

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News: Next National Theatre season to feature Sinéad Matthews and 6.30pm performances

Tickets for the National Theatre’s upcoming season will go on sale to the public on Thursday 9 November….

Posted in Hampstead Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: Sea Creatures, Hampstead Theatre

Cordelia Lynn’s Sea Creatures is beautifully cast at Hampstead Theatre downstairs but punishingly vague “Where’s Robin?” It’s…

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News: cast announcements from Hampstead Downstairs

24 March – 29 April Sea Creatures will star Geraldine Alexander (Oslo and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, National…

Posted in Anthony Neilson Digital Royal Court Theatre

Review: Royal Court’s Living Newspaper #3

The third edition of Royal Court’s Living Newspaper moves online only, with some seriously fierce political writing…

Posted in Anthony Neilson Digital Royal Court Theatre

News: writers and cast for Living Newspaper #3

Living Newspaper #3 is written by Travis Alabanza, Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti, Nick Bruckman, Anupama Chandrasekhar, Zain Dada, Josh Elliott, Rabiah Hussain, Sami Ibrahim,…

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News: Tristram Kenton’s stage archive – the Sarah Kane edition

It is Sarah Kane’s turn to get the Tristram Kenton treatment from the Guardian’s archive, and what…

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TV Review: Van der Valk Series 1

The location shots of Amsterdam are wonderful but Series 1 of Van der Valk is crushingly boring…

Posted in Bunker Theatre Inua Ellams Jack Thorne Jasmine Lee-Jones Rachel De-lahay Theatre Theatre review Top plays of 2019

Review: My White Best Friend, Bunker Theatre

My White Best Friend (and even more letters left unsaid) sees the Bunker Theatre start the process…