After two sold-out runs at Battersea Arts Centre and at the world-renowned Salzburg Festival, Little Bulb Theatre’s critically-acclaimed production of Orpheus will be staged at the Royal Opera House Linbury Studio Theatre as part of the 2015 Deloitte Ignite Festival (15-19 Sept), Bristol Old Vic (23-26 Sept), Nuffield Southampton (29 Sept-3 Oct), Liverpool Everyman (20-24 Oct) and Birmingham Repertory Theatre (28-31 Oct) on its first-ever tour in the UK.
I think the reality is, there is enough ambiguity in the symbolism of the piece that each audience member can read what they like in the story and ultimately does it matter if there is some deep seated message out there? Probably not, because after sixty minutes I guarantee that you will leave the theatre really happy at seeing such a well crafted and highly enjoyable piece of theatre that you will be discussing for quite a while afterwards.
Presented as part of the ‘Alchemy’ season at the South Bank Centre, “Arabian Nights” is a wonderful way to keep adults entertained and children completely enthralled for an hour or so. A wonderful theatrical presentation.
After an excellent opening night, I was really looking forward to going back to TheatreN16 to see if they could maintain the momentum they had started. I have to say, I was not disappointed and last night’s production consisted of two outstanding shows.
So, from music hall to Harry Potter. Georgie Girl to Barnum. Noel Coward to Shakespeare. It’s all here. The personal history of a captivating star who, over the years has entertained us all. From helping the sixties to swing, he is still creating a current fan base with his Harry Potter work. There are no signs of him stopping any time soon. You will leave the theatre with a smile on your face.
Review of Richard II at St Bartholomew The Great London
Riddle me this. What do you get when you cross the work of Stratford-upon-Avon’s greatest playwright with London’s oldest church and the world stage? You get Scena Mundi’s wonderful production of William Shakespeare’s “Richard II” at St Bartholomew The Great, London.
On Sunday 13th September, the cast will share a bill with Madness, Kelis and Laura Mvula as they perform at the On Blackheath Festival.
Prior to that, on Thursday 11th June, the cast will play the London Music Awards at the Roundhouse in Camden. The awards are organized by the Mayor’s Music Fund and performers include Laura Doggett, Ibibio Sound Machine and Belle Chen.
Not only was there cake there were also signed show posters for sale. Barbara Windsor and Christopher Biggins judged the show cakes and presented best cake to The Mousetrap Team, with a very nice trophy.
The One Day of the Year is part of ‘The Great War 100’ season at the Finborough Theatre, commemorating the centenary of an event whose ripples are still being felt today. If anyone is in the vicinity of the Finborough I can thoroughly recommend your time and money being spent on this production, for its limited run. You’ll come out feeling touched, enhanced and educated, and not at all like two hours have just passed.
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