Adjoa Andoh and Lynette Linton direct the first ever company of women of colour in a Shakespeare play on a
INVISIBLE CITIES, inspired by the 1972 novel of the same name, will make its debut at this year’s Manchester International
Director Christopher Haydon‘s production of Kazuo Ishiguro’s THE REMAINS OF THE DAY has opened at Northampton Royal & Derngate, to rave reviews: ★★★★ “Christopher
Lynette Linton has been announced as the new artistic director of the Bush Theatre. Lynette has made her name as a groundbreaking
The Funeral Director is an incisive and heartfelt story of sexuality, gender and religion in 21st-century Britain. Directed by Hannah Hauer-
The reviews for debbie tucker green’s EAR FOR EYE, which premiered at the Royal Court this week, are now in:
The new National Theatre 2019 season was announced today and, with it, a whole host of new Agency shows. Katie
Malorie Blackman’s Noughts & Crosses sequence of novels continues – Crossfire will be published in 2019 by Penguin Random House Children’s.
Lynette Linton, former Resident Assistant Director, is returning to the Donmar Warehouse to direct Lynn Nottage’s SWEAT from 7th December 2018 to
Kele Okereke has worked on the score for the new play marking his first theatrical project, working alongside Matt Jones. Kele
DEM Productions presents DUST Written by Milly Thomas Directed by Sara Joyce Trafalgar Studios from 4th September to 13th
Chris Haydon has won his third Fringe First, the prestigious awards given out by The Scotsman at the Edinburgh Festival.
“Gary McNair is having a fantastic fringe. After the Cuts, his play about the dismantlement of the NHS, is darkly witty
LA MALADIE DE LA MORT: Festival Theatre, Edinburgh – 17th – 19th August Straight from the Théâtre Des Bouffes Du
Anatomy Lecture Theatre – Summerhall | 1-26 AUGUST 2018 at 1:05pm It’s hard to know things, isn’t it? Have you ever