Alan Bissett’s (MORE) MOIRA MONOLOGUES has been nominated for ‘Best New Play’ at the Critics Awards for Theatre in Scotland. This
Grotty is a dark, savage, and unflinching exploration of lesbian subculture in London. Written by award-winning writer Izzy Tennyson (Brute, Runts, Career Boy) and directed by Hannah Hauer-King (Dry
In spring last year, wearing inappropriate footwear and driving a dinky wee car that is quite frankly not cut out
Helen Blakeman’s series, adapted from Dame Jacqueline Wilson’s novel, is returning for a fourth series. Helen’s episodes will open and
Red Raftery is a powerful man and used to getting what he wants. He owns 300 acres of the finest
SAFE is produced by Red, created by Harlan Coben, and stars Michael C Hall as widowed surgeon in an affluent
LEAN ON PETE, will be in UK cinemas from Friday 4th May. Written and directed by Andrew Haigh, enjoyed its
Congratulations to Anna McCleery whose original show, which she co-created with Vicki Lutas, won the Outstanding Children’s or Family Viewing
Kwame Kwei-Armah’s eagerly anticipated first season as the Young Vic’s artistic director has been announced, and it features a new
It’s been a long time coming but it’s finally here! Education, Education, Education arrives in London this week playing nightly
Idris Elba presents a taste of his childhood from 1980s London in this brand new comedy which charts the adventures
Formerly The Tricycle Theatre, the renovated and renamed Kiln Theatre brands itself “a place of energy, creativity and stories in Kilburn” as it
Martin Jarvis reprises his award-winning Broadway characterisation as Jeeves. Comic mastery directed by Rosalind Ayres and also starring Joanna Lumley,
Jez Butterworth’s Northern Irish drama The Ferryman was named Best New Play and director Sam Mendes won the Olivier for Best Director.
Following an acclaimed debut at Latitude Festival 2015, Poleroid Theatre in association with the Mercury Theatre Colchester present PLASTIC, written by BAFTA nominated, prizewinning playwright Kenny Emson.