Jean Cocteau's monodrama from 1930, about the end of a love affair conducted over the telephone and heard solely from the jilted woman's side of the conversation, is given a contemporary makeover in this new version, written and directed by Daniel Raggett.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: THE HUMAN VOICE at the Gate Theatre
By Tim Winter Saturday, September 22 2018, 07:07
REVIEW: Flawed ____like a b_y at The Glory
By Monty Leigh Friday, September 21 2018, 20:30
“Red wine, ecstasy and heavy rock” - Flawed like a boy is a coming of age and a coming out story, that allows an audience to smell, hear and feel the experiences of a queer man growing up in Australia from the 1980s until now.
Review: SONGLINES at HighTide Festival
By Christian Durham Thursday, September 20 2018, 21:09
After a stop off in Edinburgh and Aldeburgh, Hightide lands in Walthamstow for its two-week London season. A pop-up hub of music, comedy, food, family shows and theatre with plenty of exciting new writing.
Review: THE PRISONER at the National Theatre
By Justin Murray Wednesday, September 19 2018, 18:36
Who is The Prisoner, Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne’s latest show, for? What effect is it trying to have on those people?
Hervé Goffings and Kalieaswari Srinivasan in The Prisoner. Photo by Ryan Buchanan
Review: FOXFINDER at the Ambassador's Theatre
By Hugh Wooldridge Wednesday, September 19 2018, 07:52
Foxfinder was originally seen in 2011 in a tiny, but hugely acclaimed, production at the Finborough Theatre, directed by Blanche McIntyre. For that production the author, Dawn King, won the Royal National Theatre Foundation Playwright award, the Most Promising Playwright at the Off West End Awards and was shortlisted for Best New Play at the Off West End Awards.
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