The ambitious six month, star-studded Pinter at the Pinter season continues apace with Pinter 3, an evening of 11 works by the playwright written between 1959 and 1997.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: PINTER 3 at the Harold Pinter Theatre
By Tim Winter Wednesday, November 14 2018, 18:04
Review: HADESTOWN at the National Theatre
By Phil Willmott Wednesday, November 14 2018, 15:51
The folksy musical HADESTOWN arrives at the main stage of our National Theatre with a great deal of expectation appropriate to a piece which began as a low key acoustic set of songs which were picked up and developed by some very prestigious North American Theatres until it made a stir in NYC.
Review: YERMA at Cervantes Theatre
By Lara Alier Wednesday, November 14 2018, 15:16
Jorge de Juan’s productuon of YERMA is set in the fruitful land of Cuba just before Castro’s regime. The sight of a hammock centre stage is a clear visual indication that this production is set in the Caribbean. It hangs alongside a structure made with something that could have been dried sugar cane.
Leila Damilola in Yerma. Picture by Elena Molina.
A Beginner's Guide to London Theatre’s Pantomime Dames
By Phil Willmott Monday, November 12 2018, 09:53
Like most people working in British Theatre I begin rehearsals for Pantomime this week.
It’s the most traditional form of Christmas entertainment for UK audiences but for outsiders it can seem bewildering.
London Theatre Commemorates the end of The First World War in Three Striking Productions
By Phil Willmott Monday, November 12 2018, 09:41
WAR HORSE is back at the National Theatre to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War and a night of theatre is the perfect way to contemplate the sacrifice millions made in that terrible conflict.
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