In October, David Tennant returns to the West End in Dominic Cooke's revival of C.P Taylor's Good - the highly anticipated and pertinent political play centered around World War II.
Theatre News and Reviews
DAVID TENNANT Returns to the West End in GOOD
By Josephine Balfour-Oatts Wednesday, February 12 2020, 11:40
Review: MUSIK at Leicester Square Theatre
By Stuart King Wednesday, February 12 2020, 10:45
Jonathan Harvey’s egomaniacal creation Billie Trix — self-proclaimed icon, rock-star and screen-goddess — hits the stage again, nearly 20 years after Frances Barber first inhabited the outrageous character in Closer to Heaven. “I Am Art” she declares - and who are we to argue?
Frances Barber as Billie Trix in MUSIK by Pet Shop Boys and Jonathan Harvey. Photo Marc Brenner.
Review: DEATH OF ENGLAND at The National Theatre
By Nastazja Domaradzka Wednesday, February 12 2020, 06:48
Rafe Spall delivers a highly skilled performance in Roy Williams and Clint Dyer’s DEATH OF ENGLAND. The monologue reflects at large on why Great Britain finds itself in the current political situation and no doubt for many will present as a highly charged piece of political theatre.
Review: THE HAYSTACK at Hampstead Theatre
By Stuart King Tuesday, February 11 2020, 11:02
The new Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre Roxana Silbert, marks her directing debut for the house with a scorchingly delivered exposé of our national security eavesdroppers and what happens when their unfettered access to personal data, reveals more than they expect.
Sarah Woodward (Hannah), Oliver Johnstone (Neil) and Enyi Okoronkwo (Zef) in The Haystack at Hampstead Theatre. Photo credit Ellie Kurttz.
The West End With KOKO BROWN
By Josephine Balfour-Oatts Tuesday, February 11 2020, 10:06
This week, West End Editor Josephine Balfour-Oatts gets a one-way ticket to Theatreland alongside Koko Brown. A deft guide to London's quieter corners, Brown highlights the magic found in our city's lesser-known spaces.