Theatre | Three Way is an incredible thought-provoking new play exploring the emotional impact of the bisexual experience

Three Way is a collection of three monologues, two from the point of view of a bisexual man, David and Guy, and one from Clara, the daughter of a bisexual father. Collectively these monologues explore topics of identity, regret, shame and love across a spectrum of life experience… Read More Theatre | Three Way is an incredible thought-provoking new play exploring the emotional impact of the bisexual experience

Theatre | The Definition of Charisma by writer Nay Murphy explores the human condition through the intensity of best friendship

The play is about two best friends, Fifi (played by Ella Peattie) and Charlie (played by Nay Murphy).  As they tidy up from a party, tensions from the weekend unfold. Infatuated with Fifi’s mind, Charlie makes her the unwitting subject of a psychological study. But perhaps, Fifi knows more than Charlie realises…… Read More Theatre | The Definition of Charisma by writer Nay Murphy explores the human condition through the intensity of best friendship

Get your claws in to a little theatre this summer with a truly jellicle one-man comedy extravaganza

How to live a Jellicle Life… is a one man comedic parody that celebrates one of the biggest cinematic flops of recent years. It combines a passion for the film and a critical eye of the movie’s theatrical highs and lows that is reminiscent of a cross between an academic analysis of b-movie flop and a giggle-inducing camp stand up show.… Read More Get your claws in to a little theatre this summer with a truly jellicle one-man comedy extravaganza

Halloween Digital Festival ‘SHAKESPEARE AND FEAR’ to include staged reading of Macbeth from 2018 critically acclaimed production

Filmed in the candle-lit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, ‘Shakespeare and Fear’ is the second digital festival streaming online from 31 October to 9 November. The festival opens on Halloween with Deep Night, Dark Night – a film of old, new and true ghost stories, followed by Macbeth: A Conjuring, a staged reading of the Scottish play from the critically acclaimed 2018 ensemble, and In Conversation: Fear in our Moment, a panel discussion on the potent nature of fear and its impact on all our lives. There will also be spooky ‘how-to’ workshops for all the family.… Read More Halloween Digital Festival ‘SHAKESPEARE AND FEAR’ to include staged reading of Macbeth from 2018 critically acclaimed production

Bring the Theatre to your living room: Watch plays from The National Theatre Live for free on YouTube every Thursday

From Thursday 2 April, a number of productions previously screened in cinemas globally as a part of National Theatre Live will be made available to watch via the National Theatre’s YouTube channel. The first production to be broadcast as part of NATIONAL THEATRE AT HOME will be Richard Bean’s One Man Two Guvnors featuring a… Read More Bring the Theatre to your living room: Watch plays from The National Theatre Live for free on YouTube every Thursday

Shakespeare on the Sofa: The Globe announces new digital content, free films, Mark Rylance’s ‘Shakespeare Walks’, and online support for students.

Shakespeare’s Globe has been preparing a raft of new digital content to continue to engage its audiences with Shakespeare’s works. Shakespeare & Love in Isolation will see artists, in times of solitude and from their place of sanctuary, sharing some of the greatest words ever written. The series will be released as soon as possible,… Read More Shakespeare on the Sofa: The Globe announces new digital content, free films, Mark Rylance’s ‘Shakespeare Walks’, and online support for students.

Silently Hoping at Applecart Arts: Award-winning play writer Iskandar R. Sharazuddin explores what it can mean to come from a mixed cultural heritage in a modern world

Finding your identity isn’t easy. It is what can make getting older so hard to do. There are so many aspects of yourself that you may end up questioning. Your sexuality, where you grew up, your parent’s heritage, your religious beliefs and even the job you do can all leave marks on the way you… Read More Silently Hoping at Applecart Arts: Award-winning play writer Iskandar R. Sharazuddin explores what it can mean to come from a mixed cultural heritage in a modern world

A conversation with Jacoba Williams about starring in the play Before I Was A Bear and creating theatre at The Bunker: “it is not tick boxing … it feels like we are doing just what should be done”

Award-winning actor Jacoba Williams (A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Shakespeare’s Globe; Queens of Sheba) takes an animalistic turn in Before I Was A Bear, the debut play from Eleanor Tindall. The play revamps a Greek myth and comically explores issues for women in today’s society. I got to chat with Jacoba about the play, creating art… Read More A conversation with Jacoba Williams about starring in the play Before I Was A Bear and creating theatre at The Bunker: “it is not tick boxing … it feels like we are doing just what should be done”

Nuclear Future – The play that contemplates what happens to your family when the Doomsday Clock strikes midnight

The world is a little crazy right now. A little while ago there was a false alarm of a nuclear attack in Hawaii and people thought it was real. In a world where the Doomsday clock sits at 2 minutes to midnight, award-winning production company, Gameshow wants you ask what happens to your family. Nuclear… Read More Nuclear Future – The play that contemplates what happens to your family when the Doomsday Clock strikes midnight

“I was capable of more than just being ‘generic Scandinavian background actor’” – Linus Karp talks about taking risks with his upcoming tour

Awkward Conversations with Animals I’ve F**ked is quite a title for a theatre play. The play itself is written about Rob Hayes and tells the story of Bobby whom after a long time of feeling lonely and unloved finds comfort in becoming intimately involved with animals. As weird as this may sound, it is important… Read More “I was capable of more than just being ‘generic Scandinavian background actor’” – Linus Karp talks about taking risks with his upcoming tour