The National Theatre in the UK has come up with another little gem of a series, Careers at The National, which they have just begun posting on YouTube. 147 more words
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Our guest blogger this week is Toby the rat currently starring in The National Theatre’s award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The production receives its Birmingham Hippodrome premiere next week. 475 more words
Caryl Churchill’s play about the English revolution, a moment in history that could have changed this country forever – imagine, no Jubilee parties and commemorative mugs – but instead sort of fizzled out leaving the French and the Americans to show us how to do it properly. 673 more words
Women Centre Stage: Heroines was much-anticipated since Sphinx Theatre launched the event back in October. Aimed at getting more female voices onto our stages, Women Centre Stage was a varied and vibrant festival of “prompts and provocations”, garnering contributions from some of our most impressive emerging and established artists. 583 more words
Published by SAVAGE Magazine.
You can gauge a lot about a time and a society just by looking at the plays it commissions and performs. A few weeks ago we had Michael Wynne’s portrait of a crumbling NHS, ‘Who Cares?’, open at the Royal Court on the verge of a closely-fought election. 1,139 more words