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Arthur Miller's 'No Villain' / Trafalgar Studios

Arthur Miller‘s No Villain is an oddity. Written when Miller was starting out, the play had never been performed till last year after director… 79 more words


Review - The Local Stigmatic - Melies Productions at the Old Red Lion

I was intrigued by the invitation to see a play described as a “sinister, disturbing study of psychosis, fame, obsession and envy. Darkly comical at times, it reveals society’s fascination with ‘celebrity’ and the resentment it can provoke.” This is an ongoing problem in our society, where there are more celebrities than ever thanks to reality TV and social media. 423 more words

Director - The Spanish Tragedy

By Thomas Kyd

At the Old Red Lion Theatre 9th February – 5th March 2016

How far would you go to get revenge?

You’d unfriend them. 99 more words


World Premiere of Arthur Miller Play 'No Villain'

To mark the centenary of Arthur Miller’s birth, Sean Turner and the Old Red Lion will present the World Premiere of the until now long-lost first play of one of America’s greatest dramatists and political icons. 185 more words



A young woman stands on a doorstep in the rain, holding a fish bowl containing a fish. She carries a backpack and she’s cold and wet and asking to come in… 524 more words


Sparks, Old Red Lion

There’s something elemental about Sparks. It’s all water and fire: two opposing forces meeting, like the two sisters at the play’s heart. Jess turns up on Sarah’s doorstep drenched, clasping a fishbowl in both hands. 694 more words


Playground at Old Red Lion Theatre Pub – 3 Stars

Peter Hamilton’s Playground is billed as a murder mystery set in a fragmented, broken society. Supposedly, it follows an investigation into the decapitation of several small children, all of which are found with an Enid Blyton novel laid open on their murdered bodies. 232 more words