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High Society

Wednesday July 8 was one of the best nights I have had since coming to London. The Old Vic Theatre which is just down the street from the dorms is currently showing… 167 more words

London And Other UK Adventures

J.K Rowling brings the magic back through cursed child

by Christina Somolu

Harry Potter, who has already cast his spell in print and on the big screen, is to make his theatre debut in London next year, his creator JK Rowling has revealed.  336 more words

Cursed Child

High Society

A confession: I have never seen the classic film High Society. This could be a good thing, as it meant that I didn’t have to keep comparing it to Maria Friedman’s new version at the Old Vic. 267 more words


Birdsong at Bristol Old Vic

A nation’s favourite novel, Birdsong, by Sebastian Faulks, has received some serious restructuring by Rachel Wagstaff, whose stage version is remarkably accessible.

The tale of Stephen Wraysford and his 1910 love affair with Isabelle, the wife of his French host, intersperses in flashback form with his horrors of leading scores of men into the deathly Battle of the Somme, six years later. 501 more words


THEATRE REVIEW: Clarence Darrow, Old Vic

It feels like a Kevin Spacey party at the moment: as he leaves his post as artistic director of the Old Vic, his Special Award at the 2015 Oliviers and his own gala night are showering praises on him, and the re-run of his 2014 hit show gives more audiences a chance to see why. 402 more words


'Groundhog Day' Musical to Bow in Matthew Warchus' First Season at London's Old Vic

The musical version of “Groundhog Day” as well as starring stage turns for Ralph Fiennes (in Henrik Ibsen’s “Master Builder”) and Timothy Spall (in Harold Pinter’s “The Caretaker”) are among the shows on tap for artistic director Matthew Warchus’s inaugural season at the Old Vic in London. 475 more words