Previously a Tony Award-nominated Broadway hit, Ian McElhinney revisits a West End favourite he first directed 15 years ago, re-acquainting audiences with this popular play by Belfast-based playwright Marie Jones.
Artswrap spoke to director Conrad Nelson as Northern Broadsides heads off on tour with a production of Oliver Goldsmith's She Stoops to Conquer.
Artswrap: What attracted you to the idea of directing She Stoops to Conquer?
Conrad Nelson:"Written in
Ridley Smith leads a high-powered life of business deals and table-dancers, but when he successfully cons a client to help the company, he begins to ask: what does all this money do?
Determined to start living more with less, Ridley embarks on a journe
Ben Ockrent's new comedy Breeders is bright and breezy, acted with a fresh vigour and has some pertinent things to say about the desire to parent (whether you're gay and want to, or straight and don't) and build a family.