Such is the plausibility of Danny, the rough-sleeping protagonist of Tim Price's solo show, that one wonders whether, like George Orwell, the Welsh playwright might have spent a few nights on the streets for the sake of authenticity.
A unique series of one to one conversations with high profile performers, talking personally, candidly and entertainingly about their life and art over twelve, fortnightly Monday evenings with interviews conducted by Fiona Lindsay.
In an age of celebri
West End Switched Off is a new, exciting series of concerts and recordings that take musical theatre songs, and arrange them into acoustic, 'unplugged' covers, collaborating with lots of different talented musicians and performers. Featuring some of your
A short lecture concert by Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion; an argument about why they do what they do, and the usefulness – or not – of the structures and scores they use.
The talk is accompanied by piano music played live by Matteo Fargion,
Renowned worldwide, Ellen Terry was considered the greatest female Shakespearean performer in the 19th century. Her work on the playwright shines a light on Shakespeare’s portrayal of feisty, troubled, down-trodden, complex, witty and triumphant women.
Lisa Dwan returns to the Royal Court Theatre to perform a one-woman Samuel Beckett trilogy after a critically acclaimed sell-out run of his landmark one–woman piece Not I, performed at the Royal Court forty years after the theatre held its UK premiere.
Joanna Murray Smith's unforgettable character monologues, 'as observant as
anything in Alan Bennett's Talking Heads' (The Guardian), are distinctive and rare gems of modern drama.
Don't miss the chance to see them revived in the West End for the first