London Theatre Blog
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Rush performance for Young Marx
Saturday 14 October 2017
We caught a rush performance of Young Marx with Rory Kinnear, and a first look at the spanking new Bridge Theatre ahead of the start of next week's previews.
Co-op help for theatre
Sunday 24 September 2017
One of our team discovers that doing the shopping can help the community, including a local theatre, thanks to a commendably thoughtful scheme by the Co-op.
Panto time looms once more ...
Monday 28 August 2017
Yes, as we start to leave summer behind, thoughts turn to another festive season and the upcoming barrage of panto mayhem and, probably, the reappearance of some well-worn jokes.
Super Tuesday and more ...
Tuesday 15 August 2017
It's another Super Tuesday! That's the day which usually offers the biggest number of shows starting their runs in London. And today we added some new festival listings, 8 new show listings as well as a new event.
In conversation - A Midsummer Night's Dream
Monday 14 March 2016
At the Lyric, Hammersmith last week, three directors of A Midsummer Night's Dream discussed why this play is so appealing and cherished as one of Shakespeare's best-loved comedies.
1616: A good year for some
Saturday 12 March 2016
1616 might not have been a good year for William Shakespeare, but another playwright found more in the way of good fortune ...
Table Top Shakespeare - Macbeth
Sunday 6 March 2016
Compulsive storytelling here from Forced Entertainment who use everyday objects to help them tell Shakespeare's plays in an innovative and riveting way.
Weekend of Shakespeare
Saturday 5 March 2016
It's a Shakespeare weekend if ever there was one - with the Barbican flinging open its doors for a jamboree which has many free events on offer. And there's still chance this evening to see the Shakespeare Son et Lumière at the Guildhall.