Tag Archives: New York

Macbeth at the Young Vic November 2015

“Stars, hide your fires; Let not light see my black and deep desires.” From the Young Vic: “Following their critically acclaimed collaboration on Medea at the National Theatre, Carrie Cracknell and Lucy Guerin create a new version of Shakespeare’s supernatural … Continue reading

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Hostage Song at Finborough Theatre Opening June 22

I’ve never been disappointed with any production I’ve seen at the wonderful Finborough Theatre and now that the pub is re-opened, make sure you catch some of the summer lineup.   You can start in June with Hostage Song. “I’ve spent … Continue reading

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Other Desert Cities at Old Vic March 13-May 24th

  Other Desert Cities opens at the Old Vic in March written by  screenwriter Jon Robin Baitz, best known as the creator of the internationally successful TV series, Brothers and Sisters and the first in a season to be presented … Continue reading

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Hatchards Bloomsbury Book Club with Patrick McGrath on May 30th

Today’s Financial Times had a great review of Patrick McGrath‘s “superb” new book Constance and McGrath will appear at theHatchards Bloomsbury Book Club  this month to discuss this “masterful novel of psychological suspense and marriage n 1960s America. Hatchards Bloomsbury … Continue reading

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Rent at the The Tabard Theatre

From the Tabard “In its 20th anniversary year ‘Pindar Theatre Productions’ will be performing the Tony award and Pulitzer Prize winning musical ‘RENT’   Pindar Theatre Productions are a new professional company who are passionate about creating diverse and intense theatre … Continue reading

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How a show that first flops becomes a hit

Interesting read about  the art of revivals in the Guardian.  I’ve heard great things about Sondheim‘s Merrily We Roll Along which I’m going to see at the Menier Chocolate Factory next week, but also was aware that it was one … Continue reading

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The Sweet Smell of Success through December 22nd

The Sweet Smell of Success is having its British Premiere this week and running through December.  Based on the novella by Ernest Lehman and the MGM/United Artists film, the story is set in 1952 and follows New York’s number one … Continue reading

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