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25 blogs about Theatre.

  1. 2nd from Bottom
    Reviewing the situation... By John Chapman. 🇬🇧 More info

    Happy 85th, Sir Alan
    Four years ago this production was supposed to happen – the pandemic happened instead. On the occasion of Alan Ayckbourn’s 85th birthday, however, I thought it was high time that I reshared my thoughts about …
    By John Chapman, 50 words
  2. Aleks Sierz - Blog
    Journalist, author, broadcaster and theatre critic. New Writing for the British Stage. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Cord
    Favourite stage direction: “The baby should be imagined, visually and sonically. All objects are also to be imagined.” (Bijan Sheibani’s The Cord) The post The Cord appeared first on Aleks Sierz.
    By Aleks Sierz, 33 words
  3. Aleks Sierz - Reviews
    Journalist, author, broadcaster and theatre critic. New Writing for the British Stage. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Cord, Bush Theatre
    One of life’s paradoxes is that the closer you are to someone the more distant they sometimes feel. But is this always true? With the arrival of a new baby, especially if it’s your first …
    By Aleks Sierz, 1,193 words
  4. All Edinburgh
    Reviews, news and previews edited by Thom Dibdin. By Thom Dibdin, et al. 🇬🇧 More info

    Jason Donovan gets Rocky at Playhouse
    Rocky Horror Show tours to Playhouse in Jan 2025 Tickets are now on sale (click here) for the Rocky Horror Show touring to the Edinburgh Playhouse in January 2025 with Jason Donovan reprising his role …
    By Thom Dibdin, 371 words
  5. The Ballet Star Galactica
    Aka That Ballerina Act. A blog about the performer life. Cabaret turn, author, classical bass-baritone. By Iestyn Edwards. 🇬🇧 More info

    My Audiobook - the Shameless Plug
    Here’s my audiobook for you. Click to buy My Tutu Went AWOL! It’s self-narrated: with songs, adlibs and bloopers as standard.‘Achingly funny!’ Daily Mail‘A book unlike any other, of a story unlike any other. Totally …
    By Iestyn Edwards, 242 words
  6. Breaking The Fourth Wall
    Michael Davis' thoughts on theatre and the Arts. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Girl in the Green Room, Brockley Jack Studio Theatre – Review
    On the evening that I visited the Brockley Jack Studio Theatre, for the first time in ages, it was raining ‘cats and dogs’ – the sort of weather you would do your damnedest to stay …
    By Michael Davis, 379 words
  7. The Circus Diaries
    Circus Thoughts From Circus People. By Katharine Kavanagh, et al. 🇬🇧 More info

    ‘Tess’, by Ockham’s Razor
    Review from: The Peacock Theatre (Sadlers Wells), London; 3rd February 2024 I approach circus-theatre with an element of dread, fearful[…] The post ‘Tess’, by Ockham’s Razor appeared first on The Circus Diaries.
    By Charlie Holland, 36 words
  8. Cultural Capital
    Theatre, arts and events in London. By Maryam Philpott. 🇬🇧 More info

    Romeo and Juliet – Duke of York’s Theatre
    It has been fascinating to watch Jamie Lloyd’s development as a director over the last ten years and the different phases of work that have evolved to inform his latest production, Romeo and Juliet, the …
    By Maryam Philpott, 64 words
  9. The Family Stage
    For PLAYful families: News and reviews of theatrical things for every age. 🇬🇧 More info

    REVIEW: Porridge Boy, Ageless Arts (Greenwich Theatre)
    With the development of new work at the heart of its mission, Greenwich Theatre recently welcomed new production company Ageless Arts for the premiere of Porridge Boy. Championing previously unpublished playwrights over 50, Ageless Arts’ …
    By The Family Stage, 624 words
  10. Glasgow Theatre Blog
    The best place for news, interviews and reviews of theatre in Glasgow and beyond. By Lauren Humphreys. 🇬🇧 More info

    Dr Ranj Singh joins the cast of & Juliet coming to the King’s
    The producers of the global sensation & JULIET are delighted to announce that Dr Ranj Singh will make his musical theatre debut playing the role of Lance in the upcoming UK and Ireland tour which …
    By glasgowtheatreblog, 701 words
  11. Kris Hallett - life as theatre
    Director, Teacher, Writer. 🇬🇧 More info

    The Theatre Week: Black Mountain and The River
    Fletcher Garrard and Mira Edrisingha Black Mountain ©Craig Fuller There are several thematic similarities in the first double bill of the Bristol Old Vic Summer Festival. Both Brad Birch’s Black Mountain (☆☆☆) and Jez Butterworth’s …
    By kristopherhallett, 831 words
  12. LouReviews
    London theatre - films, books, digital shows worldwide. By Louise Penn. 🇬🇧 More info

    Brighton Fringe review: Hiding Behind the Mask
    Topped and tailed by the songs of Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse, Hiding Behind The Mask comprises two lectures looking at jokers, Fools, vaudevillians and comics. New York professor Rosemary George takes a measured look …
    By Louise Penn, 75 words
  13. Man in Chair
    Music Theatre, Opera, Ballet and Play Reviews. By Simon Parris. 🇦🇺 More info

    The Odd Couple review [Melbourne 2024]
    Just shy of sixty years young, Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple returns in a brightly polished, perfectly cast, utterly hilarious revival. A true Broadway classic, the hit 1965 comedy spawned not just a Hollywood movie …
    By Simon Parris, 585 words
  14. Mind the blog
    Here you’ll find reviews and features on theatre, concerts, albums, and anything else that’s even tenuously related. By Debbie. 🇬🇧 More info

    “You have to be serious about crime if you want to afford to be in love.” Anthony Shaffer’s acclaimed & award-winning play Sleuth has been revived for a nationwide tour starring Todd Boyce and Neil …
    By Debbie, 548 words
  15. Musical Theatre Review
    Onstage. Backstage. Worldwide. 🇬🇧 More info

    Tour News: 101 Dalmatians, & Juliet, Burlesque The Musical, Chicago, Heathers The Musical, Tina – The Tina Turner Musical and more
    Angela Thomas rounds up some of the latest musical theatre tour news, from 101 Dalmatians to Only Fools and Horses, via & Juliet and Burlesque. 101 Dalmatians The full cast has been unveiled for the …
    2,995 words
  16. News, reviews and opinion from the cheapest seat
    By Shanine Salmon. 🇬🇧 More info

    Re-Animator The Bloody Musical, The Drayton Arms
    There’s a trailer for an American version of Re-Animator The Musical that features a large cast, impressive songs and a heavy dose of blood and gore that makes it look like it’s a delight, at …
    By Alex Finch, 817 words
  17. Partially Obstructed View
    Writing down what I think about theatre I've seen in That London, whether I've been asked to or not. By Nick. 🇬🇧 More info

    Theatre review: Twelfth Night, or What You Will(Regent's Park Open Air Theatre)
    Well it's a good job I'm already more than familiar with the plot of this one, because any show featuring Nicholas Karimi as a sugar daddy in a low-cut top is going to be a …
    By nick730, 937 words
  18. The Play's The Thing UK
    British Theatre & Performance Criticism. By Laura Kressly. 🇬🇧 More info

    People, Places and Things, Trafalgar Theatre
    by Zahid Fayyaz First performed in 2015 at the National Theatre, Duncan Macmillan’s addiction drama subsequently had a run in the West End and then off-Broadway in New York. It is now back again in …
    By laurakressly, 364 words
  19. Rev Stan's theatre blog
    Reviews, views and interviews by a theatre fan. 🇬🇧 More info

    Review: Romeo & Juliet, Duke of York's Theatre starring Tom Holland and Francesca Amewudah-Rivers
    Director Jamie Lloyd is behind this new production of Romeo & Juliet with Spider-Man Tom Holland as the star name. He's a director whose work I love, particularly for the way he takes familiar plays …
    By Rev Stan, 64 words
  20. Rewrite This Story
    For all your musical theatre needs including news, reviews and interviews straight from the West End and Broadway! By Olivia Mitchell. 🇬🇧 More info

    Bonnie and Clyde the Musical on tour delivers a Thrilling Theatrical Experience | New Victoria Theatre | Review
    Bonnie and Clyde (Tour)New Victoria TheatreOriginally blazing onto the Broadway scene in 2011, Bonnie and Clyde: The Musical quickly gained a cult following for its bold storytelling and infectious tunes. Since finally debuting in London …
    631 words