Anthony Walker-Cook

Anthony Walker-Cook Anthony is a PhD candidate at UCL but aspires to work in casting when he finishes studying. He is editor of London Student's Theatre section and contributes an interview series to the Sondheim Society's magazine. He's probably in a theatre somewhere not working on his PhD.
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BWW Review: WIFE, Kiln TheatreBWW Review: WIFE, Kiln Theatre
Posted: Jun. 5, 2019


BWW Review: SWEAT, Gielgud TheatreBWW Review: SWEAT, Gielgud Theatre
Posted: Jun. 13, 2019


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BWW Review: THE FIRM, Hampstead TheatreBWW Review: THE FIRM, Hampstead Theatre
Posted: May. 15, 2019


BWW Review: WIFE, Kiln TheatreBWW Review: WIFE, Kiln Theatre
Posted: Jun. 5, 2019


BWW Review: SWEAT, Gielgud TheatreBWW Review: SWEAT, Gielgud Theatre
Posted: Jun. 13, 2019


BWW Review: SWEAT, Gielgud Theatre
June 13, 2019

At a quieter moment of Lynn Nottage's Sweat, Jessie (Leanne Best) stands with a cake celebrating her 43rd birthday in Mike's Tavern. If not for the bartender Stan (Stuart McQuarrie) and his assistant Oscar (Sebastian Capitan Viveros), Jessie would be alone. Dressed in white cowgirl boots, Jessie whispers how she 'just wants to be kissed'.

BWW Review: WIFE, Kiln Theatre
June 5, 2019

Premiering at the Kiln Theatre, Samuel Adamson's 'Wife' is a retelling of Henrik Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' that focuses on four generations of lovers.

BWW Review: THE FIRM, Hampstead Theatre
May 15, 2019

For all its bravado and comedy, Roy Williams'The Firm is a potent piece about masculinity. Set in an attractive south London pub, four friends have gathered to celebrate the release of their friend Shaun, who has spent the past 12 years in prison. But as the evening continues, an unexpected guest and copious amounts of alcohol prompt revelations about all of those gathered.