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Photos: Inside Rehearsal For NYE at the National Theatre

The National Theatre and Wales Millennium Centre have released rehearsal photos for Nye. Check out the photos here!

Full Cast Announced for the National Theatre's NYE, Starring Michael Sheen

The National Theatre and Wales Millenium Centre have announced the full cast for Nye as the company begins rehearsals. Tim Price's (Teh Internet is Serious Business) new play directed by Rufus Norris (Small Island), charts the life of Aneurin 'Nye' Bevan and his battle to create the NHS. Michael Sheen is cast as Nye in this co-production between the National Theatre and Wales Millennium Centre.

Review: A WOMAN WALKS INTO A BANK, Theatre503

**** A Woman Walks into a Bank is a blazing production, rammed with pathos, humour and a fabulously comedic cat #memory #aging #socialapathy #cat #offwestend @roxyjoycook @theatre503 @NancyPoolePR

Cast Set For COMPOSITOR E at Omnibus Theatre 

Omnibus Theatre has announced the full cast for Charlie Dupré’s Compositor E as part of the theatre’s 10th Birthday Season. Set in a print shop working on what would become Shakespeare’s First Folio, Compositor E is presented in line with the 400th anniversary of its printing. Artistic Director Marie McCarthy directs Tré Medley (John Leason), Kaffe Keating (Isaac Jaggard) and David Monteith (Richard Bardolph).

Photos: Inside Rehearsal For Talawa Theatre Company's RECOGNITION

All new rehearsal images have been released for Talawa Theatre Company’s major new production, Recognition, which is premiering at Fairfield Halls, Croydon, from 1st – 24th June as part of London Borough of Culture 2023 - This Is Croydon.

Review: SAP, Soho Theatre

Rafaella Marcus pinpoints the eternal bisexual struggle in Sap, which has come to London after a starry sell-out run at Edinburgh Fringe last year. She explores prejudice and stereotype, fetishisation and biphobia through a precise commentary wrapped into a viscerally poetic tale. When Daphne lies by omission, she accidentally and nonconsensually enters a dark, twisted game.

TAL to Play United Solo Festival in March

TAL by Tal Levy Cohen will play the United Solo Festival on March 16th at 7pm at The Studio Theatre at Theatre Row. This original solo performance follows the story of a girl-woman-dancer's experiences with the eating disorder bulimia, and the way she healed through learning psychology and expressive arts.

Review: THE BEACH HOUSE, Park Theatre

In a landscape dominated by a dearth of lesbian stories, it’s refreshing to find one that doesn’t deal with sexuality at all, but focuses on the negotiations of parenthood and the complications of personal connections.

Edinburgh 2022: Review: A SUDDEN VIOLENT BURST OF RAIN, Summerhall Roundhouse

A bloodless refugee drama unsuited to the space in which it is performed.

BWW Review: BROKEN LAD, Arcola Theatre

This new play raises interesting questions about father-son relationships in a world in which middle-aged men can struggle to find a role, but its lack of detail prevents its potential being realised fully

Casting and Additional Tour Dates Announced For THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

Back by popular demand, the Olivier and Tony Award-winning production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, adapted by Simon Stephens from the novel by Mark Haddon, and directed by Marianne Elliott (War Horse, Angels in America, Company) will open at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre on 20 November before embarking on a UK and Ireland tour.

David Monteith-Hodge's Short Film THEATRES IN LOCKDOWN Now Available

Theatres in Lockdown is a filmic journey around 53 of London’s most iconic theatres during the nation’s second lockdown. Created by filmmaker and photographer David Monteith-Hodge, the film is a striking cinematic collage of the exterior of the city’s theatres, a reminder of the importance of our communal spaces in this time of crisis.

Hackney Empire Crowdfunder Raises £40k In Seven Days

A campaign to help Hackney Empire survive the impact of Covid-19 has raised over £40,000 in the week since it launched. The Crowdfunding campaign hosted by the Mayor of London Pay It Forward initiative went live last Thursday and has attracted support from over 800 individuals.

BWW Review: NASSIM at Magic Theatre Utilizes an Unorthodox Structure to Find What Connects Us

Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour's eponymous play a?oeNassima?? currently enjoying an all-too-brief run at the Magic Theatre adheres to an unorthodox format. Its sole actor, a different one at each show, does not see the script until it is unsealed onstage at the beginning of the actual performance. That actor can be of any gender, age or race. For the record, it was a very game Sean San Jose the night I attended. Soleimanpour himself is also on hand as a sort of enigmatic, mute guide and companion. Given that the actor knows virtually nothing about the play ahead of time, it would seem churlish of me as a theater critic to spill the beans in this review. Having now seen the play myself, I can also attest that the less you know about it going in, the richer your experience is likely to be.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: LEAVE A MESSAGE, Gilded Balloon

Two friends, Ed and Sarah, travel to the small squalid bedsit where Ed's father passed away a few days earlier. As they wade through the debris, the fragments of one lost life begin to coalesce, just as another starts to show signs of cracking. Will we be remembered for anything more than the mess we leave behind? Either way, the carpet is beyond saving. A brand-new play, based on an actual afternoon.

Photo Flash: First Look at the UK Tour of MATHILDA AND THE ORANGE BALLOON

Mathilda and the Orange Balloon brings a diverse cast of Deaf and hearing actors to the stage to follow the story of Mathilda, a little grey sheep whose mind is always full of questions.  Join her on a journey of self-discovery as she learns the joys of self-expression and see how, with a little imagination and a big open mind, anything is possible! The DH Ensemble have made Mathilda's world fully welcoming and accessible to D/deaf and hearing children and their families through the use of spoken English, British Sign Language, creative captions and animation.

BWW Review: THE SECRET LIFE OF HUMANS at 59E59 Theaters is Totally Intriguing

Secret Life of Humans, written by David Byrne, directed by David Byrne & Kate Stanley is now being performed at 59E59 Theaters through July 1. There's no other show quite like this. It has an intriguing plot, a talented cast, and clever staging that makes the production totally unique.

BWW Review: VINCENT RIVER, Park Theatre

Recent drama school grad Thomas Mahy and seasoned pro Louise Jameson join together in this urgently needed revival of Philip Ridley's heartrending epic drama. Following the aftermath of a brutal killing, the piece provides a provocation as to whether or not hate crime is a thing of the past.

Photo Flash: Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy Star in VINCENT RIVER

Louise Jameson is to star with recent graduate Thomas Mahy making his London stage debut in Philip Ridley's Vincent River.

Kandinsky's Acclaimed Medical Drama STILL ILL Returns To New Diorama Theatre

Kandinsky will bring their acclaimed production Still Ill which tackles the contentious topic of psychosomatic illness and Functional Neurological Disorder (FND) back to New Diorama Theatre in 2018 by popular demand for 10 performances only.


How many Broadway shows has David Monteith been in?

David Monteith has not appeared on Broadway.

How many West End shows has David Monteith been in?

David Monteith has appeared on London's West End in 1 shows.

What was David Monteith's first West End show?

David Monteith's first West End show was Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time which opened in 2021

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