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Review: THE EU KILLED MY DAD, Jermyn Street Theatre

Aaron Kilercioglu's play may, or may not, be an allegory for Turkey's changing state in a changing world

Cherry Jones Will Lead THE GRAPES OF WRATH at The National Theatre; Summer 2024 Line-Up Announced

The National Theatre has announced new productions for all three South Bank stages this summer: Alan Bleasdale’s Boys from the Blackstuff and Mnemonic in the Olivier theatre and The Grapes of Wrath in the Lyttelton theatre, alongside the previously announced The Hot Wing King in the Dorfman theatre. 

Cast Set For THE GOOD JOHN PROCTOR at Jermyn Street Theatre

Jermyn Street Theatre has announced the casting for the opening production of Footprints Festival this coming January. 

Longlisted Scripts Revealed For The Women's Prize For Playwriting 2023

The Women's Prize for Playwriting has announced the 50 longlisted scripts for The Women's Prize for Playwriting 2023, selected from 1,002 entries.

Laura Waldren Wins 15th Annual Papatango New Writing Prize

Papatango has announced that Laura Waldren has won the 15th annual Papatango New Writing Prize for her first full-length play Some Demon, from 1,468 entries. Learn more about Waldren and her play here!

Jw3's First Jewish Pantomime Has Its World Premiere in December

Tale as old as time and as new as the world premiere of Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Pig, JW3's first Jewish Pantomime - the home of Jewish Arts and Culture in NW3 London, opens on Sunday 10 December 2023 - Sunday 7 January 2024.

INVISIBLE Returns To The Bush Theatre in May

Invisible, the critically acclaimed debut play from Nikhil Parmar returns to the Bush Theatre for a limited time ahead of its New York premiere. A  hilariously dark story tracking one man's desperate struggle to be seen as the hero of his own narrative Invisible opens at the Bush on 23 May (press night 25 May) before transferring to New York as part of the 'Brits Off Broadway' season at 59E59 from 13 June.

59E59 Theaters to Present Brits Off Broadway 2023 Season Featuring BREATHLESS, THE HABIT OF ART & More

59E59 Theaters has announced productions for the Brits Off Broadway 2023 Season, their annual celebration of U.K. theatre.

Review: RUCKUS, Southwark Playhouse

The moments of brilliance in the piece are, unfortunately, overshadowed by its nature and the current commodification of trauma portrayals. We rapidly understand what’s going on, but there’s litte appeal and no hook. We keep watching because we want to know how wrong it will go and how hurt she’ll be - which is alarmingly sadistic.

Soho Theatre's Verity Bargate Award 40th Anniversary Longlist Announced

From modern day inequities to porn addiction, betting shops, spiritual and sexual liberation and an octopus taught to believe in God, 17 new plays have been longlisted for the 40th anniversary of Soho Theatre's Character 7 sponsored Verity Bargate Award.

EDINBURGH 2022: Jenna Fincken Guest Blog

Writer and performer Jenna Fincken blogs for Broadway World about premiering Ruckus at the Fringe. She details how she has sensitively created work which deals with real people’s experiences, self-care for her audiences and how theatre challenges social narratives.

Further Creatives Announced For The Bush Theatre's Studio Season

Further creatives have been announced for the Bush Theatre's 50th season of Studio shows which opens on 27 June with the world-premiere of actor and writer Nikhil Parmar's Invisible. 

BWW Review: OUTSIDE, Orange Tree Theatre Online

Following on from the Orange Tree’s successful debut into the world of theatrical streaming with Inside, comes Outside: a premiere of three plays from new and established artists. The concept of inside and outside has been questioned by everyone over the last year. For many, being outside represents freedom, space and air. For others, it represents uncertainty and a sense of not belonging.

Full Cast and Titles Announced For OUTSIDE �" the Second Installment of INSIDE/OUTSIDE

Following the success of Inside, streamed last month and watched by audiences around the world, Orange Tree Theatre today announces the full cast and titles for Outside – the second instalment of Inside/Outside.

Orange Tree Theatre Announces INSIDE/OUTSIDE �" A Collection Of Six World Première Plays

The first three plays, written by Deborah Bruce, Joel Tan and Joe White, focus on the theme of Inside, and will be streamed live 25 – 27 March 2021. The final three plays by Sonali Bhattacharyya, Zoe Cooper and Kalungi Ssebandeke explore the theme of Outside, streamed live 15 – 17 April 2021.

Winners Announced For The Stage Debut Awards 2020 - Sam Tutty, Shan Ako, Daniel Monks, and More!

The Stagea??has announced the 2020 winners ofa??The Stagea??Debut Awards, in association witha??Access Entertainment. The awards were presented as a virtual ceremony on Sunday, September 27, filmed at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, in the heart of London's West End.   

& JULIET Star Miriam-Teak Lee to Host The Stage Debut Awards 2020

The Stage has today announced the award-winning & Juliet actress Miriam-Teak Lee will host this year's The Stage Debut Awards, in association with Access Entertainment.

Shortlist Announced For The Stage Debut Awards 2020

Wendell Pierce (The Wire, Suits), Robbie Williams (Take That), David Mitchell (Peep Show), Aimee Lou Wood (Netflix's Sex Education) and the stars of West End musical Dear Evan Hansen are among the nominees for The Stage Debut Awards 2020, in association with Access Entertainment. 

BWW Interview: James Morton Talks Debut Play FATHER'S SON, Lockdown, Labels and Mental Health

James Morton is a playwright from Stoke-On-Trent. His debut play Father's Son was shortlisted for the Tony Craze Award and after a reading at Soho Theatre premiered at this year's Vault Festival. Morton spoke with Broadway World about the process of writing and putting on the play as well as mental health, labels and the lockdown.

BWW Review: THE MIKVAH PROJECT, Orange Tree Theatre

Josh Azouz's play The Mikvah Project was a great success when it formed part of the Orange Tree's Directors' Festival last summer. It now returns in excellent form to explore the tentative and problematic relationship between two male characters in the setting of North London Judaism.

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