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BWW Review: TALKING HEADS, Watford Palace Theatre Photo BWW Review: TALKING HEADS, Watford Palace Theatre
by Gary Naylor - Mar 11, 2020

Jan Ravens and Julia Watson excel in three of Alan Bennett's famous monologues, two of which pack a surprising punch, 30 years on.

Photo Flash: Jan Ravens and Julia Watson in TALKING HEADS at Watford Palace Theatre Photo Photo Flash: Jan Ravens and Julia Watson in TALKING HEADS at Watford Palace Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 9, 2020

Jan Ravens and Julia Watson are currently starring in Talking Heads at at Watford Palace Theatre. Directed by Watford Palace Theatre's own artistic director Brigid Larmour, Talking Heads is poignant, comic, full of humanity and invites us into the hearts and minds of three peculiarly English ladies - Muriel in her tweed skirt and pearls in Soldiering On, the public-spirited Miss Ruddock in A Lady of Letters, and Susan, the long-suffering Vicar's wife in Bed Among The Lentils.

Photo Flash: Go Inside Rehearsals for TALKING HEADS Starring Jan Ravens and Julia Wat Photo Photo Flash: Go Inside Rehearsals for TALKING HEADS Starring Jan Ravens and Julia Watson
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 3, 2020

Jan Ravens and Julia Watson will star in Talking Heads, three of the much-loved classic monologues from British playwriting royalty, Alan Bennett, directed by Watford Palace Theatre's own artistic director Brigid Larmour. Poignant, comic and full of humanity, Talking Heads invites us into the hearts and minds of three peculiarly English ladies - Muriel in her tweed skirt and pearls in Soldiering On, the public-spirited Miss Ruddock in A Lady of Letters, and Susan, the long-suffering Vicar's wife in Bed Among The Lentils.

Jan Ravens and Julia Watson Bring TALKING HEADS to Watford Palace Next Year Photo Jan Ravens and Julia Watson Bring TALKING HEADS to Watford Palace Next Year
by Stephi Wild - Dec 17, 2019

Jan Ravens and Julia Watson are cast in Talking Heads, three of the much-loved classic monologues from British playwriting royalty, Alan Bennett, directed by Watford Palace Theatre's own artistic director Brigid Larmour. Poignant, comic and full of humanity, Talking Heads invites us into the hearts and minds of three peculiarly English ladies - Muriel in her tweed skirt and pearls in Soldiering On, the public-spirited Miss Ruddock in A Lady of Letters, and Susan, the long-suffering Vicar's wife in Bed Among The Lentils.

Watford Palace Theatre Announces 2019-2020 Season Photo Watford Palace Theatre Announces 2019-2020 Season
by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2019

Artistic Director Brigid Larmour today announces programming to complete Watford Palace Theatre's season for September 2019 - June 2020, following the world première of Mushy: Lyrically Speaking earlier this month. The co-production with Rifco Theatre Company is now on tour across the UK until 5 October.

Full Casting Announced For Watford Palace Theatre's All-Female Production Of MUCH ADO Photo Full Casting Announced For Watford Palace Theatre's All-Female Production Of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2018

Artistic Director of Watford Palace Theatre, Brigid Larmour, today announces full casting for Watford Palace Theatre's all-female production of Much Ado About Nothing. Larmour directs Joanna Brookes (Dogberry/ Antonio), Elly Condron (Don Pedro), Rebekah Hinds (Borachio/ Margaret), Emma Lane (Conrade/ Ursula/ Friar), Juliet Leighton-Jones (Musician), Nyla Levy (Hero/ Sexton), Pepter Lunkuse (Claudio), Anna O'Grady (Benedick), Emily Tucker (Beatrice), Tripti Tripuraneni (Don John/ Verges) and Julia Watson (Leonato).

Cast Announced for AFTER THE BALL Upstairs at the Gatehouse Photo Cast Announced for AFTER THE BALL Upstairs at the Gatehouse
by Stephi Wild - Feb 13, 2018

An exciting cast has been announced for Ian Grant's After the Ball. Jack Bennett (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Palace Theatre; And a Nightingale Sang, New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme; The Elephant Man, Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield and National Tour), Mark Carlisle (The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, Chichester Festival Theatre and Duchess Theatre; Once, Phoenix Theatre), Stuart Fox (The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre; Sauce for the Goose, The Man Who Pays The Piper, Orange Tree Theatre), Elizabeth Healey (The School for Scheming, Orange Tree Theatre; One of Us, Casualty, BBC), Emily Tucker (Fortune's Fool, The Old Vic; Suddenly Last Summer, Fallen Angels, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick), and Julia Watson (A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, The Print Room; Handbagged, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick; The Man Who Pays The Piper, Orange Tree Theatre) will bring to life this gripping ensemble piece about desire, personal responsibility and the devastating repercussions of human conflict.

Photo Flash: HANDBAGGED Opens at Theatre by the Lake
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2017

Two icons, one destined to rule, the other to lead. But when the gloves came off, who had the upper hand? Moira Buffini's sensational comedy looks behind the closed doors of the palace to speculate what really happened when two of the most powerful women in the world clashed. Check out photos from the show below!

Theatre by the Lake Announces Two-Company Ensemble for Summer Season
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2017

Artistic Director Conrad Lynch today announces the ensemble for the Theatre by the Lake's Summer Season - the first time the theatre has featured two-companies. They will perform over 5 productions in rep - After the Dance, As You Like It, Miss Julie, Handbagged and Remarkable Invisible - in both the theatre's spaces.

BWW Review: A LOVELY SUNDAY FOR CREVE COEUR, Print Room at the Coronet, 15 September 2016
by Gary Naylor - Sep 16, 2016

Gary Naylor enjoys a Tennessee Williams play full of sharp dialogue, tenderness and the poignant loss of missed opportunities.

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STAGE TUBE: New Trailer for Print Room's A LOVELY SUNDAY FOR CREVE COEUR
by Stage Tube - Aug 30, 2016

The Print Room presents Tennessee Williams' rarely performed A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur, which opens the theatre's new Autumn season. Michael Oakley directs Debbie Chazen as Bodey, Hermione Gulliford as Helena, Laura Rogers as Dorothea and Julia Watson as Miss Gluck. The production opens in the main theatre space on 15 September, with previews from 12 September and runs until 7 October. Click below to watch a new trailer for the production!