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London Production, 2022
Naomi Highland

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Kenneth Branagh West End Revival, 2016
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BWW Review: THE SOUTHBURY CHILD, Chichester Festival Theatre

Funny, frightening and thought-provoking, The Southbury Child cannot quite keep all its plates spinning, but is bold in its ambition and execution

Photos: First Look at THE SOUTHBURY CHILD at Chichester Festival

Check out all new images of The Southbury Child, directed by Nicholas Hytner.

Photos: Inside Rehearsal For THE SOUTHBURY CHILD at Chichester Festival Theatre

Joining Alex Jennings in Stephen Beresford’s The Southbury Child are Holly Atkins, Josh Finan, Jack Greenlees, Hermione Gulliford, Jo Herbert, Phoebe Nicholls, Racheal Ofori and Sarah Twomey.

Camden People's Theatre's CALM DOWN DEAR Festival Returns

Existing in safe spaces, public spaces and outer space in this year's Calm Down, Dear. The feminist festival returns to Camden People's Theatre and will be curated for the first time by Figs in Wigs

Further Casting Announced For THE SOUTHBURY CHILD at Chichester Festival Theatre

Joining the previously announced Alex Jennings in Stephen Beresford's The Southbury Child are Holly Atkins, Josh Finan, Jack Greenlees, Jo Herbert, Phoebe Nicholls, Racheal Ofori and Sarah Twomey. Final casting will be announced shortly.

BWW Review: RARE EARTH METTLE, Royal Court Theatre

Rare Earth Mettle doesn’t need any more publicity. Headlines started talking about Al Smith’s play before its previews were cold in the grave, and reviews have flocked in agreement of its generally disappointing outcome. An exploding controversy, a hasty statement from the top floors of the Royal Court, and even quicker name-change later, the production remains a cutting critique that unfortunately loses itself in its search for style and forceful sarcasm.

Cast Announced For RARE EARTH METTLE at Royal Court Theatre

Carlo Albán, Marcello Cruz, Arthur Darvill, Jaye Griffiths, Lesley Lemon, Racheal Ofori, Ian Porter and Genevieve O'Reilly have been cast in the world premiere of Rare Earth Mettle written by Al Smith and directed by Royal Court Associate Director Hamish Pirie. With set design by Moi Tran, lighting design by Lee Curran, composition by Carlos Gutiérrez Quiroga, sound design by Ella Wahlström, movement direction by Yami Löfvenberg, dialect coaching by Carter Bellaimey and assistant direction from Camila Ymay González. 

James Cousins Company Takes Over Battersea Arts Centre With WE ARE AS GODS

From 6 to 10 October, choreographer James Cousins takes over the quirky maze of spaces of Battersea Arts Centre, turning the iconic building into a festival, a nightclub and a stage with his first large-scale immersive show, We Are As Gods.

Bridge Theatre Cancels Performances of BACH & SONS Due to COVID Scare Within Team

The Bridge Theatre has just announced that it will postpone upcoming performances of Back & Sons due to a COVID scare within its team.

THE BOOK OF DUST - LA BELLE SAUVAGE Will Be Performed at The Bridge Beginning in December

Two young people and their dæmons, with everything at stake, find themselves at the centre of a terrifying manhunt. In their care is a tiny child called Lyra Belacqua, and in that child lies the fate of the future. And as the waters rise around them, powerful adversaries conspire for mastery of Dust: salvation to some, the source of infinite corruption to others.

Photo Flash: Get a First Look at the World Premiere of BACH & SONS at the Bridge Theatre

Directed by Nicholas Hytner, performances of Bach & Sons continue until 11 September 2021 with opening night on 28 June 2021. The associate director is James Cousins, with set designs by Vicki Mortimer, costumes designed by Khadija Raza, lighting by Jon Clark, sound by Gareth Fry and music supervised by George Fenton. 

Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal For BACH & SONS at the Bridge Theatre

Johann Sebastian Bach, irascible and turbulent, writes music of sensuous delight for his aristocratic patrons, and gives voice to his deep religious faith in music for the church.  He’s touchy, he’s fabulously rude, he has high standards (he stabs a bassoonist for playing badly) and he’s constantly in trouble with his employers. 

Casting Update For BACH & SONS at The Bridge

Joining Simon Russell Beale who will play Johann Sebastian Bach in the world premiere of Nina Raine's Bach & Sons are Samuel Blenkin as Carl, Pandora Colin as Maria Barbara, Ruth Lass as Katharina, Douggie McMeekin as Wilhelm, Racheal Ofori as Anna Magdalena and Pravessh Rana as Frederick the Great.

Fuel Announces Autumn Season Of Work Including Digital and In Person Events

Fuel Director Kate McGrath has today announced a programme of work planned for autumn 2020. All the work will be presented with Covid-secure protocols in place and will range from performances in socially distanced venues, to outdoor spaces in housing estates and round bonfires, from digital tours to performances that can be enjoyed from the luxury of your own bathtub.

Soho Theatre Announces Soho Six, Record Verity Bargate Award Submissions, Three New On Demand Plays, and Masterclasses

The Soho Theatre has announced  Soho Six, Record Verity Bargate Award submissions, plus new on-demand plays and masterclasses.

Arthur Darvill and Genevieve O'Reilly Will Lead RARE EARTH METTLE at the Royal Court

Carlo Albán, Ashleigh Castro, Marcello Cruz, Arthur Darvill, Lesley Lemon, Giselle Martinez, Racheal Ofori, Genevieve O'Reilly, Golda Rosheuvel and Rick Warden have been cast in the world premiere of Rare Earth Mettle written by Al Smith and directed by Royal Court Associate Director Hamish Pirie. With set design by Moi Tran, lighting design by Lee Curran, composition by Pablo Drexler, sound design by Helen Atkinson, movement direction by Yami Löfvenberg, dialect coach Kara Tsiaperas and assistant direction from Camila Ymay González.

Review Roundup: Inua Ellams' THREE SISTERS at the National Theatre

Chekhov's iconic characters are relocated to Nigeria in this bold new adaptation in the Lyttelton at which opened at National Theatre. Owerri, 1967, on the brink of the Biafran Civil War. Lolo, Nne Chukwu and Udo are grieving the loss of their father. Months before, two ruthless military coups plunged the country into chaos. Fuelled by foreign intervention, the conflict encroaches on their provincial village and the sisters long to return to their former home, Lagos.

BWW Review: THREE SISTERS, National Theatre

When confronted with the name Chekhov, hot Russian summers and country houses are probably what immediately spring to mind. It's all change for Inua Ellams' new adaptation at the National Theatre, as events are transported to Nigeria on the brink of civil war; the play is set between 1967 and 1970, as the Igbo in Biafra make a bid for total freedom following the country's independence from the UK. Nadia Fall directs this enlightening and heartbreaking new production.

Fuel Announces 2020 Programme

Fuel's first commission for 2020 is Inua Ellams' first work for children: a radical afro-futurist reimagining of the classic French children's story The Little Prince by Saint-Exupéry. Broken down in the Sahara Desert, desperate to repair her plane, a pilot meets an extraordinary Prince. They quickly form a friendship and the pilot re-discovers the power of imagination, the importance of small efforts, and the meaning of friendship. Directed by Femi Elufowoju Jr with design by Miriam Nabarro and music by Cassie Kinoshi, the show will open at Stratford Circus Arts Centre as part of a programme supported by Newham Council to give every year 6 pupil in the borough the opportunity to see a new piece of theatre for free. The Little Prince is a Fuel production in association with English Touring Theatre, co-commissioned by Fuel, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, ASU Gammage, Z-arts, The Albany, Warwick Arts Centre and Future Arts Centres. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and the Garrick Trust.

National Theatre Announces December 2019 " June 2020 Lineup; ROMEO & JULIET, SEA SICK, and More!

The National Theatre has announced its upcoming lineup for December 2019 - June 2020.

Racheal Ofori FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Racheal Ofori's next show will be The Southbury Child which opens on 7/1/2022 on West End.

Racheal Ofori has not appeared on Broadway.

Racheal Ofori has appeared on London's West End in 3 shows.

Racheal Ofori's first West End show was Romeo and Juliet which opened in 2016

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