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BWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Tron Theatre, Glasgow Photo BWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Tron Theatre, Glasgow
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Feb 21, 2020

Winner of Summerhall's Lustrum Award in 2018 and Theatre503 2017 Play Writing Award Finalist, The Political History of Smack and Crack is an angry, funny love-song to a lost generation. Inspired by the playwright's own experience in jail and rehab, it is shot through with home truths about the road to recovery.

BWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Bristol Old Vic Photo BWW Review: THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK, Bristol Old Vic
by Shane Morgan - Jan 23, 2020

In large part, Ed Edwards' class A drug odyssey The Political History of Smack and Crack does what it says on the tin. Steeped in social and political commentary, Edwards' piece steers us through the bumpy ride of addiction, from hospital room to street corner via a constitutional polemic that aims straight at the heart of the UK during the heights of Thatcherism.

Writers' Guild Awards 2019 Announces Shortlist Photo Writers' Guild Awards 2019 Announces Shortlist
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2018

The Writers' Guild of Great Britain (WGGB) has announced the shortlist for its annual awards, to be presented by writer and actor Joanna Scanlan (The Thick of It, Getting On, Puppy Love) on Monday 14 January 2019 at the Royal College of Physicians in central London, in a special ceremony to mark the union's 60th anniversary.

THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK Transfers To Soho Theatre Photo THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF SMACK AND CRACK Transfers To Soho Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2018

Fresh from a highly-acclaimed run at the Edinburgh Fringe, The Political History of Smack and Crack now transfers to Soho Theatre. This angry, funny love-song explores a lost generation annihilated by the heroin epidemic in Manchester, following a pair of star-crossed lovers from 1981 to the present day.

Festival Of New Work, Playmill 18, Comes to The King's Head Theatre In July Photo Festival Of New Work, Playmill 18, Comes to The King's Head Theatre In July
by BWW News Desk - May 10, 2018

The King's Head Theatre announces Playmill; a curated three-week festival of new work from emerging companies, committed to paying actors. 35 brand new shows from the UK's most exciting emerging companies are set to hit the stage at the King's Head Theatre this July. Playmill is a three-week, curated season featuring drama, comedy, storytelling and musical theatre.

Photo Flash: A First Look at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre's A FUNNY THING HAPPENED Photo Photo Flash: A First Look at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre's A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2018

The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre has taken on one of Stephen Sondheim's romping classics: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum! The show returns to Way Off Broadway with this brand new staging after it was first seen at the Frederick theater in 2002. Check out the first photos from the production!

Photo Flash: First Look at Eve Steele in LIFE BY THE THROAT at Theatre503
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017

Most Wanted in association with LittleMighty present Life by The Throat. Award-winning writer-performer and former Coronation Street star Eve Steele performs one man's life from birth to death in this gritty, true-to-life performance exploring class, gender and living life on society's margins. The show launches a UK tour running Tuesday 18 April - Saturday 20 May 2017. Press night is Wednesday 19 April at Theatre503, London. Scroll down for a first look at Eve in action!

'Three of the Best' from Manchester's 24:7 Festival Plays The Young Vic October 15
by BWW News Desk - Oct 15, 2009

‚ÄėThree of the Best' from Manchester's 24:7 Festival 5:30, Lub You and As We Forgive Them, Young Vic, The Clare Thursday, 15 October

'Three of the Best' from Manchester's 24:7 Festival Plays The Young Vic October 15
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2009

‚ÄėThree of the Best' from Manchester's 24:7 Festival 5:30, Lub You and As We Forgive Them, Young Vic, The Clare Thursday, 15 October