Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Photos: First Look at Sophie Melville in IPHIGENIA IN SPLOTT

The production opens at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre tonight and runs until 22 October.

All new photos have been released from Gary Owen's Iphigenia in Splott, starring Sophie Melville with direction from Rachel O'Riordan, which opens at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre tonight and runs until 22 October.

Stumbling down the street drunk at 11.30am Effie is the kind of girl you avoid making eye contact with. You think you know her, but maybe you don't know the half of it.

Effie's life is a mess of drink, drugs and drama every night, and a hangover worse than death the next day - till one night gives her the chance to be something more.

Photo Credit: Jennifer McCord



WOW - WOMEN OF THE WORLD Announces Day Pass Events For 2023 London Festival Photo
WOW - Women of the World has announced the first guests for its 2023 London Festival, which returns to the Southbank Centre to mark International Women's Day, supported by The WOW Foundation's Global Founding Partner, Bloomberg.

Review Roundup: What Did the Critics Think of Clint Dyers OTHELLO? Photo
Clint Dyer’s production is the first Othello from a black director at the National. Starring Giles Terera as Othello and Rosy McEwen as Desdemona, the Shakespearean tragedy opened last night (30 November). What did the critics think of the new revival?

Stockroom - The UKs Leading Writers Room Launches New Scheme in London Photo
Following their loss of Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation status and as artists and theatre professionals in London are squeezed because of the redistribution of national arts funding away from the capital, theatre's leading writers' room, Stockroom, has launched a brand-new initiative with the aim of establishing a creative hub for new writing in the city.

Review: MAKE MINE A DOUBLE - TUNNELS and PRESS, Park Theatre Photo
A dystopian past and dystopian future form the backdrop to two plays that never quite escape their specificities and, consequently, remain a little distant


More Hot Stories For You


Photos: First Look at the World Premiere of Julia Pascal's 12:37 at Pascal Theatre CompanyPhotos: First Look at the World Premiere of Julia Pascal's 12:37 at Pascal Theatre Company
November 30, 2022

Get a first look at photos of Pascal Theatre Company's world première of 12:37 at Finborough Theatre, the new play from award-winning writer and director Julia Pascal.

WUTHERING HEIGHTS Will Open at Royal & Derngate Ahead of a Spring TourWUTHERING HEIGHTS Will Open at Royal & Derngate Ahead of a Spring Tour
November 30, 2022

Inspector Sands will tour their first mid-scale show in 2023 – a brand new contemporary adaptation of Emily Brontë's WUTHERING HEIGHTS, at Royal & Derngate, Northampton from 24 Apr - 6 May, with a National Press Night on Friday 28 April ahead of a UK tour, playing Oxford, London, Warwick and Newcastle.

MICHAEL BALL & ALFIE BOE DO VEGAS Will Air on Channel 5 in DecemberMICHAEL BALL & ALFIE BOE DO VEGAS Will Air on Channel 5 in December
November 30, 2022

Following the success of their UK top 3 album Together in Vegas last month the UK's biggest-selling male recording duo Michael Ball and Alfie Boe head out, for a one-off TV special, to discover the wonders of the world's entertainment capital Las Vegas.

Theatre Re Returns With THE NATURE OF FORGETTINGTheatre Re Returns With THE NATURE OF FORGETTING
November 30, 2022

Following phenomenal sell-out runs in London, New York, Edinburgh, Hong Kong, Seoul, Sao Paulo and Lima, Theatre Re returns to the UK with their explosive, joyous and highly acclaimed show The Nature of Forgetting.

Lydia West Will Lead the UK Premiere of A PLAY FOR THE LIVING IN A TIME OF EXTINCTIONLydia West Will Lead the UK Premiere of A PLAY FOR THE LIVING IN A TIME OF EXTINCTION
November 30, 2022

Headlong and the Barbican have announced that Lydia West (It's a Sin, Inside Man) will make her stage debut in the UK premiere of A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction by award-winning playwright Miranda Rose Hall.