THE SOUL OF WITTGENSTEIN at the Omnibus Theatre
Feb06

THE SOUL OF WITTGENSTEIN at the Omnibus Theatre

Following a critically acclaimed development season at the Kings Head Theatre, The Soul of Wittgenstein comes to the Omnibus Theatre for a 3-weeks-run to headline the 96 Festival. Another Soup in association with the Kings Head Theatre presents THE SOUL OF WITTGENSTEIN By Ron Elisha Directed by Dave Spencer 6 – 25 February 2018 at the Omnibus Theatre (12+ Includes nudity and swearing) 1941. Guy’s Hospital, London. A battered...

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“Improv Revealed” at the Actors Centre
Jan20

“Improv Revealed” at the Actors Centre

Have you ever wondered what’s the deal with Improv? You’re in luck because you’ll finally be able to disclose all the inner secrets of this fascinating and funny form of theatre. Join the experienced Improv group “Sprout Ideas” on Saturday 20th January at 8 pm at the Actors Centre, where 5 fine performers, directed by Dave Bourn will lead you into discovering the hilarious world of Improv. Performers Cameron Blair, Carlotta Di...

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CACOPHONY – Family Show plus meal at Draper Hall
Jan11

CACOPHONY – Family Show plus meal at Draper Hall

Draper Together & Infallible Productions Ltd presents ‘Cacophony’, Sunday 11th February 2018 (4pm) at Draper Hall. ‘Cacophony’ is one of those brilliantly bewildering shows…. A bonkers blend of mime (with vocalised sound effects), dance, sketches and a little mild audience participation, you’re never quite sure what the next blackout will bring. Over the course of 55 minutes, your feelings swiftly shift from confused, to...

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Review – Sophocles’ Ajax by Maria Makenna
Dec30

Review – Sophocles’ Ajax by Maria Makenna

A  daring way to stage an ancient Greek story of honour. Sophocles’ Ajax, directed by Maria Makenna for Esmond Road Productions was performed at the Space on 5 – 10 December 2017. In the original version by Sophocles Ajax is a story of Honour among heroes in ancient Greece. Made blind with rage by the goddess Athena who wants to punish him, Ajax, the strongest warrior in the Greek army, kills a flock of sheep in the belief that...

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Review – Mayra Stergiou’ s “At the Heart of Things”
Dec15

Review – Mayra Stergiou’ s “At the Heart of Things”

At the Heart of Things, by Mayra Stergiou, Cockpit Theatre as part of the Voila Festival 2017, London. At the Heart of Things, directed by Mayra Stergiou, that took part to the last edition of the Voila Festival at the Cockpit Theatre, is a truly enjoyable, sensitive piece of dance theatre about a girl questioning her own identity and sexuality. Is there anything such as an easy age in our society? One would expect being young is the...

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Pinocchio at the National Theatre from December 1st
Dec01

Pinocchio at the National Theatre from December 1st

From December 1 2017 to April 10 2018 at the National Theatre. On a quest to be truly alive, Pinocchio leaves Geppetto’s workshop with Jiminy Cricket in tow. Their electrifying adventure takes them from alpine forests to Pleasure Island to the bottom of the ocean. This spectacular new production is brought to the stage by an extraordinary team including the director of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and the writer of Matilda the...

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