theatre Archives

The U.K.’s National Theatre Finally Launches Streaming Service
After months of streaming their plays for free on YouTube, the United Kingdom's National Theatre has finally launched National Theatre at Home, a paid streaming service available for audiences worldwide The National Theatre first began streaming its recent productions during the UK's initial COVID lockdown during Spring and Summer when theaters and cinemas were closed,[...]
Hugh Laurie Plays Corrupt Politician in Upcoming BBC Drama Roadkill
"So I've written a monologue, which is going to be performed in a London theater when London theaters are allowed to reopen." Hare said he cannot reveal yet who will play him in the play or in which London theater it will be staged at until the government allows theatres to reopen He hopes this might[...]
London's West End Hit By Coronavirus - Which Is Great for Theatre Goers
While my youngest has now discovered we can afford West End theatre. Last night we went to see The Mischief Theatre's long-running The Comedy About A Bank Robbery at the Criterion Theatre, at Piccadilly Circus Seats are usually in the £60-£80 ballpark We went to the half-price ticket booth on Leicester Square at 5pm and bought[...]
On Stage With Usagi Yojimbo
Frazer Brown writes: Stan Sakai's beloved and iconic Samuarai Leporidae Usagi Yojimbo has been making his stage debut last Friday at London's Southwark
When Neal Adams Got Warped!
Edmund." Gordon, who would later attach his fame to Lovecraft bloodbaths like Re-Animator and From Beyond, spawned this trippy trilogy complete with a buggy extraterrestrial princess, purple apes, distant alien planets and psychedelic alternate realities. Warp! delivered the fantastic tale of a mild-mannered bank teller who learns his destiny as the avenging Lord Cumulus is linked to[...]
Of Mice And Gods – The Ritual Slaughter Of Gorge Mastromas
Equally his final confrontation with his past convinces us of the consequences of Gorge's actions – and shows us how little he cares – or rather will allow himself to care. It's a thrilling play that uses the form so well, a traditional play in many ways but one that uses extremes of experimental theatre to[...]
Neil Gaiman And Phillip Pullman Talking About Fairytales In London
At the end of next month, timed to coincide with Phillip Pullman's Grimm Tales For Young And Old, Pullman will be sitting down for an evening of conversation about fairytales with Neil Gaiman at the Cambridge Theatre in London, currently showing Matilda. If you want to go, you had better click here fast. At the end[...]