The ‘What-If’ dinner party of six exceptional women
Production photos of Guys and Dolls at the Chichester Festival Theatre
The cast has been announced for Chichester Festival Theatre’s summer 2014 revival of Guys and Dolls including Clare Foster, Jamie Parker and Sophie Thompson,
Chichester Festival Theatre has announced its new season for 2014, with some big-hitting shows and stars set to appear and a number of shows with West End transfer potential.
Stars lined up for the new season include Rupert Everett, Imelda Staunton, Sophie Thompson, Peter Polycarpou, David Haig, Penelope Wilton, Rosalie Craig, Zoë Wanamaker, Patricia Routledge and Dervla Kirwan.
Bruce Norris’s drama Clybourne Park, which was staged at the Royal Court theatre last year and is currently playing at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London, has won this year’s Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Save £11 on tickets to CLYBOURNE PARK at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London
Clybourne Park – Reviews Round-up
What’s coming up in the West End this week, including The Wizard of Oz, Wicked, Shoes, the Olivier Awards and The Children’s Hour.
New shows coming to London this week include The Children’s Hour at the Comedy Theatre starring Keira Knightley and Elisabeth Moss; the Royal Court’s award-winning Clybourne Park to the Wyndham’s Theatre; and Will & Grace star Leslie Jordan in his Trip Down the Pink Carpet.
Jason Watkins drops out of Clybourne Park; Stephen Campbell Moore to take over
Sheridan Smith and Elena Roger head-to-head for Evening Standard Theatre Awards
EVENING STANDARD THEATRE AWARDS – SHORTLIST 2010
This year’s London Evening Standard Theatre Awards long-list of nominees has been announced.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD THEATRE AWARDS – NOMINEES 2010
Winner of Best New Play at the 2011 Olivier Awards, the Royal Court transfers Bruce Norris’ satirical comedy Clybourne Park to the Wyndham’s Theatre for a strictly limited run, staring Sophie Thompson.
OLIVIER AWARDS – BEST ACTRESS WINNERS
It was a good night for Shakespeare yesterday at the Whatsonstage Theatregoers Choice awards, held at the Prince of Wales theatre in London. There were a number of awards for the Donmar’s Othello, including Best Shakespearan production, best director for Michael Grandage and best supporting actor for Tom Hiddleston. Also the RSC’s Hamlet received gongs for best regional production and theatre event of the year – to celebrate David Tennant’s performance and return to the stage. As is often the case with awards chosen by the public, the spread of shows and talent was very wide, ranging from awards for …
Review of ‘The Female Of The Species’ at the Vaudeville Theatre