Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s electric thriller asks how far beyond the playground we carry our childhood experiences and to what lengths some people are willing to go in order to come to terms with them.
A strikingly relevant and vivid portrayal of a family and a country in the grip of revolution, from one of the most important writers of the Twentieth Century. Information→
Stephen Unwin’s debut play, All Our Children, is a moving examination of the human moral dilemma; a powerful story that shows what it takes for humanity and decency to be restored in a world that has abandoned them. Information→
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The latest 2004 Broadway version of the rarely performed Stephen Sondheim musical THE FROGS is a hilarious send up of Greek comedy & satire with a book revised and expanded by Nathan Lane and includes seven new Sondheim songs. Information→
‘It is the winter of 1819. The most stylish man of his day (to whom a statue will later be raised in Jermyn Street) is more interested in collars, cuffs and creases than matters of life and death.’ Information→
Tales of the hapless, feckless and foolish stand as warnings in this darkly-comic, beautifully animated, new song cycle. Information→
A funny and moving, witty and poignant play is how critics have described this refreshingly intimate, well observed inside story of the Queen Mother’s Royal Household. Information→
“An adaptation of masterful clarity…delightful” Oxford Times ★★★★★ “Sardonic…Ingenious…Incredible”
The Stage ★★★★ – Pride and Prejudice is the perfect pre – Christmas treat. Information→
Two great plays by a master dramatist, each one a tense psychological study of love, marriage, sexuality, and the war of wills between men and women. Information→
In the lead up to Alan Jay Lerner’s centenary in 2018, this affectionate tribute to him illustrates well that although the partnership between Lerner and Loewe is recognised as one of the great creative powerhouses. Information→