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Director Adam Spreadbury-Maher on his interpretation of Puccini's masterpiece/King’s Head Theatre 27 Sept – 28 Oct 2017

 

 

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Chosen out of 1,629 scripts from 52 countries, writer Andrew Thompson and director Lisa Spirling give insights into their work and the award winning play/Theatre 503 4 - 28 Octo 2017

 

Our Editor's choice of top pick, back for a 7th terrifying year to thrill and chill/Old Red Lion Theatre 15 Oct – 4 Nov  2017

 

 

LONDON HORROR FESTIVAL

New pub theatre opens Read Here

 

THEATRE N16 are looking for a new home Read here

 

Winners of BREAD & ROSES playwriting award announced/BREAD & ROSES win 50/50 Applause award Read here

 

KING'S HEAD THEATRE are moving/Interview with Artistic Director Adam Spreadbury-Maher Read here

 

DRAYTON Eddies Award winners announced Read here

 

Plus: Canal Café Theatre's News Revue transfers to West End for one night only/Old Red Lion seek BAME actor for Christmas show casting

 

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'The true meaning of the word Bohemian’/Interview with Artistic Director Léonie Scott-Matthews

 

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Star of Funny Girl, Natasha J Barnes cast in two-hander thriller: Read our interview with Natasha J Barnes and Fred Perry/Tabard Theatre 12 Oct - 5 Nov 2017

 

TRYST

"It’s always useful to have recommendations of plays to see, and in this month’s Top Picks, the thriller TRYST brings back memories for me.  I starred alongside Paul Nicholas in the West End premiere of this play in 1997 (then titled, The Mysterious Mr Love).   I really enjoyed playing Adelaide Pinchin, it's one of my favourite parts.  Working on this two-hander with Paul Nicholas, as fraudster George Love, was also a highlight.  My very best wishes to the current cast playing these unforgettable roles in this taut thriller." Editor’s Note: Our Patron, Susan Penhaligon takes on the role of Fraulein Schneider in a Nationwide tour of Cabaret this Autumn.  She joins Strictly favourite Louise Redknapp making her stage debut as Sally Bowles and former pop star Will Young.

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World Premiere of Roger Benington's play commissioned by Canal Café Theatre for their American season/Don't miss this interview with the playwright in response to Trump

 

PSYCHOPOMP

Back for its 2nd year, Unrestricted view bring the best in indie horror film, we chat with four of the film makers/Hen and Chickens, Islington 30 Oct - 5 Nov

 

 

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