- BWW Interview: Alice Hamilton
- ‘There’s not much funny about delivering for a supermarket’: the comic taken off stage by lockdown
- British comedians in lockdown: ‘They’re in Amazon warehouses and Sainsbury’s vans’
- Operation Sleeping Beauty meets reality: what hope is there for theatre this Christmas?
- The Crown’s greatest insult: why Charles would never have called Mountbatten a ‘quisling’
- RT @TeleTheatre: Are the Government making up the rules as they go along? Kenny Wax of SIX is unimpressed. telegraph.co.uk/theatre/what-t… 2 hours ago
- RT @ChrisBennion_: Oh hello. We spoke to the brilliant @KieranCHodgson about his Crown parody (and many other things) @TheCrownNetflix http… 3 hours ago
- ‘They’re making up the rules as they go along’: the theatre producer trapped between tiers… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 hours ago
This entry was posted in Journalism, Theatre and tagged a tale of two cities, apollo theatre, barbican, bob dylan, book tickets, broadwayworld, cat on a hot tin roof, charles dickens, comedy, f murray abraham, faye marsay, game of thrones, gielgud theatre, girl from the north country, jack o'connell, jez butterworth, jim cartwright, london, menier chocolate factory, michelle fairley, mosquitoes, musical, national theatre, old vic, olivia colman, play, queen anne, regents park open air, road, romola garai, royal court, rsc, sale, sam mendes, shakespeare, sienna miller, simon russell beale, sue townsend, summer, tennessee williams, the ferryman, the mentor, the secret diary of adrian mole, the tempest, theatre, theatre royal haymarket, ticket deal, ticket discount, vaudeville theatre, west end. Bookmark the permalink.