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This highly anticipated new play from 84-year-old Alan Bennett premieres at the Bridge, continuing his long-standing relationship with Nicholas Hytner. It’s an exciting get, and there are wonderful flashes of Bennett wit, wisdom and stirring empathy, but also polemical outbursts and baggy … Continue reading
The actress discusses a new stage adaptation of TV classic The Twilight Zone. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
The Bush Theatre’s Artistic Director discusses its redevelopment and future plans. Read my full BroadwayWorld interview here
Who do you trust? The EU Referendum campaign has exposed a mounting suspicion of the establishment, from financial institutions to press and politicians, and our sense of nationhood has never been murkier. But if we cease to believe in anything, … Continue reading
As The Queen gains an audience with the latest royal addition, her theatrical alter ego returns to the West End, with Kristin Scott Thomas inheriting Tony-nominated Helen Mirren’s role in Peter Morgan’s updated revival. Callaghan is out; au courant gags … Continue reading
Highlights of my February MoveTo Town and Country Arts page: Pick of the month: The special relationship Gain a new perspective on some of our most iconic buildings with Sir John Soane’s Museum’s behind-the-scenes look at architect/client relations Don’t miss: Play detective Can you spot … Continue reading