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June 19 2013 Latest news:
The streets of east London are set to radiate with creative energy this summer as the Barbican rolls out pop-up performances, collaborations and festivals beyond its walls.
The Almeida and the innovative touring company, Headlong, have combined to present this amazing production, ingeniuosly directed by Lyndsey Turner.
The Chicago Cowboy is based loosely on the lives of director Leah Townley’s grandparents and scripted by Katherine Pierce.
With the citrus-sucking sunshine still casting a glaze over Finsbury Park on Friday evening, it might have seemed early at any other occasion for a headline act to appear. But considering the majority of this audience had waited for over two decades, there was little need for any more suspense.
Despite the bitterly cold winter and decidedly chilly spring we’ve all endured, it’s hard not to feel summer is just around the corner when the action starts at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.
Casualties is one of the first plays dealing with British armed military involvement in Afghanistan not to gloss over the issue, according to one of the lead actors in the production.
Lashings of authentic Roma Gypsy music and chilly Russian bite colour this engaging 19th century play by Ostrovsky, brought to life in its UK premiere by Insite Performance. Originally entitled, ‘Without A Dowry’, this version has been re-coined ‘Larisa and The Merchants’ by Samuel Adamson and it expertly details the wavering fickleness of the human spirit and the price of love.
With a setting revision to the 1950s, when the times were a-changing, Theatro Technis welcomes a fresh twist on the established Shakespeare comedy.
‘It begins like a fairy-tale’. With these lines, Charity Wakefield, playing Katie Donohue, opens These Shining Lives, and the Park Theatre’s inaugural season.
The founder of the Crouch End Project talks Bob Dylan, backstage tours and homemade brownies.
The chairman of Haslemere Road Residents’ Association asks why local talent and effort is done a disservice by the local authority.
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