New Diorama Theatre’s DOWN & OUT IN PARIS AND LONDON Trailer (2016)

GEORGE My name is George Orwell and I am a terrible writer POLLY As a journalist I’ve lived a very comfortable life… POLLY …but this was already a different city. GEORGE I hadn’t washed in three weeks… GEORGE …and was spending days without food. POLLY I’d travelled all across London and still was jobless. GEORGE I can’t see […]

Boise’s Beautiful Egyptian Theatre: A Unique Piece of History

The Egyptian Theatre of Boise, Idaho, originally known as the Ada Theatre and the Fox Theatre, opened its doors in April of 1927 with the showing of the movie, Don Juan. The theatre came to be known as the Egyptian Theatre in the 1970s. As you can see, the theatre showcases exquisite and unique Egyptian detailing in its […]

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie | Introducing Festival 2020 | Chichester Festival Theatre

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie is probably Muriel Spark’s most famous novel. It went on, of course, to be a famous film starring Maggie Smith and this is a wonderful play, a big play on our main stage. It tells the story of an inspirational, unconventional teacher and perhaps also touches on the influence and impact those […]

Crave | Introducing Festival 2020 | Chichester Festival Theatre

Crave is a powerful play-poem by Sarah Kane. Sarah was a majorly influential figure in modern British drama and I felt it was about time that we introduced her work to audiences in Chichester. It’ll be directed by Tinuke Craig who is returning to Chichester. Her productions of random/generations were a huge hit in the 2018 season, and […]

National Theatre Live: Present Laughter | Andrew Scott “Everybody’s against me!”

— I think you’d better go away somewhere. — But I’ve only just come back.— Monica! Monica! Come here at once! — What on earth’s the matter? Have you or have you not ever seen me overact? — Frequently! — It’s a conspiracy! I knew it! As a matter of fact, you’re overacting now. Oh, very well. I […]

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