News: Cast announced for Jade City

The cast has been announced for Alice Malseed’s Jade City, coming to The Bunker this September. Tackling men’s mental health and the lack of opportunities faced by so many in Britain, Jade City follows two friends struggling with the pressures of their everyday lives in Belfast. Barry Calvert (Sean, Tour; Awaiting Revolution, Lane Productions; Leaves... Continue Reading →

Review: Macbeth, Temple Church

Something wicked this way comes…to London’s Temple Church to be precise. Antic Disposition, renowned for producing innovative interpretations of classic stories, returns to this iconic venue following the success of previous productions of Romeo and Juliet, Henry V and Richard III. This time it’s the turn of one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies, Macbeth, a dark... Continue Reading →

News: Nuclear Future to embark on UK tour

From the award-winning Gameshow, Nuclear Future is a shattering new play about the dangerous potential which sits quietly in bunkers across the globe. As the apocalyptic impact of a nuclear disaster regains a foothold in public conversation, this show presents this threat on a more human scale. How do we explain to our children that... Continue Reading →

News: Pops cast win The Stage Edinburgh Awards

Nigel Barrett and Sophie Melville have both won The Stage Edinburgh Award for their performances as a father and daughter caught in a cycle of addiction in Charlotte Josephine’s Pops, directed by Ali Pidsley (Barrel Organ). It comes to Edinburgh as part of HighTide’s Disruption series, in partnership with Assembly Roxy. Writer Charlie Josephine comments,... Continue Reading →

Interview with Cressida Peever

Shotgun Carousel's latest immersive experience Red Palace opens at the Vaults next month. I spoke with writer Cressida Peever to find out more.  Can you tell me about Red Palace? Red Palace is an immersive fusion of theatre, cabaret and circus. Produced by Shotgun Carousel, it combines their signature sass and spectacle with the gothic... Continue Reading →

Interview with Linus Karp

Following a successful run at the King's Head Theatre earlier this year, one-man tragi-comedy Awkward Conversations with Animals I’ve F*cked is set to embark on a national tour this autumn. I caught up with star Linus Karp again to find out more.  For those people who haven't seen Awkward Conversations With Animals I've F*cked, what can... Continue Reading →

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