News: Hampstead Theatre announces cast for Tennessee Williams’ The Two Character Play

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce the cast for Tennessee Williams’, The Two Character Play, directed by Sam Yates, from 17 July until 28 August. Yates is making a highly anticipated return to the theatre following his Olivier-nominated production of The Phlebotomist (2019). Kate O’Flynn and Zubin Varla will perform in this innovative, psychological thriller... Continue Reading →

News: Hampstead Theatre announces new playwriting programme and new youth project for Camden teens

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce a new playwriting programme, for which participants will be paid, led by the multi-award-winning TV and theatre writer, Mike Bartlett (BBC Doctor Foster, BBC Life, King Charles III), and IGNITE a new, free youth project for 13-17year olds living in Camden. Both initiatives will launch online this spring alongside... Continue Reading →

News: Hampstead Theatre’s 60th anniversary production of The Dumb Waiter postponed

Following news that London will enter Tier 3 restrictions, Hampstead Theatre’s 60th anniversary production of The Dumb Waiter will now run from Monday 4 January 2021 until Saturday 30 January 2021. Acclaimed stage and screen actors Alec Newman and Shane Zaza play the roles of Ben and Gus, respectively, in this 60th anniversary production directed by Alice Hamilton, originally programmed for spring.... Continue Reading →

News: The Mono Box launches The Monologue Library

Hampstead Theatre’s Associate Company, The Mono Box, is delighted to announce the launch of The Monologue Library, audio recordings of renowned artists performing their favourite theatrical speeches. Available on themonobox.co.uk the Library features over 100 speeches by artists such as Sir Derek Jacobi, Denise Gough, Sheila Atim, Gina McKee, Prasanna Puwanarajah and Sir Simon Russell... Continue Reading →

News: Hampstead Theatre to stream past productions online for free

Hampstead Theatre and The Guardian will re-release the live stream recordings of Mike Bartlett ’s Wild , Beth Steel ’s Wonderland and Howard Brenton ’s Drawing the Line for free. Available to watch on theguardian.com and hampsteadtheatre.com, the three productions will be made available, on demand, over three consecutive weeks as part of the theatre’s #HampsteadTheatreAtHome series. Week 1, from Monday 30 March 10am to Sunday 5 April 10pm (GMT), will feature Mike Bartlett’s Wild (2016).  Directed by James... Continue Reading →

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