News: Arch 468 shortlists eight plays for Hope Prize

Eight writers have been shortlisted for the inaugural Hope Prize by Arch468. With an incredible number of submissions, the Covid-19 pandemic featured heavily in many; individuals overcoming dystopian reality to create a new world for themselves was another theme. Many explored coming to terms with mental health issues, dealing with drug addiction and reconnecting with... Continue Reading →

News: Katie Arnstein brings back Sexy Lamp and Sticky Door to celebrate the return of live theatre

Shortlisted for the Evening Standard Future of Theatre Award 2021, multi-award-winning writer and performer Katie Arnstein’s It’s A Girl! trilogy has delighted audiences across the country with her relatable and empowering writing and original songs. Now she brings parts two and three of the trilogy back to venues including Pleasance Islington, The Lowry and Nottingham... Continue Reading →

News: Hampstead Theatre Announces The Memory of Water and world premiere of Malindadzimu

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce further live productions for 2021. Shelagh Stephenson’s Olivier Award-winning play The Memory of Water will run from 3 September until 16 October 2021. Alice Hamilton will direct this poignant and painfully funny comedy about conflicting memories, life and loss. The play originally premiered at the theatre in 1996. Hamilton... Continue Reading →

News: Cast announced for UK tour of Tokyo Rose

The highly anticipated tour of the Edinburgh Fringe hit Tokyo Rose has announced their all-female cast, starring Kanako Nakano (Miss Saigon, West End; Priscilla Queen of the Desert, West End). The production, winner of the coveted Les Enfant Terribles Stepladder Award, will also feature Maya Britto (Tokyo Rose, New Diorama Theatre/Edinburgh Fringe; Arabian Nights, Hoxton... Continue Reading →

News: National Theatre announces production dates

The National Theatre will return to performances with full capacity audiences from later this month. Additional seating will now be available for performances of After Life from 27 July alongside the previously-announced productions Rockets and Blue Lights in the Dorfman theatre and Paradise in the Olivier theatre, with extra tickets going on sale to the... Continue Reading →

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