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 →

Review: Whodunnit (Unrehearsed), Park Theatre

With no funding from the Arts Council or local government, the Park Theatre relies on fundraising to keep its doors open and provide a valuable service to the local community. Thankfully its latest comedy, Whodunnit (Unrehearsed) aims to not only raise much-needed funds for the theatre, but to provide audiences with an utterly hilarious experience... Continue Reading →

The month ahead: June

It seems crazy that we're in June already - the year may be flying by but summer is finally here (at least until the rain arrives in a day or two's time). I'll be spending the long, warm nights wisely - at the theatre. Here are the shows I'll be seeing this month. The month... Continue Reading →

Interview with Katharine Farmer

Katharine Farmer is currently directing the revival of Jerry Sterner's play, Other People's Money, which is running at the Southwark Playhouse. I caught up with Katharine to find out more about her latest project. Can you tell me a little bit about Other People's Money? ‘Other People’s Money’ is about the seduction of money and... Continue Reading →

Review: Funeral Flowers, Bunker Theatre

Inspired by the story of businesswoman Gina Moffatt, who started up her own floristry business while in Holloway Prison, Funeral Flowers made its debut at the Edinburgh Festival last year to critical acclaim, and now arrives at London’s Bunker Theatre for a limited run. Angelique is a 17-year-old girl who dreams of being a florist.... Continue Reading →

News: Ovalhouse announces 2019 summer season

With only two seasons left before Ovalhouse moves into its new home in Brixton, their 2019 summer season is packed full of extraordinary artists making bold new plays with three full length shows and four FiRST BiTES. For the first time, Ovalhouse has programmed an incredible showcase of six new plays by their Young Associate... Continue Reading →

Interview with Linus Karp

The one-man tragi-comedy Awkward Conversations with Animals I’ve F*cked arrives at London's King's Head Theatre on 12 April following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. I spoke to star Linus Karp to find out more about the story behind this unusually titled play. Can you tell me more about Awkward Conversations with Animals... Continue Reading →

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