Lindsay Posner directs a beautiful, traditional piece of proper drama
Trevor Nunn’s riveting production of the Cole Porter classic.
Michael Frayn’s 2003 play about German politics and human nature.
Today’s the day you can break away from this winter of discontent and book tickets to see Richard III at the Old Vic; it’s sure to be the theatrical event of our glorious summer 2011.
No panto for the Old Vic this Christmas. Instead, A Flea in Her Ear is a 1907 French farce by the master of the genre Feydeau, in a translation by the late, great John Mortimer. And although you don’t get to shout “He’s behind you!” at any time during this show, you still get the right dose of festive fun in this fantastic play…
Stretching down into the depths beneath Waterloo station, your path lined with layers of graffiti lovingly enhanced by generations of hooded youths, you will find a place which is not, as you might on first glance think, an overflow junk yard for Network Rail, but …