Tagged in TRAFALGAR STUDIOS

Should Pulitzer-Winning Play Buried Child Remain Buried?

Should Pulitzer-Winning Play Buried Child Remain Buried?

Sam Shepard's 1978 work gets another airing. | By Chris Bridges ★★★☆☆
Young British TV Stars Are Great On Stage In This Is Living

Young British TV Stars Are Great On Stage In This Is Living

Moving play tells story of grief. | By Lettie Mckie
Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games

Review: The Maids Serves Up Psychosexual Power Games

Jean Genet's play blurs fantasy with reality. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Review: Firebird Might Be Grim But It's A Must-See

Review: Firebird Might Be Grim But It's A Must-See

Play about teen abuse performed with rare eloquence. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★★
Review: Morality Tale Meets Wilde Wit In An Intimate Venue

Review: Morality Tale Meets Wilde Wit In An Intimate Venue

Oscar Wilde's novella adapted for the stage by his own grandson. | By Sam Smith ★★★★☆
Tom Attenborough's Chilling Drama The Wasp: Review

Tom Attenborough's Chilling Drama The Wasp: Review

Tale of unequal friendship comes to the West End. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★☆
All-Star Cast Harass Gemma Chan In The Homecoming: Review

All-Star Cast Harass Gemma Chan In The Homecoming: Review

Harold Pinter's dank, domestic nightmare. | By Stuart Black ★★★★☆
Four Minutes Twelve Seconds Interview: Ringside Seats At Teen Sex And Technology Drama

Four Minutes Twelve Seconds Interview: Ringside Seats At Teen Sex And Technology Drama

We chat with the play's director. | By BelindaL
Mouthful Dishes Up Plenty Of Food For Thought

Mouthful Dishes Up Plenty Of Food For Thought

Short plays explore greed and an unsustainable global food system. | By Lettie Mckie ★★★★☆
An Alternative Look At Apartheid Struggles In Ambitious Play

An Alternative Look At Apartheid Struggles In Ambitious Play

Not always black against white. | By Laura Reynolds ★★★★☆
Stop! The Play Has A Terrible Script -- Deliberately

Stop! The Play Has A Terrible Script -- Deliberately

Play within a play has some corkingly bad lines. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
Alan Bennett Meets Terence Rattigan In Bomber's Moon

Alan Bennett Meets Terence Rattigan In Bomber's Moon

Wartime reminiscence with snarky pensioner James Bolam. | By Johnny Fox ★★★★☆
An Ingenious Spectacle Of Live Action And Animation

An Ingenious Spectacle Of Live Action And Animation

Golem transfers to the West End. | By Tiffany Pritchard ★★★★☆
Battle Of The Sexes Rages In Strindberg’s The Father

Battle Of The Sexes Rages In Strindberg’s The Father

How to make a drama out of a marital crisis. | By Neil Dowden ★★★☆☆
West End Revival The Ruling Class Has X-Appeal

West End Revival The Ruling Class Has X-Appeal

But script is flabby and dated. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★☆☆
Dickens With A Difference At Trafalgar Studios

Dickens With A Difference At Trafalgar Studios

Miss Havisham, Sikes and Nancy brought to life. | By Londonist ★★★☆☆
East Is East Is Right For West End

East Is East Is Right For West End

Horrocks vehicle is a laugh a minute. | By BelindaL
Buggers Muddle: The Trials Of Oscar Wilde

Buggers Muddle: The Trials Of Oscar Wilde

Short on epigrams and long on legal argument. | By Johnny Fox
Coal-Dark Drama: Land Of Our Fathers At Trafalgar Studios

Coal-Dark Drama: Land Of Our Fathers At Trafalgar Studios

Restless, inquisitive drama in a blocked-off mineshaft. | By James FitzGerald
Martin Freeman Left Stranded In Bizarrely Office-Bound Richard III

Martin Freeman Left Stranded In Bizarrely Office-Bound Richard III

Sherlock actor hamstrung by woeful direction. | By Stuart Black
One-Man Tooting: I Found My Horn At Trafalgar Studios

One-Man Tooting: I Found My Horn At Trafalgar Studios

One man, one mid-life crisis, one musical instrument. | By DannyH
Sexuality In A 1930s Boarding School: Another Country

Sexuality In A 1930s Boarding School: Another Country

The 1980s play finds a home at Trafalgar Studios. | By DannyH
The Only Way Is Downton: Cream Tea & Vajazzles

The Only Way Is Downton: Cream Tea & Vajazzles

Impressions comedian Luke Kempner transforms Downton. | By Ruth Hargreaves
Win Tickets To See The Pride At Trafalgar Studios

Win Tickets To See The Pride At Trafalgar Studios

The Pride brings compassion and courage to Trafalgar Studios. | Sponsor
Like A Lynchian Neighbours Episode: Happy New At The Trafalgar Studios

Like A Lynchian Neighbours Episode: Happy New At The Trafalgar Studios

Brendan Cowell's latest play is full of stylistic tics and wilful weirdness. | By Londonist
Win Tickets To See The Hothouse And Pinter Shorts

Win Tickets To See The Hothouse And Pinter Shorts

A devilishly funny play by Harold Pinter, plus two of Pinter's finest shorts (sponsored post). | Sponsor
The Hothouse: You Don't Have To Be Crazy To Work Here, But It Helps

The Hothouse: You Don't Have To Be Crazy To Work Here, But It Helps

Simon Russell Beale and John Simm take on Pinter. | By Rachel Holdsworth
What's On In London Theatre: 26 February - 4 March

What's On In London Theatre: 26 February - 4 March

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and opera opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Macbeth @ The Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Macbeth @ The Trafalgar Studios

A post-apocalyptic disappointment. | By Zoe Craig
What’s On In London Theatre 19-25 February

What’s On In London Theatre 19-25 February

Our pick of London’s best theatre, dance and opera opening this week. | By Zoe Craig
Win Tickets To See The Silence Of The Sea

Win Tickets To See The Silence Of The Sea

An exquisitely constructed human drama from Donmar at the Trafalgar Studios (sponsored post). | Sponsor
Theatre Review: The Silence of the Sea @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: The Silence of the Sea @ Trafalgar Studios

An rare example of silence playing a key role in a play. | By Sam Smith
What's On In London Theatre: 8-14 January

What's On In London Theatre: 8-14 January

The best comedy, drama, and dance opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Dance of Death @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Dance of Death @ Trafalgar Studios

A feisty, sharp, hard-hitting drama that will stay with you. | By Tiffany Pritchard
What’s On in London Theatre 9-15 October

What’s On in London Theatre 9-15 October

Our top tips for the best theatre and dance shows opening in London this week. | By Zoe Craig
What's On In London Theatre: 2-8 October

What's On In London Theatre: 2-8 October

Here are a few highlights from London’s theatrical calendar for the next seven days. | By Zoe Craig
What's On In London Theatre 18-25 September

What's On In London Theatre 18-25 September

This week’s theatrical openings and reminders about those shows that are leaving London in the next seven days. | By Zoe Craig
What’s On In London Theatre: 26 Jun-2 Jul

What’s On In London Theatre: 26 Jun-2 Jul

The top theatre, dance, and cabaret shows opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Step 9 (of 12) @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Step 9 (of 12) @ Trafalgar Studios

A play that appals and delights in equal measure | By Simon Anderson
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 1 – 7 May

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 1 – 7 May

This week’s hottest theatre, dance, opera, classical, world music, jazz and art events | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 6–12 March

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 6–12 March

Fun-sounding theatre, opera, jazz, world music and art exhibitions opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: The Leisure Society @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: The Leisure Society @ Trafalgar Studios

Agyness Deyn's theatrical debut should make headlines for all the right reasons. | By SamF
Theatre Review: Sex With A Stranger @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Sex With A Stranger @ Trafalgar Studios

Laugh-out-loud funny and excruciatingly sad: welcome to the messy world of relationships | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 31 January - 6 February

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 31 January - 6 February

Our pick of the new dance, theatre, art and classical music on offer in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Three Days In May @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Three Days In May @ Trafalgar Studios

Was giving up ever an option...? | By Nicolas Chinardet
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 1-7 November

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 1-7 November

Our pick of the new theatre, opera, dance the art shows opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 25-31 October

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 25-31 October

Our suggestions for the top dance, opera, theatre and exhibitions opening this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 4-10 October

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 4-10 October

Our pick of the theatre, dance, opera, art and exhibitions opening in London this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 16-22 August

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 16-22 August

Our (slim) pick of this week's art and theatre openings | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 26 July - 1 August

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 26 July - 1 August

The new London art, theatre and dance shows that have caught our eye this week | By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 19 – 25 July

Arts Ahead: What’s On In London 19 – 25 July

Genre pushing theatre at the Almeida and strange occult art at Camden Arts Centre are balanced with traditional romantic musical fayre at the Piccadilly Theatre (anyone for pottery?) and a Russian Swan Lake at the ROH | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: End of the Rainbow @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: End of the Rainbow @ Trafalgar Studios

We've got a confession to make: one of the reasons we went to see <a href="http://www.endoftherainbowlondon.com/">End of the Rainbow</a> at the Trafalgar Studios last night was the promise of hearing some incredible songs sung live, rather than listening to recordings. We weren't disappointed. But what a shame the script failed to live up to the singing. | By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Educating Rita @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Educating Rita @ Trafalgar Studios

By Zoe Craig
Arts Ahead: What's On In London 29 June - 5 July

Arts Ahead: What's On In London 29 June - 5 July

By Zoe Craig
Theatre Review: Confessions of a Dancewhore @ Trafalgar Studios

Theatre Review: Confessions of a Dancewhore @ Trafalgar Studios

By Franco Milazzo
Review: Dirty White Boy @ Trafalgar Studios

Review: Dirty White Boy @ Trafalgar Studios

By Nicolas Chinardet
Theatre Review: Madness in Valencia @ Trafalgar Studios 2

Theatre Review: Madness in Valencia @ Trafalgar Studios 2

By Zoe Craig
Review: Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, Trafalgar Studios

Review: Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, Trafalgar Studios

By JamesD