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  • Interview: Sharon Small On …  Bringing Scots to the National
    Interview: Sharon Small On … Bringing Scots to the National

    Ena Lamont Stewart’s 1947 play Men Should Weep
    has received a rare revival at the National Theatre, where it opened in
    the Lyttelton Theatre on 26 October 2010 (previews from[readmore]

    Monday 1st November 2010
  • News: Nominations Open in 11th Annual WOS Awards
    News: Nominations Open in 11th Annual WOS Awards

    The nominations phase in the 11th annual Whatsonstage.com Awards, the “theatregoers’ choice”, opens today, Monday 1 November 2020. The annual Awards have firmly established their place in the theatrical calendar[readmore]

    Monday 1st November 2010
  • Blog: Blasted, Bonded and Bothered
    Blog: Blasted, Bonded and Bothered

    On successive nights at the end of last week we had the best production of Sarah Kane’s Blasted I’ve seen, at the Lyric Hammersmith, and the first ever performance of[readmore]

    Monday 1st November 2010
  • Review Round-up: Critics Get Blasted at Lyric
    Review Round-up: Critics Get Blasted at Lyric

    Sarah Kane’s seminal and brutal play Blasted, which was famously derided by critics when it premiered at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs in 1995, has been revived at the Lyric[readmore]

    Monday 1st November 2010
  • Review Round-up: Priestley’s Married at Garrick
    Review Round-up: Priestley’s Married at Garrick

    Christopher Luscombe’s West End revival of JB Priestley’s 1938 comedy When We Are Married opened at the Garrick Theatre last week (28 October 2010, previews from 19 October).
    The cast includes[readmore]

    Monday 1st November 2010
  • News: Opening: Novecento, Harrow, Macbeth, Sellers
    News: Opening: Novecento, Harrow, Macbeth, Sellers

    Amongst the major London openings, in the West End and further afield, this week are:
    OPENING TONIGHT, Monday 1 November 2010 (previews from 28 October), the Donmar’s residency at Trafalgar[readmore]

    Monday 1st November 2010
  • Review: There Will Be More ***
    Review: There Will Be More ***

    The title of Edward Bond’s new play – his first premiere in a London theatre in over two decades – is doubly ominous: there will be more carnage, despair and[readmore]

    Sunday 31st October 2010
  • News: Cumberbatch Returns to National for Frankenstein
    News: Cumberbatch Returns to National for Frankenstein

    Danny Boyle’s production of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein will see Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch return to the National following his critically-acclaimed appearance in After The Dance::E8831276073724 this summer. It was[readmore]

    Friday 29th October 2010
  • Review: Blasted *****
    Review: Blasted *****

    More pitiful than pornographic, more tender than tendentious, more tragic than traumatic, Sarah Kane’s Blasted has worked its way in the world these past fifteen years as a modern classic,[readmore]

    Friday 29th October 2010
  • Review: Reasons to be Cheerful ***
    Review: Reasons to be Cheerful ***

    With vigorous renditions of the songs of Ian Dury, an adept cast and Gaelle Mellis’ busy, bright set design, there are many reasons to be cheerful about this new musical[readmore]

    Thursday 28th October 2010