FOUNDED in 1941 after the Irish wit and fabian socialist George Bernard Shaw, the Shaw Society recently moved from Conway Hall to the Actors Centre in Tower Street.
IT'S hard to imagine how anyone could possibly conceive of, let alone create, a family show from a real-life tragedy that left over 330 dead, including 186 children.
DAVID Spicer’s new comedy, Raising Martha, encompasses animal welfare, human remains, familial squabbles, a corrupt copper and six-foot frogs, but favours quick laughs over a meaningful plot.
STRANGERS IN BETWEEN
at King’s Head Theatre
JUST AN ORDINARY LAWYER
at Theatro Technis
Former soap actress decided against waiting for the right role to come along
THE theatre should be a forum for discussing the world we live in today, says actor Michelle Collins – and her belief in the power of the stage to work as a prism to make sense of the here an
THE KITE RUNNER
at Wyndham’s Theatre
THE MAD HATTER’S TEA PARTY
at The Roundhouse
TWENTY years after directing its West End debut, Matthew Warchus revives Art at The Old Vic.
THE Camden Fringe is gearing up for its 12th year, with potential participants invited to apply between now and
AS the decorations are put away for another year, so too are the seasonal pantomimes.