Theatre

A tender family drama, raw with emotional intensity but fresh in humour and humanity. A true ensemble piece, the drama plays out via a series of tense encounters between various members of the Pennington family...
Jane Asher in The Gathering Leaves. Photo: Mark Douet
The company jumps to it in The Car Man. Photo: Bill Cooper
Lana is stuck in a dull marriage with bullish garage owner Dino. She whiles away hot days in the dusty American town of Harmony by flirting with an abundance of buff mechanics...
Brainstorm at the National Theatre
Islington Community Theatre, with Ned Glasier at the helm, bring a beautifully open and emotional piece of theatre to the National...
Daniel Mays and Peter Wight in The Red Lion
From the whistle, the audience is pitched deep into the decaying dressing room of a historic club. Manager and kit-man are deep in conversation about their chances of topping the league...
Joe Armstrong and Louise Brealey in Constellations
Constellations slices up time and a relationship and examines how only slightly varying factors can change the course of a couple’s experience together...
Shaun Kitchener and Timothy George in Positive. Photo: Robert Workman
Shaun Kitchener’s engaging comedy confronting the prejudices and misinformation surrounding people living with HIV in the UK today.
Isaac and Eliza Insley in Turn of the Screw. Photo: David Sprecher
An eerie, lonely piano piece in a minor key instantly sets the mood for Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s stage adaptation of Henry James’s Victorian ghost story...
Matthew Tennyson in The Seagull. Photo: Johan Persson
From the word go, the whole company deliver a treasure trove of delicate subtexts in a play where...
Louise Ford and John Hodgkinson in Orson’s Shadow. Photo: Simon Annand
The year is 1960 and Ken Tynan persuades the American actor/director Orson Welles to direct British...
Ellie Bell and Owen Guerin in The Gruffalo
Tall Stories’ The Gruffalo, spending the summer in the West End, is a near-hour of perfect...
Here's to a decade of the Camden Fringe
With the Camden Fringe celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, organiser Michelle Flowers has...
Timothy and Sally George in Positive    photo: shaun kitchener
A real life mother and son play Margo and Benji as they struggle to accept an HIV diagnosis in...
Simon Russell Beale and Paul Higgins in Temple. Photo: Johan Persson
It is October 28, 2011, and the tom-toms of the Occupy protest are pounding outside St Paul’s. The...
News: July 24-30. Calm Down, Dear is returning to Camden People’s Theatre...
Angus Wright and Lia Williams in Oresteia. Photo: Manuel Harlan
Robert Icke rewrites Aeschylus’s ancient Greek story of revenge and retribution, directing it to...
Kate Fleetwood in High Society. Photo: Johan Persson
Like a champagne cork popping, High Society bursts into party mood. And in the words of the Cole...
Antony Sher in Death of a Salesman
Doran’s production, moving seamlessly between memory and present, grips in a way that makes a long...
Gypsy at the Savoy Theatre
One of Broadway’s best, Gypsy presents pushy show-biz Momma Rose and her daughters struggling...
Serena Manteghi in The Railway Children
Mike Kenny’s adaptation does not disappoint as Damien Cruden’s whizzing stage set takes us from...