Starting from Scratch is a selection of new writing from some of the best up and coming playwrights of the age. A well-rounded mix of laughter, tears, drama and pathos, these short strokes of genius will be passionately performed by some of London’s brightest emerging talent. Showing from March 22nd to 29th.
This is the Shakespeare timeless tragedy but through the female gaze. Hamlet is a woman lost in a man's world steeped in history and tradition, desperate to break the mould and fight the notion that frailty is personified by womanhood. Set to run from 17 April to 23 May.
Baby Reindeer won Best Video Design at the Off West End Theatres Awards on Sunday 8th March. It has also been nominated for Outstanding Achievement in anAffiliate Theatre at the Oliver Awards.
On until Saturday 21st March. The play is based on true stories from the sharp edge of transatlantic deportation.
Created by Aktualise Theatre company. It is showing at the Drayton Arms in London from 24th-28th March.
Jemma is playing Grace Craven in The Secret Garden which is an adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's 1911 children's classic novel. From the producers of Harry Potter and Paddington.
Robert Lennon, is in Superman at the Vault festival in March.
Superman is an experimental, gig-theatre project working with students and young people to unravel ideas of consent when they’re young, through daring alternative music, chorus work, spoken word and soundscape.
Callum McGuire, Jonty Weston and Ben Simon star in Catch of the Day
returning to Ireland but this time in Dublin at the Smock Alley Theatre from 30th March to 4th April 2020, 8pm (Sat matinee at 3pm) and West Waterford food festival on 17th April.
Emma is a 2020 comedy-drama film directed by Autumn de Wilde, from a screenplay by Eleanor Catton and is based on Jane Austen's 1815 novel of the same name. Its story follows Emma Woodhouse, a young woman who interferes in the love lives of her friends. It stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Josh O'Connor, Callum Turner, Mia Goth, Miranda Hart, and Bill Nighy.
Previews of The Cherry Orchard started last week, and it will be live streamed to cinemas across Ireland and the UK on 5th March at 7pm. Or you can go and see it at Galway Black Box Theatre from 22nd February to 7th March 2020 and at Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre from 8th to 11th April 2020.
The Oxford School of Drama graduate Charity Wakefield has produced A Serial Killers Guide to Life. It is a female led, jet black comedy film. Three other Oxford School of Drama graduates feature - Carys Lewis, Will Strange and Frances Millar.
The 3rd year students have been busy performing in a new play by Singapore-born playwright, Joel Tan called no particular order this week. The play is set in an unnamed place in an unnamed time, where a despot has come to power. What we see of this country is a flicker book of portraits - lyrical, witty, and savage snapshots that chart the human landscape of revolutions past, present, and future.
Established earlier this year by recent graduates, Flaw State, announced its first production, Bored of Knives, written by Kitty Fox Davis and Megan Louise Wilson. After a successful run at The White Bear in London the show will now be transferring to Greenwich Theatre and will run from May 12th to May 16th.
House of Shame is a debut play written by Daisy Marsh and directed by Billy Dunmore. It will be performed at Katzpace from 10th to 13th May. Both graduated from The Oxford School of Drama in 2018 and this is their first play from the newly created theatre company; Slap and Tickle. Set in 1966, House of Shame is a black comedy about three friends and their captive.
Anything is Possible if You Think About It Hard Enough is on from the 1st to 25th April at the Southwark Playhouse performed by Small Things Theatre and was written by one of our graduates Cordelia O'Neill.