Interview: Liv Morris & George Heyworth Talk Bourgeois & Maurice’s “Pleasure Seekers”

Liv Morris and George Heyworth’s Bourgeois & Maurice are back with a new flamboyant show which is set to play Soho Theatre until April 30th 2022. “Pleasure Seekers” promises their signature “darkly camp satire and outré fashions” complete with catchy satirical songs and a feast for the senses, but this new show also invites audiences... Continue Reading →

Interview: Mathew Horne & Keith Allen Talk “The Homecoming”

Harold Pinter’s 1965 play “The Homecoming” has been called a “masterpiece” and a “modern classic”. Its exploration of family dynamics and rocky relationships earned this “bleakly funny” play a Tony Award and now a new production is making its way across the UK starring Mathew Horne (“Gavin and Stacey”, “Bad Education”, “Rain Man” Tour) and... Continue Reading →

Interview: Laura Turner and Stephen Gillard Talk Fury Theatre’s “Abigail”

Female-led theatre company Fury Theatre are bringing their latest show, “Abigail”, to The Space Theatre from 3-7 May 2022. A modern history play, “Abigail” is billed as “a feminist re-telling of the Salem Witch Trials from the perspective of real-life accuser Abigail Williams.” Here, co-writers Laura Turner and Stephen Gillard (who also directs) chat about... Continue Reading →

Interview: Designer Sara Perks Talks “Footloose” (Touring)

March 2022 Following two critically acclaimed tours and huge popular demand, “Footloose The Musical” is back and better than ever. Touring the UK until August, this brand-new production of “Footloose” is designed by Sara Perks who has designed in the region of 250 productions. Sara has been nominated for Broadway World Awards, a Whats On... Continue Reading →

Interview: Alastair Michael Talks Ransack Theatre’s “Catching Comets”

February 2022 Ransack Theatre’s “Catching Comets” is a “multi-dimensional genre mashup” which sees a lonely heart find love and action hero status all at once. Promising honesty and laughter through an ambitious merging of rom-com and action, the play offers up an exploration of love, vulnerability and the impact of notions of masculinity. “Catching Comets”... Continue Reading →

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