Occasionally, I have time to write about productions where I haven’t chaired a post-show talk and perhaps even thoughts on topics that have nothing to do with theatre. You can find these ramblings here, including my still very popular What I Learned Today series.
How old were you when 9/11 happened? What were you doing on 9/11? And, if you were in
Gabriel Vick and Daisy Maywood in Promises, Promises A few thoughts on musical productions I've seen recently, with
Women's March London, 21 January 2017. © Peter Jones This week the president of the United States Donald
Me and Mark Shenton in the middle with some of our amazing Awards volunteers: James Lawrence, Claire Ackling, Tina
Me with panelists Danny Chivers (BP or not BP?), Shiv Malik and Marta Brebner (Women's Equality Party). The
The Wild Party runs at London's Hope Theatre until 28 January 2017 Stage shows based on Joseph Moncure
Critics' Theatre 2016 highlights included: Harry Potter, Groundhog Day, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Yerma, King Lear, the all-female Shakespeare
What makes the experts' lists of the shows most to look forward to in 2017? What are the
Ahead of rounding up various publications #theatre2016 highlights, I’m taking a moment to reflect on my own theatregoing year and
Coming up at the National in 2017: My Country, Ugly Lies the Bones, Twelfth Night and Angels in America.