Sep 15 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
HighTide Festival: In conversation with director Deborah Warner @ Aldeburgh Cinema
A weekend in Suffolk at the HighTide Festival is a treat. An even bigger treat? Combining it with this opportunity to chair an event with one of the country’s leading directors, of whom I’ve long been an admirer. Deborah Warner CBE is an award-winning director working internationally in Theatre and Opera. She has directed work[...]
FIRST MAJOR REVIVAL of David Hare's <em>The Permanent Way</em>, staged under Waterloo: Post-show Q&A with cast and creatives @ The Vaults Theatre
A landmark play about the railways staged beneath one of London’s landmark railway stations…David Hare’s award-winning play The Permanent Way roars to life in a provocative new site-specific staging performed in The Vaults, London’s alternative subterranean venue beneath Waterloo Station. “What happened would simply not have happened under British Rail. It wouldn’t have happened. Not[...]
WEST END REVIVAL OF PETER NICHOLS' CLASSIC <em>A Day in the Death of Joe Egg</em>: Post-show Q&A with the show's stars
After July’s event for Peter Shaffer’s Equus, I’ll return to Trafalgar Studios 1 in October for another major revival of a modern British stage classic. Such a beautiful play. Toby Stephens (Oslo, Lost in Space) and Claire Skinner (Outnumbered) make their long-awaited returns to the West End stage in A Day in the Death of[...]
WORLD PREMIERE 'Snapchat' play <em>The Girl Who Fell</em>: Post-show Q&A with writer, director and cast @ Trafalgar Studios
After A Guide for the Homesick, 3Woman and Late Company, I’ll reunite for a fourth post-show Q&A with Stage Traffic – the world premiere of British dramatist Sarah Rutherford’s The Girl Who Fell. Maybe it’ll teach me more about Snapchat? “It seems wrong that she experienced something so huge without me. Like if your kids[...]