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Old Red Lion post-show video and photos: What do coronavirus closures mean to fringe theatre?

By |2021-06-11T07:35:10+01:0018 March 2020|

Tuesday 17 March 2020. One of the last theatre performances -for the foreseeable future - in the theatre capital of the world took place at London's Old Red Lion Theatre. A historic, sobering moment, one of many during the global coronavirus crisis.

One Jewish Boy post-show video and photos: How to challenge stereotypes and reduce anti-semitism

By |2020-03-15T20:12:13+00:0015 March 2020|

The UK government's current coronavirus advice is that, with theatres, the show should still go on. I was certainly glad One Jewish Boy, British dramatist Stephen Laughton's brilliant play, written as a response to rising anti-semitism, did last night.

One Jewish Boy

By |2020-02-28T13:30:20+00:0014 March 2020|

Written as an urgent response to rising anti-semitism, One Jewish Boy transfers to the West End's Trafalgar Studios after a controversial, sell-out run at the Old Red Lion Theatre. I'll talk to writer Stephen Laughton and guest Rabbi Miriam Berger about the issues raised.

Love, Loss & Chianti post-show video and photos: Can poetry and theatre help deal with grief?

By |2020-03-27T12:39:14+00:0012 March 2020|

Poet Christopher Reid wrote A Scattering after the death of his wife, actress Lucinda Gane, in 2005. Actor Robert Bathurst came across the book while he was grieving for a fatally ill friend. The aim to stage it became a labour of love.

Can I Help You? post-show video and photos: What’s the lasting legacy of the late Philip Osment?

By |2020-03-15T20:09:43+00:008 March 2020|

Actor, director and prolific playwright Philip Osment passed away last May at the age of 66 after a long respiratory illness. His final play, Can I Help You?, is now receiving its London premiere at Omnibus Theatre care of Playing ON, the company he co-founded to give voice to marginalised communities.

Sinners

By |2020-03-01T18:40:41+00:004 March 2020|

In Sinners, a woman is waiting to be stoned to death for adultery. How common is stoning? Where is it legal? What are the political implications for speaking out - or not - against this barbaric practice?

Macbeth

By |2020-02-18T18:49:58+00:003 March 2020|

Shakespeare’s supernatural and bloody Macbeth bursts onto the stage in this epic new ensemble production and features as the first production in Lazarus Theatre's third year-long residency at Greenwich Theatre.
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