All good things must come to an end. Last night was the third and final post-show panel discussion in the series that I've programmed and hosted around Jagged Fence's new production of The Father, starring Alex Ferns.
Photos: Equal parenting, Fathers4Justice and Strindberg’s The Father
I’m still reeling after the thrillingly heated and thought-provoking panel discussion I hosted last night at Trafalgar Studios 2. This was the second in a series of post-show events I’ve programmed around issues and themes raised in Jagged Fence’s explosive new production of Strindberg’s The Father.
My theatre diary: Comedies The Ruling Class, Di and Viv and Rose, Diary of a Nobody and Bad Jews
Serena Evans, James McAvoy and Kathryn Drysdale in The Ruling Class at Trafalgar Studios
My theatre diary: Plays Bull, Donkey Heart, Golem and The Play That Goes Wrong
Patrick Godfrey and Amanda Root in Donkey Heart at Trafalgar Studios If these
My theatre diary: ‘Tis Pity, Made in Dagenham, East Is East and Neville’s Island
The company of 'Tis Pity She's a Whore at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
Why is Jamie Lloyd and Martin Freeman’s Richard III set in a 1970s open-plan office?
When the production shots for Richard III were first released earlier this week,