From Fun Home to Waitress, from Next to Normal to Finding Neverland - it's always fun collating the various rumours flying around theatreland. After a very busy...
Coming up at the Gate Theatre June to Dec 2010
Coming up at the Gate Theatre, in Notting Hill Gate, west London June to Dec 2010 includes...
10 June to 10 July 2010
Lulu, By Frank Wedekind, adapted and directed by Anna Ledwich. Designed by Helen Goddard , lighting by Emma Chapman. Co produced with Headlong . Starring Sinead Matthews (Lulu). Lulu follows the fortunes and ultimate tragedy of a young woman, a femme-fatale, who skips from one husband to the next, leaving a trail of broken hearts and broken bodies in her wake.
25 Aug to 2 Oct 2010
How To Be An Other Woman, By Lorrie Moore, adapted and directed by Natalie Abrahami. Designed by Samal Blak, lighting by David Holmes. 1980s New York. Anything is possible. Meet a man in an expensive beige raincoat. Attend four movies, three concerts and two-and-a-half museums. Find a picture of his wife on his bedside table. When you were six you thought mistress meant to put your shoes on the wrong feet.
11 Nov to 18 Dec 2010
Joseph K, By Tom Basden. Based on Franz Kafka’s The Trial. Directed by Lyndsey Turner, designed by Chloe Lamford. On the morning of his 30th birthday, Joseph K, wakes to find he’s been arrested. He has no idea what he’s done wrong, but he’s determined to clear his name. As he tries to make sense of his situation, and to outmanoeuvre the authorities who threaten his freedom, Joseph K is brought face to face with the dark heart of the terror state.