It’s been confirmed that a new bio-musical about the rise to fame of the Bee Gees is in the works, and could be eyeing a place in the West End.
Universal Theatrical Group is the team behind...
The Tricycle Theatre, in Kilburn, north London has announced its Spring/Summer Season, which includes...
Neighbourhood Watch by Alan Ayckbourn, from 10 April to 5 May 2012. Starring Eileen Battye, Terence Booth, Phil Cheadle, Matthew Cottle, Richard Derrington, Frances Grey, Amy Loughton, Alexandra Mathie. A cautionary tale about the dangers of taking the laws into your own hands.
A Slow Air by David Harrower , from 8 May to 2 June 2012. Produced by Tron Theatre Company. Starring Susan Vidler, Lewis Howden. The story of a brother and sister in their mid-40s who live in Lowland Scotland, fifty miles apart...they haven’t spoken to each other for fourteen years.
Mary Shelley by Helen Edmundson, from 12 June to 7 July 2012. Directed by Polly Teale, produced by West Yorkshire Playhouse, Shared Experience & Nottingham Playhouse Co-production. Starring Kristin Atherton, Flora Nicholson, Ben Lamb, William Chubb, Shannon Tarbet, Sadie Shimmin. An exploration of the radical beliefs and relationships that led the author of Frankenstein to write one of the greatest novels in history when she was just 19-years-old.
Jazz at Cafe Society by Alex Webb, with the help of club owner Barney Josephson’s widow, Terry Trilling-Josephson, from 16 to 21 July 2012. This swinging musical show tells the true story of the legendary 1940s New York nightclub, owned by Barney Josephson, which promoted racial equality and progressive causes – and played host to some of the finest musical talent of the 20th century. The soundtrack comes from the Cafe Society All Stars with musical highlights including representations of performances by Billie Holiday, Big Joe Turner, Lena Horne, Sarah Vaughan, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Nellie Lutcher and Lucienne Boyer.
Bravo Figaro! - Mark Thomas 10 to 22 Sep 2012. Directed by Hamish Pirie. His father's development of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy forces an evaluation of their relationship, and inspired by his father's love of opera, Mark takes three opera singers to Bournemouth and puts on a concert in his father's living room.