Great area but I would like to know where Alan Davis lives? I want to send him a small 'Blue Whale' and can't find his contact address anywhere. I hope sombody can help me. Thanks John
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Bear Grylls would be so pissed off: in US playwright Anne Washburn’s bracingly idiosyncratic play, the survivors of a non-specific North American apocalypse don’t salvage food or weapons from the rubble, but culture. And when I say ‘culture’, I mean popular cartoon ‘The Simpsons’. And when I say ‘The Simpsons’, I mean sublime 1993 episode ‘Cape Feare’.‘Mr Burns’ is divided
Following her extraordinary verbatim musical 'London Road' – a suprise smash at the National Theatre – Alecky Blythe returns with a new verbatim play, this one about the London 2011 riots. Fearless director Joe Hill-Gibbins is reunited with Blythe after their hilarious and enlightening 'The Girlfriend Experience' set in a brothel by the sea. 'Little Revolution' is be a view of the riots from
It is said in theatre folklore that Thornton Wilder's script has played every night somewhere in the US since 1938. Who knows if this nugget is actually true, or even how one would go about proving it. But it does give some indication as to how popular Wilder's simple story of two lives in small-town America really is. American actor-director David Cromer opens his stripped back production of the
An intriguing new adaptation of August Strindberg's Norwegian classic 'Miss Julie', this show is set in the '20s where Miss Julie is throwing a party for a group of bright young things. As she flirts with her father's butler, the scars of war rear their ugly head. Jonathan Sidgwick has written the adaptation for In Residence Theatre Company.
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