RADA Festival

Theatre, Drama
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The UK's premiere place to learn how to be an actor is having its annual festival designed to showcase what the Ian McKellens of tomorrow have been up to. Highlights include a cutting edge family show 'The Grumpiest Boy in the World' (Sat 29 Jun; ages 4-8); 'Zelda' about the wife of novelist F Scott Fitzgerald (Tue 2 Jul); a surreal black comedy about two French theatre directors trying to workshop a lost 18th century classic (Thu 4 Jul & Sat 6 Jul) and a performance of Debbie Tucker Green's hard-hitting play 'random' which gets to the heart of knife crime in the UK. See www.rada.ac.uk/whats-on/rada-festival for more information.


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RADA Festival - Of the 3-4 shows a day, I saw 'Another Life' on Monday - a chilling take on power and the 'War on Terror'. Led by a seasoned RADA graduate returning from the US to showcase the work at his school. On again on Tuesday 18h30. Also works by RADA teachers to enjoy.