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December 13 2013 Latest news:
The farce is often unfairly sneered at as a model of comedy, seen as unfashionable and somehow as the cheap relation to sophisticated wordplay.
Like another famous children’s story, Erich Kastner’s 1929 book begins with a lone child despatched by his mother on a perilous journey with a present for grandma.
Clarity, pace, and great performances are what you expect from Michael Grandage’s productions and this star vehicle for Jude Law is no exception.
Athletic cast brings animals to life in atmospheric production
The clue’s perhaps in the name: this isn’t traditional ‘ballet’ but two carefully-staged set pieces of choreography, each pulsating with a unique rhythm and energy of its own.
Now a dozen years old, this is Tall Stories’ original stage adaptation of a Julia Donaldson picture book and so successful has the Highgate-based theatre company become that they seem to have Christmas kids’ entertainment sewn up this year.
Kathy Burke is happy to go on the record: she has nothing against nuns.
Last Sunday, the first exhibition celebrating the alternative theatre movement of the sixties, seventies and eighties opened at Ovalhouse in South London. Here one of its biggest supporters, the recently knighted St John’s Wood resident Sir Tony Robinson, talks to us about the movement, his career so far and future plans.
Fifties costumes out of time with revisted Greek tragedy
Deeply moving tales of real-life Jewish Londoners
Thought-provoking plays launch pub theatre
Parents campaigning for a free school in West Hampstead have revealed figures which show children living in the NW6 postcode have attended 48 different secondary schools over the last three years.
Trailblazing innovations saw master organ builder Henry Willis become the darling of the Victorian age - and his work can be seen to this day at Alexandra Palace and cathedrals across the country, discovers Adam Sonin.
Peter Gorb, businessman, pioneering design management teacher, and one of Hampstead’s most charismatic champions, has died aged 87.
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