Based on the award-winning novel by Ágota Kristóf and set during WW2, The Notebook tells the story of a pair of twin brothers evacuated to their impoverished grandmother’s farm in order to shelter from the conflict.
Exeter Northcott Theatre is proud to present artistic and executive director Paul Jepson’s directorial debut for the theatre with a new adaptation of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal. The production is also Exeter Northcott Theatre’s first full in-house production in six years.
Arts Council England has made a one off award of £826,786 to enable to launch of The Regional Touring Network.
It’s a testament to their confidence, ability and sensibilities that TicTac Theatre are taking on and touring Dario Fo and Franke Rame‘s The Open Couple.
Three days into motherhood, Rachel doesn’t recognise herself. There’s nothing Sam won’t do to keep his family together, but how do you beat an enemy you can’t see? Friction is a visceral and inspiring story of hard-won recovery and the resilience couples find when their world is falling apart.
A Forest of Dean Youth Theatre group has been selected as one of just 10 to present their performances on London’s South Bank in the National Theatre’s Connections Festival.
Restoration theatre was a revolution in itself, staged anywhere that was available – from disused tennis courts to ancestral family homes. In light of this, forward thinking theatre company Go People are bringing John Vanbrugh’s The Provoked Wife to intimate venues across London; and see they have an amazing opportunity to explore a revival of this idea, making new and unusual spaces our playground in the delivery of a brilliantly alternative theatrical experience.