Ben Whishaw (Skyfall) and Michelle Fairley (Game of Thrones) play Brutus and Cassius, David Calder plays Caesar and David Morrissey is Mark Antony. Broadcast live from the stage of London's newest theatre, The Bridge.
Charlotte Greenhas one of the most iconic radio voices of her generation. Drawing on her autobiography The News is Read, she recounts aspects of her life on and off-air, offering a fascinating look behind the scenes of radio.
This delightful, funny and touching show relives life during the early 1940s with readings of wartime letters between Oscar-nominated actress Celia Johnson (Brief Encounter) and her explorer and writer husband Peter Fleming (brother of James Bond creator Ian Fleming). Performed by their daughter, Lucy Fleming and Simon Williams (The Archers)
Marrying Mozart's beautiful music with a witty script, this production celebrates the birth of 'teen culture' in a timeless coming-of-age-story and explores the 'other-worldliness' which glamorous Hollywood brought to post 'Blitz' London.
A Chipping Norton Theatre HomeGrown Production. Ben Power’s unique and moving play imagines the star-crossed lovers at the end of long lives together. Shakespeare’s original words are woven together into a new, deeply romantic story of loyalty, loss and enduring love.
Adapted from Jane Austen’s final novel, Persuasion will be brought to new life by a diverse company of actor musicians, in a stylish, contemporary production which examines the timeless nature of love.
Alicia is a hot mess. She doesn’t know what she’s doing with her life. Everyone around her seems to know where they’re going in life, but she’s trying to find ways to cheat growing up and keep her 16-25 railcard.
What does it mean to be an adult, and when do you become one? Quarter Life Crisis mixes addictive basslines, spoken word and audience participation.
Having sold out on her last visit, the extraordinary American actress and singer Apphia Campbell returns with a new story about the African-American experience, the fight for civil rights and women’s role in grassroots politics.
Working with professional theatre practitioners, this week provides a chance to create a musical theatre show. After intensive rehearsals, participants perform their show on The Theatre's stage at 6.30pm on Friday.
The all-female Sea Change Theatre reimagine Shakespeare’s final comedy in a humorous, thought-provoking and gender-bending adaptation for our times, underscored with sea-shanties, calypso and contemporary music.