WEEK’S THEATRE ROUND-UP
OPEN THIS WEEK AT THE NATIONAL THEATRE
Hot on the heels of
the first production under Rufus Norris’s new regime, Light Shining in
Buckinghamshire (Liz Chan and Christopher Shutt)
directed by Rufus himself. This take by the poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, on
an original fifteenth century morality play is mounted in the Olivier. Cast
includes our clients Sharon D
Clarke as Mother
and Michelle Butterly as
Everyman runs at the Olivier Theatre until 30 August and will also be broadcast
live in cinemas nationwide on 16 July at 7pm.
GRIFFIN – THE VOTE
On April 24, The
Vote opened at the Donmar Warehouse featuring Joanna Griffin.
Set in a fictional London polling station, The Vote dramatises
the final ninety minutes before the polls close in this year’s general
election. On that exact day, May 7, at that precise time 8.25 – 10pm, the play
will be broadcast live on More4 from the Donmar stage.
The Vote runs at the Donmar until the 7th May.
MALONE WOWING AUDIENCES AT LYRIC HAMMERSMITH
After a multi-million
pound redevelopment, The Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith reopened its doors this
week with their first professional production in over a decade with a cast of
exciting new talent.
Hailed by one critic
as ‘razzmatazz perfection’ – Bugsy Malone, with sound design by
our Ben Harrison, Bugsy Malone today received these fantastic reviews…
extraordinary and unforgettable night.” – WHATS ON STAGE, *****
very special indeed.” – TELEGRAPH, *****
show”, “Just about the perfect way to reopen the Lyric” – EVENING STANDARD,
Lyric clearly has a hit on its hands.” – GUARDIAN, ***
Malone is booking until the 1st August.