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Total posts found for "Iris Theatre" — 41
05th Apr 2013


Iris Theatre are based at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden and are presenting a season of work showcasing emerging talent. — RIP – Friday 26th April, 19:30 By Sonnie Beckett Music...

07th Jun 2016

TITANIC – Charing Cross Theatre, London

After first setting sail at the Southwark Playhouse three years ago, Thom Sutherland’s revival of Titanic at the Charing Cross Theatre certainly packs a punch. Maury Yeston’s stirring music is...

05th May 2015

TONY’S LAST TAPE – Bridge House Theatre, London.

Were a historian flicking through the last 50 years of The Labour Party’s story, they would find a strange coincidence before them. By sheer chance, and chance alone, two of...

29th Apr 2015

CLOSER TO HEAVEN – The Union Theatre, London.

Closer to Heaven is a heady cocktail of the Pet Shop Boys’ music, drugs and alcohol and is set in a nightclub in the year 2000. Written by Jonathan Harvey and...

02nd Nov 2014

DYING FOR IT – Brockley Jack Theatre, London

Nikolai Erdman’s The Suicide has had a bumpy history. Written in 1929, it set a model for a whole genre of Cold War absurdist dramas. It wasn’t just the theme...

03rd Aug 2014

MURDER ON AIR – Richmond Theatre, London.

Having enjoyed previous success on tour, Agatha Christie’s Murder on Air returns to London’s Richmond Theatre with a golden cast. Split into three individual radio plays with all of the...

09th Jun 2014
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NO BLACKS, NO DOGS, NO POLES – Pentameters Theatre, London.

The quaint Pentameters Theatre of Hampstead is an ideal setting for director Jesse Cooper’s charming and intimate production of Tom O Brien’s No Blacks, No Dogs, No Poles. The play...

02nd Jun 2014
Quietly, Soho Theatre, London

QUIETLY – Soho Theatre, London.

Owen McCafferty’s spellbinding study of violence, truth and forgiveness has gained extra resonance since its 2012 premiere at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre. In fact, its appearance at the Soho seems almost eerily...

09th Apr 2014

FINIAN’S RAINBOW – Charing Cross Theatre, London.

Phil Willmott’s West End revival of Finian’s Rainbow, which first appeared in Broadway in 1947, has already had great success at the Union Theatre. This transfer to the larger Charing...

13th Jan 2014
Only Our Own credit Ludovic des Cognets (8)

ONLY OUR OWN – Arts Theatre, London.

The Anglo-Irish culture has produced many priceless contributions to the arts both in Ireland and the wider world. Oscar Wilde was from the Anglo side of things, as was Yeats....

28th Oct 2013

LAWRENCE – Bridewell Theatre, London.

The author and playwright DH Lawrence was quite a character. In the early part of the 20th Century he fought against his mining background in Nottingham and became one of...

26th Jun 2013
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CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY – Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London.

There once lived a towering creative genius with the power to change children’s lives, who believed in both embracing the euphoria of silliness and relishing the very nasty consequences of...