Monthly Archives: July 2012

Lunchtime with Stephen Fry and Edwin Moses

I cannot believe that anyone has not heard of both Stephen Fry and Edwin Moses!! At lunchtime on 6th August Stephen Fry speaks to Edwin Moses live on stage at the Criterion Theatre. Edwin Moses is a former American track … Continue reading

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Lunchtime with Stephen Daldry and Haile Gebrselassie

Lunchtime on 7th August could be spent in the company of film and theatre director Stephen Daldry and Haile Gebrselassie, the two time 10,000 metre Gold medallist. Live on stage at the Criterion Theatre Stephen Daldry will interview the amazing … Continue reading

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Lunchtime With Rick Edwards and Kriss Akabusi

First in this unusual series of lunchtime live interviews on stage at the Criterion Theatre is Rick Edwards interviewing Kriss Akabusi. I think most of us will know that Kriss Akabusi is a multi-award-winning athlete, including a silver Olympic medal … Continue reading

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Lunchtime with Clive Owen and Adrien Niyonshuti

Fancy something a bit different at lunchtime on Friday 10th August at the Criterion Theatre? A live interview on stage where British film star and stage actor Clive Owen talks to Adrien Niyonshuti. Amongst other thinkgs Adrien will be known … Continue reading

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Kiss Me Kate Theatre Tickets

Following on from Democracy and Hedda Gabler at the Old Vic theatre will be Kiss Me Kate, directed by award-winning Trevor Nunn as he returns to The Old Vic to direct this dazzling, Tony award-winning, Broadway classic. The story involves … Continue reading

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Noel Coward’s Volcano Transfers to the Vaudeville Theatre

Volcano was written in 1956 when Noël Coward was suffering the dubious status of having become Britain’s first celebrity tax exile.  The play was never performed during his lifetime. It is the product of his laidback life in Jamaica, and … Continue reading

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Our Boys at The Duchess Theatre

A play by Jonathan Lewis, Our Boys is based on his own experience in the army. It is an honest and funny tale about five young soldiers who are recovering from injuries incurred in the line of duty and killing … Continue reading

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A Chorus of Disapproval

Alan Ayckbourn’s riotous comedy, A Chorus of Disapproval, is at the Harold Pinter Theatre from 17th September and is packed full of names we all know and love, as well as a highly talented team directing and producing – directed … Continue reading

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News from The National Theatre

The Doctor’s Dilemma opens 17 July Disturbingly funny and psychologically incisive, Bernard Shaw’s The Doctor’s Dilemma takes on, with an irreverent glee, the dubious ethics of the men who play God. Harley Street doctor Sir Colenso Ridgeon’s revolutionary tuberculosis treatment … Continue reading

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Sadler’s Wells Full Season Listing

Sadler’s Wells have released their Schedule for Season 1.  TheatreTickets.net currently has tickets for the following of these shows. Showcase – 07/09/12 – one night only. Selected from hundreds, James Cousins is the winner of the inaugural New Adventures Choreographer … Continue reading

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