NEWS: Hampstead Theatre reopens for a limited period with Alice Hamilton’s 60th Anniversary Production of  Pinter’s play The Dumb Waiter
Hampstead Theatre (Photo: Daisy Hutchison)

NEWS: Hampstead Theatre reopens for a limited period with Alice Hamilton’s 60th Anniversary Production of Pinter’s play The Dumb Waiter

Hampstead Theatre re-opens with iconic Pinter Play With Covid security measures in place and socially distanced seats, the air in the auditorium will be changed with outside air every 4…

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REVIEW: The Haystack, Hampstead Theatre
Oliver Johnstone (Neil), Enyi Okoronkwo (Zef) and Sarah Woodward (Hannah) - Photo: Ellie Kurttz

REVIEW: The Haystack, Hampstead Theatre

It starts so very well . . . . and gets better. Sarah Woodward as Hannah in charge of counter terrorism looking for two technies to form a task force to investigate leaks to The Sun and the Guardian newspapers from the Ministry of Defence, about British armed forces and secret arms deals with Saudi Arabia.

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REVIEW: Wild, Hampstead Theatre (2016)
Caoilfhionn Dunne as the Woman and Jack Farthing as Andrew - Photo: Stephen Cummiskey

REVIEW: Wild, Hampstead Theatre (2016)

Mike Bartlett's latest play examines the fate of Andrew (Jack Farthing) an American whistleblower who has changed the world by revealing secret activities including torture and mass observation, spying on citizens and other countries.

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