Read more about the article REVIEW: Trouble in Butetown, Donmar Warehouse (2023)
Bethan Mary-James as Peggy, Sarah Parish as Gwyneth, Ifan Huw Dafydd as Patsy, Rita Bernard-Shaw as Connie, Samuel Adewunmi as Nate, Zephhryn Taitte as Norman and Ellie Mae Siama as Georgina (Photo: Manuel Harlan)

REVIEW: Trouble in Butetown, Donmar Warehouse (2023)

Engaging play about 1940s Tiger Bay "The first one will put hairs on your chest.  The next one will make the hairs fall out!"Norman about the strong potcheen Bethan Mary-James as…

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Read more about the article NEWS: South Pacific to come to London and tour UK (2022) <br>Full tour dates here
SOUTH PACIFIC by Rodgers, , Director - Daniel Evans, Set & Costume Designer - Peter McKintosh, Choreography and Movement - Ann Yea, Lighting - Howard Harrison, Chichester Festival Theatre, 2021, Credit: Johan Persson

NEWS: South Pacific to come to London and tour UK (2022)
Full tour dates here

Daniel Evans's production of South Pacific to Manchester, Sadler's Wells and tour in 2022 Sera Maehara as Liat in South Pacific (Photo: Johan Persson) Rodgers & Hammerstein’s SOUTH PACIFIC FOR OUR…

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Read more about the article REVIEW: Shining City, Theatre Royal Stratford East (2021)
Rory Keenan as Ian (Photo: Marc Brenner)

REVIEW: Shining City, Theatre Royal Stratford East (2021)

This has so terrified John that he has opted not to go back to his house but instead stay at a Bed and Breakfast.  Brendan Coyle is completely believable as this man who has seen a ghost.  He is shaken to his core.  Rory Keenan actively listens with a repetitive "I know", his way of reassuring the client and mirroring the number of times John says, "You know."   In this first scene we learn only about John's issues and Ian's professional side. 

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