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God of Carnage 2020 UK Tour - production images

THEATRE Royal Bath Productions has released new production imagery for its hit comedy production of Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage, which returns in a new UK tour following an acclaimed run as part of its Summer Season 2018. Directed by Lindsay Posner, it stars Elizabeth McGovern, Nigel Lindsay, Samantha Spiro and Simon Paisley Day.

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The Haystack at Hampstead Theatre - rehearsal images

IMAGES have been released of the cast rehearsing for the world premiere of Al Blyth’s explosive surveillance thriller The Haystack. Directed by Roxana Silbert, it runs at Hampstead Theatre from January 31 to March 7, 2020.

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PreviousNext Enyi Okoronkwo (Zef) and Oliver Johnstone (Neil) in rehearsals for The Haystack at Hampstead Theatre. Photo credit: Ellie Kurttz. 2 of 11

 

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First photos released of Falling in Love Again at the King's Head Theatre

THE first photos have been released of Falling in Love Again. Written by Ron Elisha, directed by Tama Matheson and performed by Ramona Von Pusch (as Marlene Dietrich) and Ashton Spear (King Edward VIII), it runs at the King’s Head Theatre until February 8, 2020.

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PreviousNext Ramona Von Pusch (Marlene Dietrich) and Ashton Spear (King Edward VIII). Photo by Phil Swallow Photography. 2 of 7

 

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A Monster Calls UK Tour - rehearsal images

IMAGES have been released of the cast rehearsing for the UK Tour of A Monster Calls. Directed by Sally Cookson, the tour opens at Chichester Festival Theatre (February 6 – 15, 2020) before continuing to Nottingham, Salford, Coventry, Sheffield, Aberdeen, Canterbury, Edinburgh, Malvern, Norwich, Cardiff, Newcastle upon Tyne, Guildford, Plymouth, Leicester and Bristol.

Thirteen-year-old Conor and his mum have managed just fine since his dad moved to America. But now his mum’s very sick and she’s not getting any better. His grandmother won’t stop interfering and the kids at school won’t look him in the eye.

Then, one night, at seven minutes past midnight, Conor is woken by something at his window. A monster has come walking. It’s come to tell Conor tales from when it walked before. And when it’s finished, Conor must tell his own story and face his deepest fears.

An Old Vic production in association with Bristol Old Vic, A Monster Calls was winner of the 2019 Best Entertainment and Family Olivier Award.

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Scrounger at the Finborough Theatre - production images

PRODUCTION images have been released from the world premiere of Scrounger. Written by Finborough Theatre Playwright in Residence and Olivier Award nominee Athena Stevens and performed by Leigh Quinn and Athena Stevens, it runs at the Finborough Theatre until February 1, 2020. All images are by Nick Rutter.

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The Tyler Sisters at Hampstead Theatre - production images

PRODUCTION images have been released from the world premiere of The Tyler Sisters which runs at Hampstead Theatre (Downstairs) until January 18, 2020.

The cast includes Caroline Faber as Maddy, Angela Griffin as Katrina and Bryony Hannah as Gail.

Three women, forty years, one ever-evolving bond. Alexandra Wood’s innovative new play explores the deep and unruly waters of sisterhood. Fake sick days, Stonehenge, roller skates, champagne and glow-in-the-dark stars, The Tyler Sisters is a funny, heartening exploration of time, and the unassuming moments that make up our lives.

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Circus 1903 at the Royal Festival Hall - production images

NEW production images have been released for the international smash hit production of Circus 1903 now at Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre until January 5, 2020.

For the first time, Circus 1903 welcomes The Wheel of Death, a ginormous rotating apparatus featuring large metal hoops at each end. Performers Carlos Mayorga Macias, Jerson Alexander Valencia Garcia and Ray Freddy Valencia Bocanegra carry out eye-popping acrobatic skills whilst the wheel is rotating.

And of course there’s Queenie and Peanut, the Circus 1903 elephants as well as many more incredible acts.

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Magic Goes Wrong at the Vaudeville Theatre - production images

MORE production images have been released from Mischief Theatre’s Magic Goes Wrong, which opens at the Vaudeville Theatre on January 8, 2020, following preview performances from December 14, 2019.

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Theatre Lab's Great Expectations at the Playground Theatre - production images

PRODUCTION images have been released from Theatre Lab’s production of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations, which runs at the Playground Theatre until December 29, 2019. All images are by Panayis Chrysovergis.

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Teenage Dick at the Donmar Warehouse - production images

PRODUCTION images have been released for Teenage Dick. Written by Mike Lew and directed by Michael Longhurst, it runs at the Donmar Warehouse until February 1, 2020.

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PreviousNext Callum Adams (Eddie) in Teenage Dick at the Donmar Warehouse. Photo by Marc Brenner. 2 of 15

 

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