The Inheritance

I was lucky enough to be invited to the double-show press night (day?) performance of The Inheritance, which is a play in two parts, each just over 3hrs plus two intervals, inspired on E.M. Forsters novel Howard’s End. The play takes this classic novel and plops it right into the present day New York by…

Angels In America 

I missed out on the first batch of Angels In America tickets due to their abysmal booking system and the weirdness of having more dates for part one than part two. I definitely wanted to see both but gave up eventually because the booking system kept throwing me into queue after queue. So, when more tickets for…

Rotterdam

Rotterdam sounded intensely interesting when I first read about it, so I was very much looking forward to seeing it. I knew this was going to be difficult to watch, so I thought I was relatively well prepared, but it turns out it was so much more emotional than I was prepared for. The play…

The 49

I read about The 49, the new play by Gary Thomas,  and was immediately intrigued, a play in honour of the 49 victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting could be great or horrendous, depending on how the topic is handled, so I had to see for myself.  The play is very pared down, with just one large sofa…

46 Beacon

I was given tickets to see 46 Beacon at the Trafalgar Studios. It played in the smaller Studio 2, which is quite an intimate venue and absolutely perfect for this type of performance. Running just under an hour and a half, the play is performed in one continuous scene with no interval, which works really well as there…

The Twentieth Century Way

The Jermyn Street Theatre is one of those London locations that’s well known and well hidden. It’s a small theatre on Jermyn Street, just one small room with a few rows of seats. I heard about The Twentieth Century Way from an acquaintance and had to check it out myself. It’s a play about gay…