Director Andy Solts is delighted to announce his cast for The Prisoner of Second Avenue, click here to see it and find out more about the show.
By Paul Campion Heaven knows, Brexit hasn’t given us much to laugh about over the last few years. But it has given us John Godber’s ‘Scary Bikers’. As a Yorkshireman born and bred, Godber was mystified as to why so many of his working-class compatriots voted Leave in the 2016 referendum. In ‘Scary Bikers’ he sets out to examine this anomaly through the prism of Don and Carol, a middle-aged Yorkshire couple who share a passion for cycling, but are […]
by Steve Williams It is Christmas 1183 and we are in the court of the Plantagenet King, Henry II, at a tense and trying time. Henry is hosting the newly crowned King Philip of France and is keen to form an alliance before he relinquishes his crown to one of his sons. The problem for the King is that none of the sons would accept any of the others as King and are all intent on taking the crown for […]
We are delighted to publish details of the audition for ‘Things I Know to be True’ at 13:00 on 8th March at BLT – see more details here
We are delighted to publish the audition notice for Hedda Gabler here for auditions being held on 8th March at 14:30 at BLT
Andrew Newbon discusses his latest play here. See here for more details and book
It started as an innocent conversation between two strangers…..see the trailer
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