The Deep Blue Sea opens tonight at Chichester's Minerva theatre, staring Nancy Carroll. This searing play takes place over the course of one day, in one room, and offers a devastating examination of the adverse forces of love and solitude.
The Play runs till 27th July and you can get your tickets here
Join playwright David Edgar for a special Radio 4 version of his hit solo show, fresh from the RSC and the Royal Court Theatre. Catch it live on Air on Friday 28th June at 2.15pm or you can listen later on BBCiplayer.
The full stage show is playing the Traverse at the Edinburgh Festival and then onto a six week tour in September and October
Takin' Over the Asylum is a six-part BBC Scotland television drama about a radio station in a Glasgow psychiatric hospital written by Donna Franceschild, not seen on mainstream TV since its initial release 25 years ago. BBC Scotland will be broadcasting this Bafta award winning series again from 29th June at 9.00pm, Its not to be missed!
During one fateful night, these determined women bring you into their lives in the ferociously funny The Unmanageable Sisters – Deirdre Kinahan’s new version of Michel Tremblay’s fêted Quebecois comedy, Les Belles-Soeurs
Show runs from 14th June - 3rd August at the Abby Theatre in Dublin. You can find tickets by clicking the link here
The Caucasian Chalk Circle by Bertolt Brecht is based on an ancient Chinese story where two women claim that one child is rightfully theirs...
We are so excited it's been announced that Brecht will be a part of the National Theatres ,Public Acts project producing a new version of this Brecht classic at the Cast theatre in Doncaster. Adapted by Chris Bush, directed by James Blakey and made with local community partners.
The first major London revival of this delectably charming comedy in decades. Rattigan’s greatest hit played for over 1,000 performances in the West End when it opened in 1943. It's now on at Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre recieving excellent reviews.
The Show run's from 7th June - 27th July and you can find tickets here
★★★★ "Paul Miller’s delightful production fizzes with fun and skilfully teases out all the nuances of a deceptively complex drama full of craftily buried home truths on the home front... Make hay with a glorious night of theatre." Fiona Mountford, Evening Standard
★★★★ "A lot of laughs... Miller’s production is one of immense charm, thanks to a collection of great comic performances." Rosemary Waugh, The Stage
The BBC presents a memorial held in Portsmouth to mark 75 years since the historic and vital day of the D-Day landings. Sophie Raworth introduces the highlights featuring two performed extracts by David Haig, from his marvellous play Pressure.
If you missed it live, you can catch up on all the action on BBC IPlayer by clicking the link here