The glorious, epic saga of the Antrobus family as they survive one apocalyptic incident after another: the dawning of the Ice Age in early 20th Century New Jersey; cataclysmic storm systems and flood in Atlantic City; the decimation of humanity through a catastrophic war. Devastating and devastatingly funny, magical and meta, explosive and exquisitely intimate - join this extraordinary family on their rollercoaster ride through time, trial and tribulation!
Shows on at and runs from November 22nd - 30th and you can find tickets here
Published in English for the first time, Refugee Conversations is a delightful work that reveals Brecht as a master of comic satire. Written swiftly in the opening years of the Second World War, the dialogues have an urgent contemporary relevance to a Europe once again witnessing populations on the move.
The premise is simple: two refugees from Nazi Germany meet in a railway cafe and discuss the current state of the world. They are a bourgeois Jewish physicist and a left-leaning worker. Their world views, their voices and their social experience clash horribly, but they find they have unexpected common ground – especially in their more recent experience of the surreal twists and turns of life in exile, the bureaucracy, and the pathetic failings of the societies that are their unwilling hosts.
Their conversations are light and swift moving, the subjects under discussion extremely various: beer, cigars, the Germans' love of order, their education and experience of life, art...
Jorge Silva Melo and Artistas Unidos offer us an unexpected view of the sophisticated and brilliant Noël Coward. Private Lives opens in Portugal on 14th November and runs until 1st December, you can find tickets here
In collaboration with the British Library and the critically-acclaimed production of A Day in the Death of Joe Egg, Trafalgar Studios is very excited to be presenting a celebration of Peter Nichols’ works in this special event on Wednesday 27th November.
Directed by his grandson, George Nichols, and with special guest stars yet to be confirmed, take a look at Peter Nichols’ vast literary contribution with excerpts from his much loved television and stage plays including Promenade, The National Health, Forget-Me-Not-Lane and Poppy, as well as passages from his personal diaries and rare unproduced plays, kindly provided by the British Library.
After a phenomenally successful preview week in Colwyn Bay & Caerwys, the I Want That Hair salon is closing for a well-earned refurbishment, prior to reopening for its UK tour in March 2020. Keep up to date with all Ruffled Feather's latest goings on and news bulletins check out their twitter page
For more information on tickets for next years tour click here
Congratulations to Andrew Scott for his nomination of 'Best Actor' at this year's Evening Standard Theatre Awards, for his fantastic performance as Garry Essendine in Present Laughter at The Old Vic earlier this year!