We sat down over a cup of tea with Leda Douglas (aka Alice) to chat about all things weird and wacky in Wonderland. Don’t be late for this very important date! You’ve just finished exploring parallel universes with The Time Machine and are now navigating a digital Wonderland, how do you find the shift so…Details
“I don’t think there will be an industry to go back to. The people giving this money don’t understand how this industry works.” Kiri Pritchard-McClean on BBC Breakfast You may have heard that the DMCS (Department for Media, Culture and Sports) is investing £1.57 billion in the arts as a result of coronavirus, as well…Details
We pressed “PAUSE TIME” on Natasha’s busy rehearsal schedule so she could have a chat with us about how The Time Machine’s rehearsal process is going. With under one week to go and lots of sold out performances already, book now before it’s too late! The production has had a previous life at The London Library,…Details
Lockdown Theatre: Our Ariel (Itxaso Moreno) talks human connection, live performance and The Tempest!
The Tempest’s Itxaso discusses the importance of theatre in our current climate. The very first time I experienced a theatre performance I was quite wee. What I remember best is the intensity of the sound and the images and a something else I couldn’t quite grasp but that absolutely contributed to the outcome of…Details
Writer Jonathan Holloway talks about The Time Machine and how his ‘adaptation’ is coming to life in The London Library. “Creation’s production of THE TIME MACHINE at The London Library is billed as an ‘adaptation’. That’s not really quite what it is. When I was asked to do it, I hadn’t re-read the book for…Details
BLEAK HOUSE 1 February – 7 March Esther does not know who she is by birth, but when her Godmother dies and she is sent to Bleak House, that’s when her life really begins… This musical adaptation may be Bleak by name, but not by nature. Watch the trailer, then come and see a cast…Details