Man, was David Mamet angry or what when he wrote Glengarry Glen Ross? From the
The Grapes of Wrath is an adaptation of the great American novel by John Steinbeck.
Apparently, Joseph Stalin was an enthusiastic reader and loved the theatre. Of course, he was
The classic tale of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw is a crowd-pleaser for all ages.
Many of us will remember the television science program hosted by Professor Julius Sumner Miller
My Night with Reg by Kevin Elyot is a prize-winning play that has often, still
Nell Gwynn, by Jessica Swale, won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy in 2016.
Some people should not see this play – the squeamish, religious zealots and those who
The New Theatre is presenting a revival production of Jonathan Biggin’s 2012 comedy, Australia Day.
Birdland is a British play written in 2014 by Simon Stephens. He generally writes from