“The director Billy Wilder called Marlene Dietrich “a heck of a guy to hang out with.” The dynamic pairing of Dietrich and Lemper make Rendezvous with Marlene an unforgettable evening: stylish, graceful, heart-warming and powerful.”
Forget shoes…2018 has created an entire wardrobe that 2019 has to live up to.
For a feelgood, heart-racing, toe-tapping story to feel so joyless, despite the best efforts of the cast, seems like a huge wasted opportunity.
This is a state-of-the-nation king-hit to shake up tradition, privilege and expectation.
An exciting take on an important and overlooked piece of history, told by a thoroughly engaging and dynamic creative team. Enlightening and hugely enjoyable.
The joy created by this remarkable company is second only to the joy felt by those lucky enough to see The Nature of Why.
In 2018, BE Festival has brought together a collection of the best and the brightest.
“…a genuine, old-school barnstormer told with a huge amount of love, offering a new take on familiar themes told in an authentic and stylish way.”
Mark Thomas is a consummate storyteller. Whether it is about his father, loitering, miners or committing acts of dissent, Thomas has an uncanny ability to get to… Read more “Review: Showtime from the Frontline (Bristol Old Vic)”
“the partnership between school and theatre remains a key platform on the theatre calendar.”