Cluedo, Small Island, The Chairs and What’s On Stage Awards…
Featuring reviews of Cluedo, The Glow, Two Billion Beats, A Number, Steve, Small Island, Broken Wings, The Chairs and the What’s On Stage Awards.
In this electrifying episode, Natalie and Darren dive into the world of theatre, bringing you the latest buzz and thrilling productions. First up is the captivating murder mystery Cluedo, which has been enthralling audiences at Bromley’s Churchill Theatre and on its exciting tour. With the incredible Michelle Collins leading the cast and the visionary Mark Bell at the helm, this production is a must-see for all mystery enthusiasts.
Next, they shine a spotlight on The Glow, a mesmerising play that has taken the Royal Court by storm. Its innovative storytelling and thought-provoking themes make it a standout production. The conversation takes a turn towards the Orange Tree Theatre, where the duo discusses the new piece about the relationship between sisters in Two Billion Beats.
They also delve into the powerful drama A Number at the renowned Old Vic, penned by the acclaimed Carol Churchill. This thought-provoking exploration of identity and cloning will leave you pondering long after the curtains fall. The Seven Dials Playhouse comes alive with the heartfelt and compelling production of Steve, featuring the extraordinary talents of David Ames and Jenna Russell. The National Theatre’s production of Small Island, helmed by the visionary director Rufus Norris, this adaptation of Andrea Levy’s acclaimed novel offers a profound exploration of identity, race, and love, showcasing powerful performances and a moving narrative.
At the Charing Cross Theatre, Broken Wings enchants with its captivating music and heartfelt story. The episode takes a moment to appreciate the extraordinary talents of husband and wife duo Marcello Magni and Kathryn Hunter in the mesmerising production of The Chairs at the Almeida. To wrap things up, Natalie and Darren reflect on the prestigious What’s On Stage Awards, presented by the talented Jodie Prenger, celebrating the best of the theatre industry.