Posted on 28 June 2012

Gender Equality at Hampstead Theatre

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There have been discussions in the media this week questioning Hampstead Theatre’s policy towards Gender Equality in our programming.

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Posted on 27 June 2012

★★★★★ for DruidMurphy from The Financial Times

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DruidMurphy Review By Alexander Gilmour, The Financial Times

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Posted on 26 June 2012

★★★★★ for DruidMurphy from The Telegraph

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DruidMurphy Review By Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph

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Posted on 26 June 2012

PROPELLER COMPETITION: What's your favourite 'Spine-Tingling Line'?

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To celebrate Propeller’s visit to Hampstead Theatre we’re launching a competition to win a pair of tickets to see both of their critically acclaimed productions of Henry V and The Winter’s Tale – giving you the full Propeller experience.

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Posted on 25 June 2012

★★★★★ for DruidMurphy from whatsonstage.com

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DruidMurphy Review By Michael Coveney – whatsonstage.com

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Posted on 25 June 2012

★★★★ for DruidMurphy from The Times

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DruidMurphy Review By Sam Marlowe – The Times

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Posted on 25 June 2012

Edward Hall talks about Propeller’s latest Double Bill

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Hampstead Theatre is delighted to welcome back Propeller after their sell-out success with The Comedy of Errors and Richard III last summer.

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Posted on 25 June 2012

★★★★ for DruidMurphy from The Guardian

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DruidMurphy Review By Micheal Billington – The Guardian

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Posted on 21 June 2012

An Introduction to Propeller by Edward Hall

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Propeller is an all-male Shakespeare company, which mixes a rigorous approach to the text with a modern physical aesthetic.

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Posted on 19 June 2012

Irish novelist and playwright Colm Tóibín talks about DruidMurphy

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In the three plays Conversations on a Homecoming, A Whistle in the Dark and Famine, the stage is filled with trapped emotion, trapped hopes, trapped characters.

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Posted on 19 June 2012

Garry Hynes' director's notes on DruidMurphy

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The idea of DruidMurphy—of bringing three plays of Tom Murphy’s together in one production—has been in gestation for more than three years, and yet, as I write this during the first previews in Galway, something of its audacity and outlandishness still strikes me.

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Posted on 19 June 2012

DruidMurphy: Colm Tóibín interviews writer Tom Murphy

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In Ireland in the 1980s, when I was starting to write, there was a relationship between the Irish theatre and its audience that was raw, visceral and immediate.

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Posted on 7 June 2012

Autumn season now on sale

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Hampstead Theatre moves into its third year under the artistic leadership of Edward Hall with a new season of work from some of the UK’s most outstanding writers, directors and performers.

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