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This production is the second of the historical dramas that we have commissioned from Howard Brenton: the first, 55 Days, was one of the theatrical events of 2012.
Howard Davies discusses Drawing the Line, his theatre career and his most meaningful award with Hampstead’s online features Editor, Susie Benson.
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We chat to Chook Sibtain over a cup of tea about embarrassing moments, Michael Attenborough and being a grown up.
A winner of two Olivier Awards, Imelda Staunton’s career has spanned over three decades and includes memorable starring roles in three mediums; film, television, and theatre.
After being away from the stage for ten years, Emilia Fox, whose vibrant career has included television, film, and theatre, makes her debut at Hampstead Theatre in Rapture, Blister, Burn.
RAPTURE, BLISTER, BURN By Gina Gionfriddo
We chat to writer Ali Taylor, who makes his Hampstead Theatre debut with Fault Lines, about inspiration, Joe Orton and bad gags.
Come and join us for Alice Hamilton’s 60th Anniversary Production of Harold Pinter's #HTDumbWaiter.
Playing on the… https://t.co/w5Pv3aXVTB
🗞️ Keep your eyes peeled this weekend for #HTDumbWaiter in @ST_Culture's pick of live theatre and dance performance… https://t.co/cuR3iVxMR3
For #ThrowbackThursday, we've uncovered this photo from the 1977 Abigail's Party programme.
After two sell out run… https://t.co/EFh8r1d4Mk
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