Posted on 21 January 2014

A Cup of Tea With... The Blackest Black's Charity Wakefield

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Multi-talented stage and screen actress Charity Wakefield’s impressive acting CV includes an appearance at the National Theatre (The Cherry Orchard, 2011) and roles in the BBC’s Sense and Sensibility (2008) and the 2012 re-imagining of The Munsters, Mockingbird Lane.

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Posted on 14 January 2014

An exclusive interview with Rapture, Blister, Burn Director Peter DuBois

Posted in: HT Blogs

Interview with Peter DuBois, director of Rapture, Blister, Burn: A unique perspective on working with acclaimed playwright, Gina Gionfriddo

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Posted on 13 January 2014

The Sunday Times: Emilia Fox interview

Posted in: Main Stage

Photo: Francesco Guidicini

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Posted on 10 January 2014

Video: An interview with The Blackest Black writer Jeremy Brock

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

‘In theatre your lines are learnt by the actors and spoken by the actors and, this may sound odd, but in film that’s not always so.

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Posted on 9 January 2014

Edward Hall introduces Rapture, Blister, Burn

Posted in: Main Stage

Having finally said goodbye to the extraordinary sell-out success that was Howard Brenton’s Drawing the Line, I am happy to start the New Year at Hampstead with another wonderful new play by a brilliant writer.

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Posted on 9 January 2014

Will Mortimer interviews Gina Gionfriddo

Posted in: Main Stage

Will Mortimer, Hampstead Theatre’s Literary Manager talks to Rapture, Blister, Burn’s author Gina Gionfriddo

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Posted on 7 January 2014

Live webchat with Howard Brenton - get involved

Posted in: Announcements

Howard Brenton, writer of the critically acclaimed Drawing the Line will be taking part in a live webchat with The Guardian following the live-streaming of Drawing the Line at 1pm on Tuesday 14 January.

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Posted on 1 January 2014

An interview with The Blackest Black writer Jeremy Brock

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Writer Jeremy Brock discusses his new play The Blackest Black, returning to theatre after 20 years and having fish and chips with Judi Dench with Hampstead’s Online Features Editor, Susie Benson.

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