Posted on 26 February 2014

The Mystae: What the audience thinks

Posted in: Theatre Reviews

‘Wow!

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Posted on 25 February 2014

Q&A with Good People's Angel Coulby

Posted in: Main Stage

Official London Theatre’s Charlotte Marshall interviews Good People’s Angel Coulby

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Posted on 24 February 2014

Sunny Afternoon Director announces exciting new staging plans

Posted in: Announcements

Edward Hall has announced his plans to transform the Hampstead Theatre stage into a thrust layout for the highly anticipated Sunny Afternoon.

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Posted on 24 February 2014

The Kinks: Meet the Band

Posted in: HT Blogs

The Kinks are recognised as one of the most important and influential British groups of all time, with millions of record sales and countless awards and accolades to their name.

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Posted on 24 February 2014

Sunny Afternoon: Full cast announced

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A Hampstead Theatre Production World Premiere

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Posted on 23 February 2014

The FT interview with Imelda Staunton

Posted in: Main Stage

The Financial Times Interview with Imelda StauntonBy Sarah Hemming

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Posted on 20 February 2014

Video: The Mystae Behind the Scenes Trailer

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Director Tim Carroll, Designer Georgia Lowe and cast members Adam Buchanan, Alex Griffin-Griffiths and Beatrice Scirocchi give an exclusive insight into The Mystae’s incredible cave – the most ambitious set Downstairs has ever seen.

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Posted on 20 February 2014

Sunny Afternoon: The Kinks Playlist

Posted in: HT Blogs

Get in the mood for Sunny Afternoon with The Kinks playlist, with classic songs including You Really Got Me and Waterloo Sunset to Days and Lola

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Posted on 20 February 2014

Video: A backstage tour of The Mystae with Edward Hall

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Hampstead Theatre’s Artistic Director, Edward Hall, takes a tour of The Mystae cave, meets the cast in their dressing room and even takes a dip in the ‘sea’….

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Posted on 17 February 2014

The Mystae: Production photos

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Taken by Robert Day

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Posted on 13 February 2014

Good People: In rehearsals

Posted in: Main Stage

Taken by Johan Persson

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Posted on 11 February 2014

Rapture, Blister, Burn: The Spotify Soundtrack

Posted in: HT Blogs

Relive Rapture, Blister, Burn, from Iggy Pop and PJ Harvey to Arcade Fire and Stevie Nicks, with our Spotify Soundtrack.

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Posted on 10 February 2014

Building The Mystae: An interview with Designer Georgia Lowe

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Georgia Lowe speaks to Hampstead Theatre’s Online Features Editor, Susie Benson, about designing the most ambitious (and wettest) set Hampstead Downstairs has ever seen

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Posted on 7 February 2014

Getting To Know You: Jess Woodward, Head of Marketing

Posted in: HT Blogs

We find out what a day in the life of Jess Woodward, Hampstead’s Head of Marketing, looks like, from Press Nights and photo shoots to live-streaming and falling off her chair.

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Posted on 5 February 2014

Edward Hall speaks to The Guardian about Simon Gray plays

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Hampstead Theatre to stage Gray’s hit with three unperformed plays exploring different outcomes for Japes characters

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Posted on 4 February 2014

4 plays by Simon Gray now on sale - see 3 for £20

Posted in: Announcements

Hampstead Downstairs present

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Posted on 3 February 2014

Lyn Gardner: Simon Gray Obituary

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Simon Gray: Playwright, diarist and novelist bridged the gulf between intellectual and popular dramaBy Lyn Gardner Written for The Guardian in 2008

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Posted on 3 February 2014

Simon Gray: A career in pictures

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Playwright Simon Gray had many West End hits, including Butley (1971), Otherwise Engaged (1975), Quartermaine’s Terms, (1981), Melon (1987), The Common Pursuit (first produced in 1984 and revived in 1988), Hidden Laughter (1990), The Late Middle Classes (1999), Japes (2000), The Holy Terror (2004) and, on the radio earlier this year, Missing Dates, a sequel to Japes.

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