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The Telegraph’s Dominic Cavendish talks to Director Tamara Harvey about staging Simon Gray’s In The Vale Of Health quartet
Posted in: Main Stage
John Dagleish, best known for roles in Lark Rise to Candleford, Starlings and Beaver Falls, is taking on the iconic figure of Ray Davies in a new musical at Hampstead Theatre, Sunny Afternoon.
How artistic director Edward Hall saved Hampstead Theatre
We go behind-the-scenes into the Sunny Afternoon rehearsal room and chat to Director Edward Hall and cast members, John Dagleish, Ned Derrington, George Maguire and Adam Sopp about becoming The Kinks.
Posted in: Announcements
SIMON GRAY’S QUARTET OF PLAYS IN THE VALE OF HEALTH TRANSFERS FROM HAMPSTEAD DOWNSTAIRS TO THE MAIN STAGE
Due to overwhelming ticket demand Hampstead Theatre’s sell-out hit Good People, starring Imelda Staunton, will be transferring to the Noel Coward Theatre for a limited run of 10 April – 14 June.
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Posted in: Theatre Reviews
Hampstead Theatre’s run of excellent plays continues with David Lindsay-Abaire’s grittily comic examination of class, Good People By Metro
Imelda Staunton stars in an intelligent, stylish, new play at Hampstead Theatre about living on the wrong side of South Boston’s tracks By Tim Walker, Sunday Telegraph
Imelda Staunton delivers a masterly performance in David Lindsay-Abaire’s class-infused drama By Ian Shuttleworth, Financial Times
Good People review By Dominic Maxwell, The Times
Good People review By Quentin Letts, The Daily Mail
Good People Review By Charles Spencer, Telegraph
Good People Review By Michael Coveney, WhatsOnStage
Good People Review By Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard
Good People Review By Michael Billington, Guardian
Good People theatre review: Imelda Staunton magnificent as tough single mother By Paul Taylor, The Independent
Wednesday night (5 March) was Press Night at Hampstead Theatre for Good People.
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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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