Posted on 31 October 2014

Wildefire: Life in the Police Force by The Lord Paddick

Posted in: HT Blogs

‘Are you in the job?’ is the question a police officer will often ask someone who he believes to be a fellow officer.

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Posted on 30 October 2014

Edward Hall introduces Wildefire

Posted in: HT Blogs

Wildefire was one of the first plays I had the pleasure of commissioning when I took over Hampstead.

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Posted on 28 October 2014

Evening Standard: Roy Williams interview

Posted in: Main Stage

Roy Williams’s new play, Wildefire, for Hampstead Theatre, focuses on the way the Met works in the current climate of mistrust — being a police officer looks like the worst job you could do right now, he tells Johanna Thomas-Corr.

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Posted on 27 October 2014

State Red: In rehearsals

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Atiha Sen Gupta’s fiery family drama challenges the ‘family always comes first’ ethos and boldly confronts the fissures in our modern multicultural society that infiltrate through to the highest ranks.

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Posted on 27 October 2014

State Red: Full cast announced

Posted in: Announcements

The cast for State Red, Atiha Sen Gupta’s fiery family drama, is Samuel Anderson, Maxine Finch, Geoff Leesley and Toby Wharton.

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Posted on 24 October 2014

A Cup of Tea With... Four Minutes Twelve Seconds Actor Jonathan McGuiness

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

We chat to Jonathan McGuiness about Four Minutes Twelve Seconds, life advice and favourite London haunts.

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Posted on 23 October 2014

Wildefire: Win with Hampstead Theatre and Bloomsbury

Posted in: HT Blogs

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED AND A WINNER HAS BEEN CHOSEN

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Posted on 21 October 2014

Sunny Afternoon: Listen to the first tracks released from the cast recording

Posted in: HT Blogs

Listen to four preview tracks released from the Sunny Afternoon Official Cast Recording ahead of its release on 27 October.

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Posted on 21 October 2014

A Cup of Tea With... State Red Writer Atiha Sen Gupta

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

We talk to State Red Writer Atiha Sen Gupta about her playwriting heroes, Roy Williams and humanising headlines.

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Posted on 17 October 2014

Hampstead's Literary Manager talks about Hampstead Downstairs Autumn Season 2014

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Hampstead Theatre’s Literary Manager Will Mortimer talks to Hampstead Theatre’s Online Features Editor, Susie Benson, about the Autumn Season and the ethos behind Hampstead Downstairs

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Posted on 17 October 2014

Wildefire: Behind-the-scenes video

Posted in: Main Stage

We go behind-the-scenes into the Wildefire rehearsal room and chat to Writer Roy Williams, Director Maria Aberg and lead actor Lorraine Stanley about Roy’s new police thriller and the challenges of bringing it to the stage.

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Posted on 14 October 2014

Ham & High interviews Greg Ripley-Duggan

Posted in: Interviews with cast and creatives

Hampstead Theatre plotting to become one of world’s leading playhouses, top producer declares By Tom Marshall, Ham & High

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Posted on 13 October 2014

10 Questions with Roy Williams

Posted in: Main Stage

We challenged Olivier Award nominee Roy Williams to answer 10 questions on everything from his new police drama Wildefire to special powers.

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Posted on 13 October 2014

Wildefire: In rehearsals

Posted in: Main Stage

Photos taken by Ellie Kurttz

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Posted on 8 October 2014

Four Minutes Twelve Seconds: Production Photos

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Taken by Holly Wren

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Posted on 3 October 2014

Wildefire: Full cast announced

Posted in: Announcements

The cast for Roy Williams’ new play, Wildefire, which plays on the Main Stage 6 – 29 November will be led by Lorraine Stanley as Gail Wildefire, with Cian Barry, Ricky Champ, Fraser James, Simon Manyonda, Sharlene Whyte, Eric Kofi Abrefa, Danny Dalton, Sammy Hayman, Tara Hodge and Noof Ousellam.

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Posted on 3 October 2014

WhatsOnStage: Roger Allam interview

Posted in: Main Stage

As he returns to Hampstead Theatre in the UK premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar, Roger Allam reflects on his illustrious career and the ‘creeping corporatisation’ of art By Theo Bosanquet, WhatsOnStage

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Posted on 2 October 2014

Seminar: Press Night photos

Posted in: Main Stage

Wednesday night (1 October) was Press Night at Hampstead Theatre for Seminar, starring Roger Allam.

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Posted on 2 October 2014

Seminar: ★★★★ from the Independent

Posted in: Theatre Reviews

Seminar, Hampstead Theatre, review: A hyper-literate comedy By Paul Taylor, Independent

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