Posted on 7 April 2014

In The Vale Of Health rehearsal diary: Part Three

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Part Three: Japes Too By Laurence Cook, In The Vale Of Health Associate Director

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Posted on 17 March 2014

In The Vale Of Health rehearsal diary: Week two

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On Michael: Second Week of Rehearsals By Laurence Cook, In The Vale Of Health Associate Director

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Posted on 14 March 2014

PART ONE: An interview with the Producer

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An Interview with Greg Ripley-Duggan, Executive Producer, Hampstead Theatre PART ONE

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Posted on 7 March 2014

In The Vale Of Health rehearsal diary: Week one

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The Stuff of Tragedy: First Week of Rehearsals By Laurence Cook, In The Vale Of Health Associate Director

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Posted on 24 February 2014

The Kinks: Meet the Band

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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 20 February 2014

Sunny Afternoon: The Kinks Playlist

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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 11 February 2014

Rapture, Blister, Burn: The Spotify Soundtrack

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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

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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

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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 3 February 2014

Simon Gray: A career in pictures

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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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Posted on 21 January 2014

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

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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 20 January 2014

Di and Viv and Rose: The Spotify Soundtrack

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‘There are moments here that made me cry with laughter, nor least when all three girls dance wildly in their sitting-room to Prince’s Let’s Go Crazy pumped up to max on their sound system.’ – Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

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Posted on 14 January 2014

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

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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 10 January 2014

Video: An interview with The Blackest Black writer Jeremy Brock

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‘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 1 January 2014

An interview with The Blackest Black writer Jeremy Brock

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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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