Posted on 27 February 2015

Edward Hall introduces Stevie

Posted in: HT Blogs

Although Hampstead can take proper credit for premiering only one of his plays, Hugh Whitemore has always held a special place in this theatre’s affections, so his is a talent I’m delighted to have the opportunity of celebrating.

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Posted on 26 February 2015

Michael Frayn's Matchbox Theatre announced

Posted in: Announcements

Hampstead Theatre presentsMatchbox Theatre An Evening of Short Entertainments

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Posted on 25 February 2015

Stevie: In rehearsals

Posted in: Main Stage

Taken by Manuel Harlan

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Posted on 20 February 2015

Deposit: In rehearsals

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Rachel and Ben want to buy a flat in London.

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Posted on 20 February 2015

Deposit: Full cast announced

Posted in: Announcements

Hampstead is delighted to announce that the cast for Matt Hartley’s Hampstead Downstairs debut is Ben Addis, Akiya Henry, Jack Monaghan and Laura Morgan.

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Posted on 19 February 2015

Deposit: An interview with Matt Hartley

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

Deposit Writer Matt Hartley talks to Hampstead Theatre’s Online Features Editor, Susie Benson, about the inspiration behind his new play and the allure of London

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Posted on 19 February 2015

A Cup of Tea with... Deposit Director Lisa Spirling

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

We catch Lisa Spirling between rehearsals to chat about Deposit, returning to Hampstead Downstairs and life advice.

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Posted on 6 February 2015

Page to Stage Festival announced

Posted in: Announcements

What do Ronni Ancona, Ian Bostridge, Fiona Bruce, Nica Burns, Sheila Hancock, Anthony Horowitz, Celia Imrie, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Lynda La Plante, Mark Lawson, Kathy Lette, Tim McInnerny, Kate Mosse, Paul O’Grady, Joe Penhall, Justine Picardie, Tim Pigott-Smith, Libby Purves, Jessica Raine, Nina Raine, Dame Janet Suzman, Meera Syal, David Walliams and Sylvia Young all have in common?

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Posted on 3 February 2015

Di and Viv and Rose: ★★★★ from Times, Telegraph, Guardian, Standard and Financial Times

Posted in: Theatre Reviews

‘A fabulous show of female friendship’‘Outhwaite has a relishable warmth and comic timing’‘Spiro is terrific’‘The ever-beaming Russell makes us believe Rose’s radiance is more than just a performance.

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