Posted on 15 December 2021

HAMPSTEAD THEATRE ANNOUNCES FULL CAST & CREATIVE TEAM FOR THE WORLD PREMIERE OF THE FOREST

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Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce the full cast and creative team for the world premiere of Florian Zeller’s new play, The Forest.

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Posted on 14 December 2021

WOMAN'S HOUR INTERVIEWS PEGGY FOR YOU'S TAMSIN GREIG

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‘It feels like a love letter from Alan Plater to his former agent...

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Posted on 8 December 2021

The Telegraph interviews Tamsin Greig

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Claire Allfree interviewed Tamsin Greig ahead of the opening of Peggy For You, where she plays the legendary theatrical agent Peggy Ramsay.

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Posted on 29 November 2021

PEGGY FOR YOU AND TAMSIN GREIG ON THE ANDREW MARR SHOW

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On Sunday 28 November, Peggy For You star Tamsin Greig spoke to The Andrew Marr Show on BBC1 about playing this legendary theatrical agent Peggy Ramsay this festive season.

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Posted on 12 November 2021

HAMPSTEAD THEATRE ANNOUNCES THREE WORLD PREMIERES FOR 2022, FEATURING NEW PLAYS BY FLORIAN ZELLER (TRANSLATED BY CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON), ALEXIS ZEGERMAN AND ROY WILLIAMS

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Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce three world premieres for its Main Stage in 2022.

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Posted on 4 November 2021

Woman's Hour interviews Stockard Channing

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Woman's Hour speaks to Stockard Channing, currently starring in Marsha Norman's 'night, Mother on the Main Stage.

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Posted on 4 November 2021

HAMPSTEAD THEATRE ANNOUNCES FULL CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM FOR ALAN PLATER’S PEGGY FOR YOU, DIRECTED BY RICHARD WILSON, FROM 10 DECEMBER UNTIL 29 JANUARY 2022

Posted in: Main Stage

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to announce the full cast and creative team for Alan Plater’s raucously funny Peggy For You, directed by Richard Wilson and starring Tamsin Greig in the title role, from 10 December until 29 January 2022.

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Posted on 25 August 2021

HAMPSTEAD THEATRE ANNOUNCES STOCKARD CHANNING AND REBECCA NIGHT IN MARSHA NORMAN’S ‘NIGHT, MOTHER AND TAMSIN GREIG IN ALAN PLATER’S PEGGY FOR YOU

Posted in: Main Stage

Stockard Channing and Rebecca Night will perform in the Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘night, Mother by Marsha Norman, directed by the theatre’s Artistic Director Roxana Silbert. Tamsin Greig will perform in Alan Plater’s raucously funny Peggy For You, directed by Richard Wilson.

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Posted on 25 August 2021

AUTUMN 2021 SEASON OFFER

Posted in: Main Stage

For a limited time only, you can book all three Autumn Main Stage shows - The Memory of Water, 'night, Mother and Peggy For You - and save with our season offer.

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Posted on 11 August 2021

CAST ANNOUNCED FOR THE MEMORY OF WATER

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Lucy Black, Kulvinder Ghir, Adam James, Lizzy McInnerny, Carolina Main and Laura Rogers will star in Shelagh Stephenson's Olivier Award-winning comedy The Memory of Water, which received its World Premier at Hampstead in 1996.

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Posted on 22 July 2021

THE MEMORY OF WATER AND MALINDADZIMU ANNOUNCED

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Hampstead Theatre announces two new shows for Autumn 2021: Shelagh Stephenson's The Memory of Water, directed by Alice Hamilton, on the Main Stage and the World Premiere of Malindadzimu, directed by Monique Touko, Downstairs.

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Posted on 20 July 2021

The Telegraph: The tragic sister who inspired Tennessee Williams

Posted in: Main Stage

Claire Allfree of The Telegraph investigates the relationship between Tennessee Williams family history and his innovative thriller The Two Character Play

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Posted on 14 July 2021

HAM & HIGH INTERVIEWS THE TWO CHARACTER PLAY DIRECTOR SAM YATES

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Ham and High interviews Sam Yates, director of Tennessee Williams' The Two Character Play, ahead of its opening on our Main Stage.

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Posted on 12 July 2021

Short Film: Behind the Scenes of The Two Character Play

Posted in: Main Stage

Delve into the making of The Two Character Play with our short film featuring the cast and creative team – from direction, sound and lighting to design, movement and videography.

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Posted on 9 July 2021

Hampstead's favourite Tennessee Williams quotes

Posted in: Main Stage

Ahead of Tennessee Williams' The Two Character Play opening on the Main Stage from 17 July, the team at Hampstead have collected their favourite quotes from one the world's greatest dramatists:

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Posted on 9 July 2021

THE STAGE INTERVIEWS THE TWO CHARACTER PLAY DIRECTOR SAM YATES

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Sam Yates, director of Tenneessee Williams' The Two Character Play, spoke to The Stage about giving the play the airing it deserves at the very venue at which it premiered in 1967.

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Posted on 30 June 2021

A statement from Hampstead Theatre regarding The Death of a Black Man

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We regret to announce that all remaining performances of The Death of a Black Man (due to run until 10 July) have been cancelled.

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Posted on 10 June 2021

THE TWO CHARACTER PLAY CAST ANNOUNCED

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Kate O'Flynn and Zubin Varla will star in this new production of Tennessee Williams' play, which received its World Premiere at Hampstead in 1967, directed by Sam Yates (The Phlebotomist).

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Posted on 4 June 2021

THE DEATH OF A BLACK MAN: ★★★★★ FROM WHATSONSTAGE

Posted in: Main Stage

Oliver Ainley awards Alfred Fagon's 'The Death of a Black Man' five stars.

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Posted on 1 June 2021

BBC News: Why Alfred Fagon's 70s play about black British life still resonates today

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Vincent Dowd, Arts Correspondent for BBC News, explores the life & career of playwright Alfred Fagon, and why his The Death of a Black Man still resonates 46 years after it first premiered at Hampstead.

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Posted on 20 May 2021

Howard Brenton remembers Alfred Fagon

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Howard Brenton remembers Alfred Fagon, writer of The Death of a Black Man, in this interview with Greg Ripley-Duggan, Executive Producer at Hampstead Theatre.

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Posted on 4 May 2021

'Alfred Fagon: a brilliant playwright whose work must not be forgotten' in The Guardian

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Ahead of The Death of a Black Man opening on our Main Stage, Arifa Akbar in The Guardian remembers its writer Alfred Fagon and his legacy.

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Posted on 29 April 2021

CAST ANNOUNCED FOR THE DEATH OF A BLACK MAN

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Nickcolia King-N'da, Natalie Simpson and Toyin Omari-Kinch will star in Alfred Fagon’s darkly compelling, The Death of a Black Man, directed by Dawn Walton from 28 May until 10 July 2021.

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Posted on 29 April 2021

WHO WAS ALFRED FAGON? BY ROY WILLIAMS

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Who was Alfred Fagon? Read this exclusive article by award-winning playwright Roy Williams about the extraordinary writer behind The Death of a Black Man.

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