Posted on 23 January 2013

Fashion in the 1980s: too outrageous for the stage?

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Fashion in the 1980s: too outrageous for the stage?

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Posted on 18 January 2013

Di and Viv and Rose in Harper's Bazaar's hotlist

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The highly anticipated Di and Viv and Rose starring Anna Maxwell Martin, Gina McKee and Tamzin Outhwaite, is in Harper’s Bazaar’s January ‘Why Don’t You…’ List.

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Posted on 11 January 2013

Getting To Know You: Charlie Bath, Administrator and Executive Assistant

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We managed to pin down our eternally busy Administrator and Executive Assistant Charlie Bath for a chat about filing, moving from onstage to backstage and Rupert Everett’s fat suit.

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Posted on 10 January 2013

Edward Hall introduces Di and Viv and Rose

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Di and Viv and Rose marks a special moment for Hampstead Theatre: the first transfer of a play from our Downstairs programme to our Main Stage.

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Posted on 9 January 2013

Tu i Teraz (Here and Now): Language Matters

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A Writer’s Blog: Language Matters

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Posted on 6 January 2013

Longing: 5 minutes with William Boyd

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He’s an award-winning novelist – An Ice-Cream War, Brazzaville Beach, Any Human Heart, Restless and Waiting for Sunrise are a few titles to his name – but he has never written for the stage.

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Posted on 4 January 2013

A Cup of Tea with... Tu i Teraz (Here and Now) actor Ania Sowinski

Posted in: Hampstead Downstairs

We spoke to Ania Sowinski (pictured, right) about being bi-lingual, her first job and Quentin Tarantino. Ania is currently playing Marysia in Tu i Teraz (Here and Now) which runs until 19 January.

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Posted on 2 January 2013

Tu i Teraz (Here and Now): Learning Polish

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Mark Strepan (pictured, left), who plays Kuba in Tu i Teraz (Here and Now), talks about the challenges of learning Polish for the play.

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Posted on 19 December 2012

An Introduction to new voice Colette Kane

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I Know How I Feel About Eve by Colette Kane kicks off the Downstairs 2013 season.

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Posted on 11 December 2012

Why we produced Di and Viv and Rose

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By Greg Ripley-Duggan Hampstead Theatre’s Executive Producer

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Posted on 10 December 2012

Tu i Teraz (Here and Now): A Writer's Introduction

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Inspirations: Stories told, untold and imagined

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Posted on 10 December 2012

Our chosen charity: Place2Be

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At this festive time of year we like to raise awareness of a charity of our choice.

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Posted on 5 December 2012

North London's top 10 festive treats

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As the season of good will gets underway, we thought we’d share with you our top 10 recommendations for what to do in North(ish) London this December…

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Posted on 5 December 2012

What is the flicker club?

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the flicker club is a boutique cinema club that redefines the film-going experience by creating a unique way of rediscovering cinematic treasures.

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Posted on 1 December 2012

Hampstead Theatre Advent Calendar

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Every day throughout December we will be giving you a special Christmas treat – see the image gallery on the left hand side for our opened doors…

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Posted on 23 November 2012

A Cup of Tea with... Ignorance/Jahiliyyah's Andy Apollo

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We chatted to Andy Apollo over a cup of tea between performances about his dream roles, playing a ‘bigoted jerk’ and his critically acclaimed turn as a dragon.

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Posted on 21 November 2012

Edward Hall introduces Old Money

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2012 has been one of the most significant years in the long history of Hampstead Theatre.

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Posted on 9 October 2012

Edward Hall introduces 55 Days

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55 Days was the first play I commissioned as soon as I became Artistic Director of Hampstead at the beginning of 2010.

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Posted on 9 October 2012

A cup of tea with... Donny's Brain actor Ryan Early

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We grabbed actor Ryan Early between performances for a chat about the play, his dream roles and drying up mid-monologue.

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Posted on 26 September 2012

A cup of tea with... Donny's Brain actor Skye Lourie

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We grabbed a cup of tea and a chat with actor Skye Lourie (pictured) about her professional stage debut in Donny’s Brain.

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Posted on 24 September 2012

A cup of tea with... Donny's Brain actor Emily Joyce

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We grabbed actor Emily Joyce between rehearsals for a chat about the play, Doctor Who and falling off stage mid-show.

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Posted on 6 September 2012

Edward Hall introduces The Judas Kiss

Posted in: Main Stage

Pinned above my desk is a postcard that David Hare sent when he received the brochure for our First Season.

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Posted on 2 August 2012

Getting To Know You: Robyn Hardy, Company Stage Manager

Posted in: Interviews with cast and creatives

We chat to The Judas Kiss Company Stage Manager, Robyn Hardy, about life backstage at Hampstead Theatre.

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Posted on 5 July 2012

A cup of tea with... Propeller's Gary Shelford

Posted in: Main Stage

We grabbed actor Gary Shelford between rehearsals for a chat about being part of the Propeller cast.

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Posted on 25 June 2012

Edward Hall talks about Propeller’s latest Double Bill

Posted in: Main Stage

Hampstead Theatre is delighted to welcome back Propeller after their sell-out success with The Comedy of Errors and Richard III last summer.

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