Jun
14

Mothers and Lovers, classic drama

Coming up at The Playground Theatre on 15 & 16 June is ‘Mothers and Lovers’ a classic drama inspired by the most profound relationships of classic repertoire. Directed by Anastasia Revi Writers like A. Chekhov, H. Ibsen, F.G. Lorca, T. Williams, B. Brecht and A. Strindberg dive into the ocean of emotions, dreams, absurdities and unfulfilled desires, only to remind us how fragile we are… Tickets here. The Playground Theatre, […]

Mar
22

Splinters by Praxis

Splinters are the small pieces of wood that penetrate the skin, or the fragments of a shattered impression. 7 short stories that together synthesise an ensemble, a play about human relationships. 7 dialogues among friends, lovers, family members or internal, self-dialogues, that bring to light the never-ending quest for happiness, freedom, self-conscience and identity through our day to day interactions. The struggle between solitude and co-existence, between the self and […]

Mar
16

Don Juan by Molière

Presented by Theatre Lab Company, translated by Brett Bodemer and directed by Anastasia Revi Theatre Lab Company bring Molière’s DON JUAN to Hoxton Hall. This follows their acclaimed SALOME at Hoxton Hall in February 2017, and recent applauded production of Daphne du Maurier’s JAMAICA INN at Tabard Theatre. Charming… egocentric… atheist… philanderer… recently wed, Don Juan is about to commit adultery against his new wife. Accompanied by his servant, Sganarelle, […]

Jun
09

The Actor Creates the Character

Workshop for actors with Anastasia Revi. Theatre Lab Company has the reputation of “magic, mesmerising and visually stunning shows that look like films where everything is moving”. Those productions that are vibrant, different and highly aesthetic are based on a series of techniques and methods that derive from imagination, physicality, precision, vocal range, clarity and emotional flexibility. These are special qualities that empower the actor to transform into another character […]

Mar
23

I Want a Country

How has suddenly everything fallen apart? In the aftermath of a crisis, the old ways no longer serve as a means of coping with a new reality. Inspired by the current social situation in Greece, this is not just a play about Greece. The meltdown of the ‘Country’ as we know it brings about a popular demand for change. The young take over the scene with a plea for a […]

Dec
08

Salome, the forbidden play by Oscar Wilde

Decadence… beauty… lust… envy… desire. The words of a prophet, a mother’s envy, a stepfather’s desire, a spoilt young girl’s demand, and a dance that turns the moon red… Theatre Lab’s Salomé is a spellbinding visual spectacle set in the 1930s where King Herod celebrates his birthday with a sumptuous banquet in the decadent and beautiful Victorian Hoxton Hall. Highly acclaimed, critics and reviewers internationally have noted its aesthetic, excellent performances, […]