Lily Cole to lead Last Days Of Troy

Lily Cole to lead Last Days Of Troy

Lily Cole will make her Shakespeare’s Globe debut in Simon Armitage’s new play The Last Days Of Troy this summer, marking her first major role on stage. Playing from 10 June at the outdoor venue following a run at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre, Armitage’s dramatisation of Homer’s The Iliad tells the story of two countries…

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The White Carnation, Jermyn Street Theatre, London

A Lady of Little Sense, Arcola Theatre, London

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Sochi 2014, Hope Theatre, London, review

Sochi 2014, Hope Theatre, London, review

In a programme note, Berry-Hart points out that verbatim drama is necessarily a fluid entity – the opening night replaced a scripted scene about Peter Tatchell’s protests at concerts given by the conductor Valery Gergiev with a newsier one about the arrest of gay rights protesters at the opening ceremony. But however authentic the material,…

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Oh What A Lovely War, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London

Oh What A Lovely War, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London

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