It’s never too much for a theatregoer!


What I’ve booked for from September to January. It’s never too much for a theatregoer! I’m so excited, even for “War Horse“, which I saw already!

I’m glad to see Ben Whishaw, Oliver Johnstone and John Heffernan on stage again. Can’t wait to see some others for the first time: Bertie Carvel, Benedict Cumberbatch, Karl Johnson, Dan Parr, Reece Sheersmith, David Morrissey, Sally Messham, Laura Roger, Luke Newberry, Anna Maxwell Martin and others.

I’ve great expectations on the three LGBT plays “The Sum Of Us“, “Tipping The Velvet” and “Teddy Ferrara“, which feature young cast mostly.

And, despite I tried hard to…. resist, I HAD to book for “Macbeth” in January, because since “Oppenheimer” I realized I can’t miss a “perfornan” (aka a John Heffernan’s performance). My notebook is ready for my notes!

Last but not least, I’ve great expectations for 2016: I wish so much one actor announces his next stage role….but, shhht, I can’t talk….(yet).

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The Royal Court annonced new season and I booked for Hangmen


Royal Court new season

17 July – The Royal Court annonced their new season on Twitter:

We have announced the casting for our new Autumn season. Take a look here:

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as soon as the booking online opened, I immediately booked for “Hangmen” 19 September matinee!

http://www.royalcourttheatre.com/whats-on/hangmen

Hangmen 19Sep matinee

 

It will be my 3rd time at the Royal Court, after “Haunted Child” in 2012 and “The Low Road” in 2013.

I already saw Johnny Flynn at the as protagonist of “The Low Road” and I wanted to see Reece Shearsmith on stage for long time, so I couldn’t miss the occasion! David Morrissey is a great extra bonus! I’m curious on the other members of the cast, too!

 

Today I also voted for the Royal Court as my favorite theatre at the “Time Out Theatre Awards 2015“: I hope they win!

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HANGMEN, Jerwood Theatre Downstairs

Storyline: ‘I’m just as good as bloody Pierrepoint’  – In his small pub in Oldham, Harry is something of a local celebrity. But what’s the second-best hangman in England to do on the day they’ve abolished hanging? Amongst the cub reporters and sycophantic pub regulars, dying to hear Harry’s reaction to the news, a peculiar stranger lurks, with a very different motive for his visit.

‘Don’t worry. I may have my quirks but I’m not an animal. Or am I? One for the courts to discuss.’

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Hangmen cast includes (in alphabetical order and Twitter accounts):

Josef Davies as Hennessy,

James Dryden as Clegg,

Johnny Flynn  as Mooney,

Graeme Hawley as Bill,

Ralph Ineson as Inspector Fry,

Bronwyn James as Shirley,

David Morrissey as Harry,

Ryan Pope as Charlie,

Sally Rogers as Alice,

Simon Rouse as Arthur

and Reece Shearsmith as Syd.

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Creatives:

Martin McDonagh Writer,

Matthew Dunster Director,

Anna Fleischle @AnnaFleischle Design,

Joshua Carr Lighting,

Ian Dickinson Sound,

Royal Court Theatre @royalcourt.

 

 

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