‘INIGO’ BY JONATHAN MOORE TO TRANSFER
The hugely successful Inigo by award-winning writer/director Jonathan Moore is to be transferred to the Pleasance Theatre. Congratulations to all involved – we’ll be sure to point the White Bear audience your way when the time comes!
‘TOMORROW’ WRITER SIGNS WITH THE AGENCY
The writer of the current 5* production ‘Tomorrow’ Sam Evans has signed to The Agency, whose clients include the likes of David Mamet amongst others. Congratulations to Sam on this tremendous news. You can listen to our interview with his collaborators Whistlestop Theatre in our latest White Bear Theatre Podcast.
For the latest White Bear Theatre Podcast we talk to Whistlestop Theatre founders Leah Cooper and Rebecca Hewett on ‘Tomorrow’ by Sam Evans, a new venture for the fledgling company.
The White Bear Director’s Chair is now officially the White Bear Theatre Podcast and will feature interviews from various creatives involved in staging work here at the theatre! For this podcast we talk to playwrights Ian Dixon-Potter and Robert Pope about bringing Marlow and Shakespeare to the stage in their 5* show ’The Dead Shepherd’.
The White Bear hit play Muswell Hill is Transferring to the Park 90. It opens on 17th February and plays until 14th March. We wish them all the very best!
The renowned TV and Radio presenter and critic Mark Lawson has interviewed Jonathan Moore about his new play Inigo which will open at the White Bear Theatre on the 3rd February. See it here!
Watch the video below and find out more about the show here!
One of Britain’s foremost playwrights Simon Stephens visited the White Bear Theatre recently, to see a rehearsal of his play ‘Christmas’ and to talk to director Michael Kingsbury and the cast. The production starts on Tuesday 25 December and runs until Saturday 20 December and you can book tickets right here!
Jason Warren of Axis Arts talks about their unique three week new theatre festival.
We sit down with director and actress Annemarie Highmore to talk about FiasCo Theatre’s adaptation of ‘Three Sisters’ by Anton Chekhov.