All posts tagged National Theatre

The River Stage Festival 2018

This year’s press launch for the National Theatre’s annual River Stage Festival fell on the 6th June and was a groovy reminder of our nation’s rich variety of performance and […]

Buggy Baby: The lovechild of Harold Pinter and Stanley Kubrick that inverts and reveals all about human behaviour

Gallow humour, hedonistic horror, a homage to the traumas impacting refugees are not three elements you would traditionally mix together, but in Buggy Baby, these three distinct styles blend perfectly […]

London’s Soul: The South Bank

Today’s article is a stark contrast from the previous article for the London section of CUB. The entry titled: The Alchemist, posted a fortnight ago, recommended physical alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails London has […]

Brexit Pursued By a Bear

‘My Country: A Work in Progress’ – a preview at the National Theatre   “Britannia has called a meeting, to listen to her people. Form an orderly queue.” A play […]

JOHN at the National Theatre

JOHN is at its most human when it is at its most unnatural. Despite an incoherent plot, which undoubtedly numbed much of the impact of portraying John’s painful life, the […]