Alexander Arnold is a British actor who recently played Luke in the TV BAFTA nominated and RTS award-winning TV Drama series Save Me written by Lennie James for Sky Atlantic. Alexander is currently starring in David Mamet’s new play Bitter Wheat, currently at the Garrick Theatre in London until 14th September 2019. The cast of Bitter Wheat includes John Malkovich as Barney Fein, Doon Mackichan as Sondra, Ioanna Kimbrook as Yung Kim Li, Alexander Arnold as Roberto, Teddy Kempner as Doctor … [Read more...]
London Theatre Interviews with Cast and Creatives
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The Olivier and Tony Award-nominated musical Blues in the Night is a scorching compilation of 26 hot and torchy blues numbers that frame the lives and loves of four residents of a downtown hotel. Featuring soul-filled songs by blues and jazz icons Bessie Smith, Duke Ellington, Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen and many more, this will be a sizzling night to remember. ‘A man is a two-face, a worrisome thing Who'll leave you to sing, the blues in the night.’ Chicago 1939. One man, three women, … [Read more...]
It's been a great few days for me. Not only did I get to visit the Omnibus Theatre to review Simon Stephens’ excellent one-act play Country Music but I also got a chance to have a chat with the show’s Offie and Broadway World Nominated director, Scott Le Crass. I started by asking Scott to tell me a little bit about himself. SLC: I started out as an actor, trained at Arts Ed. A couple of years out I had a change of heart and just wasn’t enjoying it (the acting) anymore, so changed career and … [Read more...]
Shakespeare In The Squares annual production is A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Directed by Tatty Hennessy, it will play across London’s private squares and gardens, opening at Arundel and Ladbroke Gardens on 25th June and running until 11th July 2019. Shakespeare’s wild play of love and magic is transplanted to 1920s Britain, a country bruised by battle and economic hardship where our lovers chafe against the constraints and conventions of an older generation and seek to find freedom in the … [Read more...]
Andrew Day is one of the writers of The Big House production Bullet Tongue Reloaded. The promenade production, which runs at The Big House from 22nd May to 15th June 2019, tackles the topic of County Lines and was developed with a young cast, many of whom are directly affected by this issue. Bigger, bolder, and braver than the 2018 production, Bullet Tongue Reloaded will submerge you in the underworld of county lines drug dealing, where teenagers fight for status, wealth, love, survival, and … [Read more...]