The show is is being performed at the Wallingford Corn Exchange until 5th April, and tickets are just £10 – call 01491 825 000.
Very cheeky of Dominic Cavendish to pop in early to see In the Vale of Health at the Hampstead. (Great review though!)
It appears Mr Cavendish broke convention and bought a ticket himself to see the show! Well, we can’t blame him for being keen to see it. Here’s the cheeky review.
Wonderful news that after selling out in the downstairs theatre, the collection of four related plays by Simon Gray – Japes, Japes Too, Michael and Missing Dates – will all be moving to the main stage at the Hampstead Theatre.
The four plays will run from 28th May to 14th June.
To coincide with the world premiere of Simon Gray’s play Missing Dates, as part of the In the Vale of Health season, we’re delighted to announce that we will publish this previously unpublished play as an ebook only.
More details to follow…
An interview with Kenith Trodd
The television and film producer talks to Colin MacCabe about his career and collaborations with Simon Gray
Colin MacCabe: How did you first get into the BBC, what were your original interests in drama?
Kenith Trodd: I got into the BBC classically, by the back door. Which, scandalously, people say […]
The Hampstead reports that the cast for this ambitious project will be Gethin Anthony, Jamie Ballard, Imogen Doel and Laura Rees. Across 9 weeks, as each play is added to form the full quartet, the cast will rehearse by day and perform by night. As the run progresses, the performances generic xanax will change organically in response to the actors’ […]