Rogues & Vagabonds

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Tag Archives: Donmar Warehouse

Archive Interview • JAMIE LLOYD • Piaf @ Vaudeville Theatre

  “I have always been passionate about Elena Roger,” enthuses Jamie Lloyd, director of Pam Gems’s classic bio-musical Piaf which has transferred so successfully to the Vaudeville Theatre stage. “I was assistant … Continue reading


Archive Interview | WILLIAM GAUNT | The Family Reunion @ Donmar Warehouse

“When you’re in a play that has had a chequered history,” confides the veteran actor William Gaunt, “you are inevitably nervous about how it will be received.” Gaunt is discussing … Continue reading


Archive Interview • TOM BURKE • Creditors • Donmar Warehouse • 2008

The ruggedly handsome Tom Burke takes time off from intensive rehearsals to discuss the latest venture at the Donmar Warehouse. Playing Adolph in August Strindberg’s less-well-known 1888 play Creditors (in … Continue reading

05/21/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Feature • PAINFUL CLARITY • The Wild Duck • 2005

Non-seasonal tidings of discomfort and yawns after a Circle level endurance of The Wild Duck at the Donmar. Michael Grandage’s production has been widely praised, and I have great respect … Continue reading

02/10/2016 · Leave a comment

Archive Review • THIS IS HOW IT GOES • Donmar Warehouse • 2005

As a detached chronicler of the weak and exploitative in the professional classes, Neil LaBute has never been shy of controversy. Having presented audiences with repellent characters without much recourse … Continue reading

08/20/2015 · 2 Comments