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Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at the Royal Opera House – Online EVENT

December 30, 2020January 21, 2021

Christopher Wheeldon’s lively Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland transports audiences to the riotous world of Lewis Carroll’s characters, including a tap-dancing Mad Hatter and a comically wicked Queen of Hearts. Bob Crowley’s ingenious mixture of traditional and innovative stagecraft together with the pace and colour of Joby Talbot’s score make Alice a gloriously vibrant experience. Packed with clever choreography – from the memorable croquet scene, complete with flamingos and hedgehogs, to a parody of the Rose Adage from The Sleeping Beauty – this is…

Eddie Izzard: Still Standing – Online Event

January 7January 31

Eddie Izzard is doing a truly remarkable series of live-streamed events from our own Riverside Studios in Hammersmith. She (Eddie recently asked to be addressed as “she”) is celebrating January with 31 marathons (on a treadmill) in 31 days in 31 “virtual” countries, followed by 31 stand-up live-streamed comedy gigs. As is that weren’t impressive enough, some of the gigs are in French or German. Both the treadmill and the gigs are based in the Riverside Studios. Eddie is running…

The Nutcracker Reworked at The Royal Opera House – Online Event

January 7January 21

The ROH is offering a streamed version, entitled The Nutcracker Reworked, running until 21 January. Tickets £16. roh.org.uk/tickets-and-events/stream-the-nutcracker-reworked-details

The Haunting of Alice Bowles – Online Event

January 7February 28

Until 28 February. Two YouTubers uncover a mysterious grave in an abandoned churchyard and start to untangle a grisly mystery from a century ago. Based on a short story by MR James, this adaptation by Philip Franks (remember him from Darling Buds of May?) is billed as a “chilling ghost story”. It was filmed remotely under lockdown conditions. And it has themes which will resonate with modern audiences; the modern strand of the story is set in the time of…

The Habit of Art – Online Event

January 7February 28

By Alan Bennett, the national treasure of a playwright whose back-catalogue includes The History Boys, The Madness of King George and Talking Heads.  And it’s produced by the Original Theatre Company, who’ve come up trumps with their online offerings so far. A play-within-a-play, it features Matthew Kelly (Of Mice and Men, Toast, Pride and Prejudice) and David Yelland (The Crown, Chariots of Fire) and focuses on a meeting between poet WH Auden and composer Benjamin Britten. Directed by Philip Franks. …

Stream Theatre – Online Events

January 11January 24

Stream Theatre has a number of new productions in January. Check website for dates. First a couple of American political dramas: Waiting for Obama by John Moore 11- 17 January: This was an official selection at the New York International Fringe Festival. In pre-Trump America, a Colorado family is convinced that President Obama is coming for their guns…. and they’re right. A play focusing on the deep divisions in America over gun control versus the constitutional right to bear arms. stream.theatre/season/12…

Overflow at Bush Theatre – Online Event

January 18January 23

Bush Theatre in Shepherd’s Bush is offering Overflow from 18-23 January. A one hour piece focusing on a trans woman under siege in a cubicle of a women’s toilet, might not sound immediately like a barrel of laughs. But an Evening Standard review described the play, written by Travis Alabanza, as “funny, tender”, and “a really great night out” (the review was done in December while the play was still on at the theatre). In fact, the Standard goes as far as…

Mischief Movie Night- Online Event

January 23February 14

Mischief Movie Night 23 Jan – 14 February. The Christmas run of this improvised show by the hilarious “Play that Goes Wrong” team was so successful that they’re launching another run in late January. Each night, the cast takes suggestions from audience members via social media platforms. Tickets are £10 just to watch and £15 to participate and help choose the title, genre and style of the one hour movie the cast will improvise. The night we attended, this resulted in…

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