Joseph directs one of the timeless stories of one of the best-selling books of the nineteenth century, this stage adaptation of Ben Hur at The Barn Theatre which condenses the epic tale so that it can be told by just four actors. Complete with chariot races, sea battles, and stage combat, Patrick Barlow weaves his compressed style popularised by The 39 Steps into one of the largest stories ever told.
Chicago. 1957. Four cops, different ages, classes and races, all living a lie and mired in mutual suspicion, have to grab a gangster-turned-state-witness before the Mob can get him.
Outside their office the world is changing. Race riots. Mass consumerism. Civil Rights. Rock ‘n’ Roll. Sex is everywhere…
The Sugar Syndrome
Jessica is Dani in the first major revival of Lucy Prebble’s debut play.
“In an excellent four-hander, Jessica Rhodes makes a remarkable stage debut…”
“…Jessica Rhodes is wonderful in her stage debut…”
The Arts Desk
“Newcomer Jessica Rhodes is magnetic…”
“…played, beautifully, by Jessica Rhodes…”
Whats On Stage
Nigar is one of 'The Magnificent Six' in Crongton Knights. This world premier adaptation of Alex Wheatle's award-winning novel will take you on a night of madcap adventure as McKay and his friends ‘The Magnificent Six’ encounter the dangers and triumphs of a mission gone awry.
The Snow Queen
Join Gerda (Ayesha Casely Hayford) on her epic journey through the seasons to save her best friend Cei before she loses him to endless Winter. Ayesha Casely Hayford and Paula James star in Charles Way’s delightful adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen classic, directed by Abigail Anderson.
Peter Pan - Storyhouse
Coming to Storyhouse this Christmas we’re following the second star to the right…
The forever-young Peter Pan (James Phoon) sails through the skies with Tinker Bell ( Carlie Enoch) to bring Wendy and the Darling children to the Lost Children’s enchanted island where the fearsome Captain Hook rules over the high seas.
Joshua Denyer is Neleus in the much anticipated return of MARY POPPINS to its original West End home at the Prince Edward Theatre.
"...soaring balletic movement for Joshua Denyer’s liberated statue..." iNews
"...balletic grace for Joshua Denyer’s Neleus ... somehow does convey exactly how a liberated statue might feel." The Arts Desk
A Very Expensive Poison
Bea makes her professional debut at The Old Vic in the world premier of Lucy Prebble's A Very Expensive Poison, a story about the shocking assassination of Alexander Litvinenko that sends the audience careering through the shadowy world of international espionage from Moscow to Mayfair.