Cause Célèbre by Terence Rattigan at Hampton Hill Theatre | Review

Cause Célèbre at Hampton Hill Theatre - Photo by Cath Messum

In the past couple of years, a spate of Terence Rattigan’s plays have been revived by drama schools and amateur theatre companies in the greater London area and further afield. I use the term ‘amateur’ quizzically as many of these low-scale undertakings embody the dignity of Rattigan’s intent more faithfully than big-budget productions in London’s … Read more Cause Célèbre by Terence Rattigan at Hampton Hill Theatre | Review

The Weatherman By Eugene O’Hare at Park Theatre | Review

Eugene O’Hare’s debut play, The Weatherman is not for the fainthearted. It’s a disturbing mix of brutality and indifference that casts a harsh floodlight on the sordid underbelly of British society. Its depiction of a hidden world we all know exists, sex trafficking of children in London, leaves us with a burgeoning message – it … Read more The Weatherman By Eugene O’Hare at Park Theatre | Review