Top of the morning to you all. ‘Tis the week when everyone becomes Irish, so why not join in while indulging in a few alternative London events. Ah go on, will you be having a pint or seven of the black? Mozart and Salieri revealed. The actors behind the National’s hot new production of ‘Amadeus’ reveal all on March 15 March. Adam Gillen and Lucian Msamati will reflect on the challenges of Peter Shaffer’s most well-known play. (Tickets: £7)Become Irish for the day.
Is the endless round of auditioning, working, studying, and trying to make ends meet getting you down? The big city may be hard graft at times but it’s also a brilliant playground for actors. Put a spring in your step with this week’s top London picks. Enjoy some competitive monologues.
How’s this week treating you? Maybe you just can’t crack that monologue or perhaps the audition you thought went well didn’t actually go so well after all? Well, fear not! London, the original home of theatre, is ready waiting to inspire you once again. Be inspired by theatre’s best visual artists. Find out why good graphic design can really bring your production alive from the National Theatre’s Creative Director and his predecessors on Feb. 28 during ‘Art Directors at the National’.
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