Tag Archives: Nicolas Kent

Drones Baby Drones finds its target at the Arcola Theatre

Saturday 5th November 2016, matinée Despite the lurid title, a quote from a former US defence secretary, Drones, Baby,Drones is a serious attempt to explore a form of warfare which needs to be brought out from the shadows.  Some of the … Continue reading

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The Kilburn Project: The Tricycle goes nuclear with ‘The Bomb – a partial history’

Saturday 11th February 2012 (matinée) and Saturday 3rd March 2012 (evening) Never one to shirk a challenge, Nicolas Kent has devoted the final few weeks of his tenure at the Tricycle to a ‘festival’ of all things nuclear, using the … Continue reading

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Di Great Insohreckshan*? The Tricycle enquires into the riots

It is a sad indictment of our media that if you want an unbiased account of what happened in the Summer riots you need to buy a ticket to the Tricycle’s latest production. Nicolas Kent commissioned the play while the … Continue reading

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Arms and the Mouse: The Tricycle takes us for a walk in the woods

15th October 2011, matinée Inspired by true events, ‘A Walk in the Woods’ is not one of the Tricycle’s famous transcript plays, but it does have a ring of authenticity about it and although it was first performed over twenty … Continue reading

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Nicolas Kent Tricycles into the sunset

Anyone reading about Nicolas Kent’s departure from the Tricycle Theatre might be forgiven for thinking that it is not a theatre at all, but a grim lecture hall where the middle classes go to assuage their guilt about the latest … Continue reading

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