Tag Archives: Tricycle

Chariots of Mirth: Ben Hur at the Tricycle Theatre

Saturday 28th November 2015, matinee When we spotted the whacky poster for ‘Ben Hur’ at the Tricycle Theatre, we thought something looked familiar, and when we inspected the small print to reveal Patrick Barlow as the writer, we realised that … Continue reading

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Less-ter is Moor: Red Velvet returns to the Tricycle

Saturday 1st February 2014, matinée According to an interview in the Guardian, Adrian Lester’s least favourite question from journalists is ‘What is it like being a black actor?’  So he must have been delighted to discover that his wife, the … Continue reading

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Innocents Lost: Bracken Moor at the Tricycle Theatre

Saturday 13th July 2013, matinee When we heard that Shared Experience were going to put on ‘Bracken Moor’, a new play by Alexi Kaye Campbell at the Tricycle, we didn’t stop to read any further – we booked immediately, and … Continue reading

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A Perfect Storm: Shared Experience resurrect Mary Shelley at the Tricycle

‘Mary Shelley’ was essential viewing for us, being the latest production to come from Shared Experience, who seem to have developed a niche market in dramatising the creative processes of great writers, most notably in Bronte.  ‘Mary Shelley’ could even … 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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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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Are you now or have you ever been….Jewish: Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass at the Tricycle

13th August 2011 matinée (preview) Having gone to see Broken Glass without much previous knowledge (except that it was on at the Tricycle and boasted Anthony Sher in the cast) we were astonished to discover that Arthur Miller’s playwriting career spans … Continue reading

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