Stage on Screen – 15/04/20
The days may continue to blend into one, but there are still some great things to watch on line! If you’re not watching some of these, you really should be! There’s week 2 of the Fight Back Festival at the New Theatre, and a few others besides.
As ever, if you know of any productions that are available online, let us know in the comments section below and we’ll add it to the list!
BRACE UP! – complete production – The Wooster Group
Crossings: Live Recording – Pentabus and New Perspectives Recording
I Wish I Was A Mountain – Lindsay Baker
Quad – Pan Pan
Make It Home – Nanterre-Amandiers
Tues 7th April – AN UNMADE BED by Elizabeth Moynihan
Wed 8th April – THE ONE TREE by Tara Maria Lovett
Thu 9th April @ 20.15 – SHARD by Stewart Roche
@ 21.15 – THE PLEASUREOMETER by Jack Harte
Tues 14th April – TOFFEE by Ultan Pringle
Wed 15th April – HUG by Ali Hardiman
Thur 16th April – PANDEMIC PANIC by Ella Skolimowski
Fri 17th April – BACKWARDS AND FORWARDS by David Halpin
Tues 21st April – KING OF CATS by Oisin Robbins
Wed 22nd April – THE JAR by Myrn Devaney
Thur 23rd April – THE MOVING BRIDGE by Anne Matthews
Fri 24th April – A TALE OF LOST BIAFRA by Justin Butcher
Stage on Screen – 03/04/20
Andrew Lloyd Webber – Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat tonight.
Jesus Christ Superstar – Good Friday, April 10.
Stage on Screen – 31/03/20
Rough Magic – How to Keep an Alien by Sonya Kelly
Pan Pan Theatre – Everyone is King Lear in his own home – Oct 2012
Abbey Theatre – Cyprus Avenue (Online Screening) – 27 March – 26 April 2020
National Theatre – One Man Two Guvnors – Online Premiere on 2 April
Fishamble – Inside the GPO – Special Easter Stream – 7pm Sun 12 Apr – 10pm Mon 13 Apr 2020
Druid – Playboy of the Western World
There’s a full list of Englist Productions on The Guardian Website here.
Dance on Screen – Liz Roche – Bastard Amber
To Hell in a Handbag – Premieres tonight at 8pm on Youtube for 24 Hours only.
I, Malvolio – by Tim Crouch
Opera – L’Opéra de Paris
March 23 – 29: Don Giovanni (2019)
March 30 – April 5: Swan Lake (2019)
April 6 – 12: The Barber of Seville (2014)
April 13 – 19: Tribute to Jerome Robbins (2018)
April 20 – 26: The Tales of Hoffmann (2016)
April 27 – May 3: Carmen (2017)
March 17 – May 3: Cycle of Tchaikovsky’s six symphonies played by the Orchestra of the Paris National Opera, conducted by Philippe Jordan
Met Online – Free Seven Day Trial