Pinocchio – National Theatre

On a quest to be truly alive, Pinocchio leaves Geppetto’s workshop with Jiminy Cricket in tow. Their electrifying adventure takes them from alpine forests to Pleasure Island to the bottom of the ocean.

This spectacular new production is brought to the stage by an extraordinary team including the director of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and the writer of Matilda the Musical.

Featuring unforgettable music and songs from the Walt Disney film including I’ve Got No Strings, Give a Little Whistle and When You Wish upon a Star in dazzling new arrangements, Pinocchio comes to life as never before.

Featuring our very own, Dawn Sievewright. The run begins on 1st December.

More information can be found here.

Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour – Dawn Sievewright

The smash hit Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour continues it’s hugely successful run at the Duke of York’s Theatre until September 2nd 2017.

Our lady (see what we did there?) Dawn Sievewright stars as ‘Fionnula’.

The production boasts a clutch of 5 star reviews and has gained quite a celebrity following since it’s transfer to the West End. Follow @OurLadiesLDN on twitter for all the latest news and audience responses.

Olivier Awards Nominations – 2017

Dawn Sievewright has been nominated for an Olivier Award in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in ‘Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour’ (National Theatre, Dorfman)

The production has also been nominated in the Best New Comedy category. The awards ceremony will take place at The Royal Albert Hall on Sunday 9th April.

The critically acclaimed NTS/Live Theatre production will transfer to London’s West End in May 2017.

CATS Awards 2016 Nominations

The 2016 CATS Award nominations have been announced!

Huge Congratulations to Barrie Hunter for his nomination for Best Male Performance in DESCENT, Angela Darcy for Best Female Performance in RING ROAD and Dawn Sievewright and the Ladies of Perpetual Succour for Best Ensemble, Best Production and Best Music and Sound!
Delighted to see that DESCENT (which also featured BAA Client Wendy Seager) has also been nominated in the Best New Play Category.

Horsecross Pantomime BEAUTY AND THE BEAST which featured Barrie Hunter, Angela Darcy, Harry Ward and David Rankine is also nominated in the Best Technical presentation category

Full list available here:
https://www.thestage.co.uk/…/critics-awards-theatre-scotla…/