Brilliantly what you don't expect to see
London. A WOLF IN SNAKESKIN SHOES (OR THE GOSPEL OF TARTUFFE) by Marcus Gardley Tricycle Theatre 269 Kilburn High Road NW6 7JR To 14 November 2015. Mon-Sat 7.30pm Mat Wed 2pm Sat 3pm. Audio-described 5 Nov (+ Touch Tour 6pm). Captioned 10 Nov. Runs: 2hr One interval. TICKETS 020 7328 1000. www.tricycle.co.uk Review: Carole Woddis 15 October. An achievement, despite imperfections.
London TARTUFFE by Moliere adapted by Paul Webster The Space 269 West Ferry Road, London E14 3RS to 25 October 2014 Tues – Sat 7.30 pm Runs 1hr 40 mins No interval; to 25 10 14 TICKETS: 0207 515 7798 www.space.org.uk Review: William Russell 16 October Double crossing in the deep South is a delight
Kingston-upon-Thames. TARTUFFE by Moliere new adaptation by Roger McGough. Rose Theatre Kingston To 14 June 2008. Mon-Sat 7.30pm Mat Thu & Sat 2.30pm. Captioned 14 June 2.30pm. Runs 2hr 35min One interval. TICKETS: 0871 230 1552. www.rosetheatrekingston.org Review: Timothy Ramsden 5 June. Bravura brilliance throughout.
Tour TARTUFFE by Molière, translated and adapted by Ranjit Bolt Watermill Theatre Tour to 27 May 2006 Runs 2hr 20min One interval Review Hazel Brown 29 March 2006 at Lighthouse Poole A marvellous monster, a witty script and perfect performances – modern Molière at its best.
Newbury/Tour TARTUFFE by Moliére adaptated by Ranjit Bolt Watermill – West Berkshire Playhouse to 18 March then tour to 27 May 2006 Mon-Sat 7.30pm Mat Thu & Sat 2.30pm except 18 March at 1.30pm & 6.30pm Runs 2hr 15min One interval TICKETS: 01635 46044 www.watermill.org.uk Review: Stewart McGill 13 February A handsome affair.
Tartuffe: by MoliÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â¨re, translated by Christopher Hampton Haymarket Theatre, Basingstoke, October 10th to October 25th 2003. Mons Sats 7.45 pm; Matinees: Thursday 16th October & Saturday 25th October at 2:00pm Pay what you Can: 15th October Page-to-Stage Day: Thursday 16th October from 10:30am BSL Sign-interpreted performance: Friday 17th October at 7:45pm Audio-described performance & pre-show Touch Tour: Saturday 25th October during the matinee Runs 2 hours 05 minutes: One Interval Tickets 01256 465566: www.haymarket.org.uk Review Mark Courtice: 15th October 2003 …
National Theatre TARTUFFE by Moliere, new version by Ranjit Bolt Lyttelton Theatre In rep to 20 April 2002 Runs 2hr 35min One interval TICKETS 020 7452 3000 Review Timothy Ramsden 26 March Design excess apart, this is a fine, funny Moliere with two well-balanced central performances.
Edinburgh. THE VENETIAN TWINS by Carlo Goldoni in a new version by Tony Cownie. Royal Lyceum Theatre Grindlay Street EH3 9AX To 16 May 2015. Tue-Sat 7.30pm Mat Wed & Sat 2pm. Audio-described 7 May (+ Touch Tour 6.15pm), 9 May 2pm (+ Touch Tour 12.45pm). BSL Signed 13 May 7.30pm. Captioned 16 May 2pm. Runs 2hr 35min One interval. TICKETS: 0131 248 4848. www.lyceum.org.uk Review: Timothy Ramsden 29 April. Season ends in joyous meetings.
London. MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS GOT HER HEAD CHOPPED OFF by Liz Lochhead. King’s Head Theatre 115 Upper Street N1 1QN To 22 June 2013. Tue-Sat 7.15pm. Runs 2hr 20min One interval. TICKETS: 020 7478 0160. www.kingsheadtheatre.com Review: Timothy Ramsden 16 June. Quick-witted play of power and passions receives a rare revival.
London. MOLIÈRE or THE LEAGUE OF HYPOCRITES by Mikhail Bulgakov translated by Michael Glenny. Finborough Theatre above Finborough Pub 118 Finborough Road SW10 9ED To 19 December 2009. Tue-Sat 7.30pm Mat Sat & Sun 3pm. Runs 2hr One interval. TICKETS: 0844 847 1652 (24hr no booking fee). www.finboroughtheatre.co.uk (reduced full-price tickets online). Review: Timothy Ramsden 6 December. Absolute power exposed with consummate skill.
Tour. THE HYPOCHONDRIAC by Molière adapted by Roger McGough. English Touring Theatre Tour to 14 November 2009. Runs 2hr 25min One interval. Review: Timothy Ramsden 17 July at Liverpool Playhouse.. Middling Molière production scripted by highly mischievous McGough.
THIEVES CARNIVAL - Jean Anouilh Watermill West Berkshire Playhouse until 10th September Running Time: 2 hours, 10 minutes Review by Stewart McGill, 27th July 2005 An important venue that should be saved; though this time a disappointing play
Scotland MISERYGUTS by Liz Lochhead, after Moliere’s The Misanthrope Royal Lyceum Theatre To 19 April 2002 7.45 Mats Wed 3,10 & Sat 6, 13 + Sun 7April 2.30pm Runs 2hr 30min One interval TICKETS 0131 248 4848 Review Thelma Good 23 March Indigenous wit and rhyming shafts, plus the best of bitch fights with words.
Salisbury THE MISER by Moliere. Salisbury Playhouse 20 April-5 May 2001. Runs 2hr 15min One interval Review Timothy Ramsden 3 May Genuinely funny, modernised Moliere in the round. He's a problem, is Moliere, for the British theatre. That middle-class world with servants, parent power ruling adolescents' lives and half-real, half comic stereotype characters. How does it all translate? Stylishly, in Ranjit Bolt's 'newly revised' version. Like another successful Moliere adaptation, Liz Lochhead's moving of Tartuffe to downmarket 50s Scotland, Bolt …