Ballybeg Hall once played host to grand balls, musical evenings, tennis parties: its rooms busy, bursting with painters, poets and politicians. And presiding over all of it, the imposing figure of Judge O’Donnell.

Director: Lyndsey Turner

Writer(s): Brian Friel

Role: Alice

Cast: David Dawson

  • drama

Rating: na

Release date: 2 August 2018 - 22 September 2018

Theatre/Festival: Donmar Warehouse

The Donmar Warehouse, with Writer Michelle Terry and Director Robert Hastie, is following a generation of young people in the UK from childhood to their first vote.

Cast: Louis Martin, Gunnar Cauthery, Steffan Rhodri, Marc Elliot, Muzz Khan, Simon Holland Roberts, Frances Mayli McCann, Yusra Warsama, Jackie Clune, Shiloh Coke, Frog Stone, Lucy Ellinson

  • documentary

Rating: u

In 1782, Choderlos de Laclos’ novel of sex, intrigue and betrayal in pre-revolutionary France scandalised the world. Two hundred years later, Christopher Hampton’s irresistible adaptation swept the board, winning the Olivier and Evening Standard Awards for Best Play.

Director: Josie Rourke

Writer(s): Choderlos de Laclos (Novel), Christopher Hampton (Adaptation)

Role: Madame de Tourvel

Cast: Dominic West, Janet McTeer

  • drama

Rating: u

Release date: 11 Dec 2015 - 13 Feb 2016

Theatre/Festival: Donmar Warehouse

There’s an uncanny presence on Joe and Kitty’s farm. Precious feed is mysteriously disappearing from the hayshed and prized livestock is being slaughtered at night whilst sinister shadows lurk in the darkness.

Director: Anna Ledwich

Writer(s): Fiona Doyle

Role: Kitty

Cast: Gary Lilburn, Edward MacLiam, Charlotte Randle

  • drama

Rating: u

Release date: 16 April - 16 May 2015

Theatre/Festival: Hampstead Theatre

Two young men arrive at a country estate, fresh from university: one, the son of the landowner, the other a brilliant and charismatic radical, proclaiming a dangerous new philosophy.

Director: Lyndsey Turner

Writer(s): Ivan Turgenev

Role: Anna

Cast: Anthony Calf, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Susan Engel, David Fielder

  • drama

Rating: pg13

Release date: 05 June 2014 - 26 July 2014

Theatre/Festival: Donmar Warehouse

When Michael declares his love for a girl, his devoted mother burns with jealousy while his father is shocked to discover that his son’s lover is someone he knows only too well.

Director: Chris Rolls

Writer(s): Jean Cocteau, translated by Jeremy Sams

Role: Madeleine

Cast: Frances Barber, Tom Byam Shaw, Anthony Calf, Sylvestra le Touzel

  • drama

Rating: pg13

Release date: 25 November 2010 - 18 December 2010

Theatre/Festival: Donmar Warehouse

The McKenna family convenes at their remote West of Ireland holiday home to mark the 21st birthday of their late son Gene.

Director: Michael Attenborough

Writer(s): Frank McGuinness

Role: Louise

Cast: Eileen Atkins, Aidan McArdle, Ian McElhinney, Imelda Staunton

  • drama

Rating: pg

Release date: Thu 11 Jan 2007 - Sat 3 Mar 2007

Theatre/Festival: Almeida Theatre (Off West End)

The Royal Shakespeare Company’s acclaimed production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible transfers to the Gielgud theatre for a strictly limited season.

Director: Dominic Cooke

Writer(s): Arthur Miller

Role: Abigail Williams

Cast: Iain Glen, Elaine Cassidy, James Laurenson, Helen Schlesinger

  • drama

Rating: 12a

Release date: 5 April 2006 - 10 June 2006

Theatre/Festival: Gielgud Theatre

Scenes from the Big Picture is an urban story featuring twenty characters in forty scenes over twenty four hours in Belfast city.

Director: Peter Gill

Writer(s): Owen McCafferty

Role: Maggie Lyttle

Cast: Kathy Kiera Clarke, Ruairi Conaghan, Chris Corrigan, Dermot Crowley, Michelle Fairley

  • drama

Rating: pg13

Release date: 10 April 2003

Theatre/Festival: Royal National Theatre

This is a wicked black comedy on the taboo subjects of cruelty to animals and Irish paramilitaries, The Lieutenant of Inishmore is at once shocking and farcical, yet also devastating in its dissection of The Troubles.

Director: Wilson Milam

Writer(s): Martin McDonagh

Role: Mairead

Cast: Glenn Chapman, Trevor Cooper, Domhnall Gleeson, Peter Gowen, Peter McDonald

  • comedy
  • horror

Rating: 15

Release date: 2002

Theatre/Festival: Garrick Theatre

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