The Ferryman from the mind of Jez Butterworth’s Northern
It only took one day for The Ferryman to sell out at The Royal Court Theatre last year. The thrilling play, about the political and psychological upheaval that befall scriptwriter Jez Butterworth’s divided character Quinn Carney and his family life in County Armagh, drew many critics and audiences to love it.
Has to bash out some words on this on #StuntCasting. Having read @matttrueman and @ShentonStage's post on Stunt Casting from @TanyaBurr at @swkplay I'm still unsure what the fuss is all about. Can we just let Burr have her time to shine on stage? trendfem.com/2018/02/tanya-…
☆☆☆☆ Well, I'm not holding back. Carey Mulligan is great in Dennis Kelly’s #GirlsAndBoys play showing at @royalcourt. 'Mulligan delivers a compelling monologue fuelled by extreme emotions.' £12 tickets available on Mondays 9am. I recommend you see her. trendfem.com/2018/02/girls-…
ICYMI: Here's my thoughts on @CarmenUnionLDN now at @TheUnionTheatre until March 10th 'Carmen 1808 is a thrilling 90 minutes of high energy theatre with music you'll know and songs you'll learn to love. trendfem.com/2018/02/union-… … If musical theatre is your thing, go! ☆☆☆☆ twitter.com/MaryGNguyen/st…
Better late than never! Here are my thoughts ☆☆☆☆ @CarmenUnionLDN @TheUnionTheatre -'Carmen 1808 is a thrilling 90 minutes of high energy theatre with music you'll know and songs you'll learn to love. https://t.co/PTmTB71hB8@PhilWillmott @RachelLeaGray Showing now - March 10 pic.twitter.com/aC0u59vAZA— Mary Grace Nguyen (@MaryGNguyen) February 16, 2018