Category: Theatre

Photos taken of theatre plays.

April 17, 2017 / / Photography

One of my former colleagues Mikael Lindahl has been doing improvisation theatre now for a while, and last week I got a chance to see one the shows he is in called “För sakens skull” where…

February 27, 2017 / / Cambridge

Arden of Faversham is the week 7 main show at the ADC Theatre, directed by Anna Jennings. The plan was to do a cocktail themed photoshoot, and St John’s College provided us with a great…

February 26, 2017 / / Cambridge

Charlotte Cromie has written a new play, and I met up with her and the cast for a photoshoot at the Old Divinity School that has recently been renovated by St John’s College. Half past…

February 25, 2017 / / Cambridge

In the early morning hours on my last day in Cambridge I met up with Zoé Barnes and the cast of Blue Remembered Hills for a fun hour playing around in the playground. The directions…

February 24, 2017 / / Cambridge

As you might have noticed I am not posting the photoshoots in chronological order, but rather prioritising the theatre plays that are coming up soon. This photoshoot was the last I did before having lunch…

February 23, 2017 / / Cambridge

Myles O’Gorman is directing Cabaret by Kander and Ebb at a yet undisclosed location. Despite the secrecy we organised a photoshoot at one of their rehearsal spaces. Here is a sneak peak at the Kit…

February 22, 2017 / / Cambridge

“Away, and mock the time with fairest show. False face must hide what the false heart doth know.” The Scottish play is coming to Cambridge as you’ve never seen before. With an entirely BME cast,…

February 21, 2017 / / Cambridge

We met up before lunch on the first Saturday to do a photoshoot for “Come back to Bed” written and directed by Isla Cowan. Josh McClure had kindly let us use his room for the…

February 20, 2017 / / Cambridge

Here is a visual treat for you! This week ‘Dirty Hands: A Brexistential Crisis’ plays at the Pembroke New Cellars, so Sophie Leydon, Leo Benedict and I organised a photoshoot for the cast at St John’s…

February 16, 2017 / / Cambridge

A Taste of Honey is set in Salford in the 1950s. It tells the story of Jo, a seventeen-year-old working class girl, and her mother, Helen, who is presented as flighty and uncaring. Helen leaves…