Intemperance Review

Intemperance at the New Vic will pull on the heart strings, and it will make you laugh in what is a serious, thought-provoking production directed by Zoe Waterman. Set in 1854 Liverpool, social inequality is as rife as the alcohol intake of a family who moved to make a better life for themselves. Unfortunately for […]

Intemperance at the New Vic

The New Vic Theatre gets set to stage Intemperance – a moving drama of hope, dreams and close-knit communities amid endemic 19th Century societal inequality. Directed by New Vic Associate Director Zoë Waterman (Table, Playhouse Creatures, New Vic Theatre; The Rubenstein Kiss, After Miss Julie, Nottingham Playhouse), Intemperance is set in 1854...

Table at the New Vic – Review

Have you ever inherited a heirloom which has been passed down through the generations of your family? And if you have, have you ever wondered what stories that piece of jewellery, painting or even dinner set has been a part of, and asked how your great-great-great-great grandparents lived hundreds of years ago? Table, at the […]

Playhouse Creatures at the New Vic

The New Vic Theatre open their spring season with April De Angelis’ Playhouse Creatures, the first play in their season of work focused around empowerment to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage. On stage from Friday 2 – Saturday 24 February, this new production of Angelis’ vivacious drama celebrates a bold moment in the history […]