Following a sold-out run at the Royal Court Theatre, Jennifer Haley’s critically-acclaimed, multi-award-winning play transfers to London’s Duke of York’s Theatre for a limited 12-week run.
The Nether offers complete freedom – a new virtual wonderland providing total sensory immersion. Just log in, choose an identity and indulge your every desire.
An intricate crime drama and a haunting thriller set in the year 2050, The Nether follows an investigation into the complicated, disturbing morality of identity in the digital world, and explores the consequences of making dreams a reality.
It's now or never for George Jones. The charismatic leader of the Labour Party needs to get out of opposition and into Number Ten. Plagued by a hostile media, beset by divisions in his party and haunted by his own demons, George has three weeks to convince the Great British Public that he's their man.
But how much compromise is he prepared to make? How can you truly appeal to the man in the street from the House of Commons? And which tie should he wear for Prime Minister's Questions?
Headlong presents a vigorous new production of David Hare’s funny, stinging political drama on a timely national tour during the build up to the 2015 General Election.
The cast of the autumn 2014 tour of 1984 discuss their thoughts on the play and the experience of performing 1984 on stage.
Miles Alridge photographs Matt Smith and the cast of American Psycho in impeccable attitre. Jeremy Langmead talks to Matt Smith about taking on the iconic role of Patrick Bateman.
Take a look at our new interactive trailer for The Nether.
Es Devlin talks to Ideas Tap about her approach to her work and the qualities that you need to become a successful designer.
Blanche McIntyre gives Judi Herman a director's-eye-view of The Seagull.
The meet and greet - a staple of every rehearsal process’s first day. One by one the members of the circle name themselves and tell the group what they do.
Vicky Featherstone, artistic director of the Court, and director Jeremy Herrin welcome everyone and we sit down for the first read-through.
Bret Easton Ellis on American Psycho and his return to LA.
Frank Wedekind wasn’t really a playwright. Of course that makes no sense, since he wrote a whole bunch of plays, but it does have a meaning and it is possibly helpful to remember when staging Spring Awakening.
We're thrilled that The Nether was nominated for Best Play at the 2014 Evening Standard Awards.
The production transfers to the Duke of York's Theatre from 30 January 2015, tickets available now.
Carl Jung on the incredible creative power of the human imagination.
'We want at the end of an hour and 40 minutes for the audience to have that same sense of a visceral face-punch.'
Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan discuss adapting George Orwell's 1984 for the stage with Dominic Cavendish.