This is Lover’s Rock!

Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 by Tricycle

‘Lover’s Rock, this is Lover’s Rock…’ Look who we found lurking outside the Tricycle this week – nonetheless than three of the Lover’s Rock genre’s leading artists!

We convinced Victor Romero Evans, Janet Kay and Carroll Thompson to give us an impromptu serenade on Kilburn High Road (please excuse the sound!) ahead of their performance of Lover’s Rock Monologues at the Tricycle from 20 – 25 July.

This should give you just a little flavour of the coolly soulful sounds you could be enjoying in a few weeks time – click here to book now.


Meeting the MUJU Crew: Actor Dominic Garfield

Monday, July 13th, 2015 by Tricycle

The first of the fellas, Dominic Garfield, is up today as we continue our Meeting the MUJU Crew vlog series. Dominic tells us how the project has allowed him to explore and express issues in the media and also what he hopes the audience will take away when they come and watch.

Stick with us as we’ll be meeting actress Lauren Silver later this week and hearing about her highs and lows in the process.

For more information on Come In! Sit Down! and to book, click here.


Meeting the MUJU Crew: Actress Daniella Isaacs

Friday, July 10th, 2015 by Tricycle

Continuing our Meeting the MUJU Crew series, today we say hello to actress Daniella Isaacs. Daniella tells us why she was interested in getting involved in Come In! Sit Down! and also tries to answer the old question: ‘What makes something funny?’

Check back later this week where we’ll be introducing the first of the fellas in the MUJU Crew, Dominic Garfield.

For more information and to book, click here.


Meeting the MUJU Crew: Actress Amina Zia

Thursday, July 9th, 2015 by Tricycle


Welcome to a new blog series from the Tricycle: Meet the MUJU Crew!

Later this month, The MUJU Crew will be presenting their new comedy sketch show, Come In! Sit Down! The MUJU Crew formed at the Tricycle 10 years ago and are now returning to our stage for a side splitting night of comedy complete with sketches from a hip hop Rabbi and feminist Fatima and her four husbands!

Over the coming weeks we’ll be speaking with The MUJU Crew and finding out what they think about comedy, culture and the creative process. Today we’re introducing actress Amina Zia who tells us its OK to be a funny Muslim, and talks about some of the challenges she’s overcome in the creative process.

Check back later this week where we’ll be introducing actress Daniella Isaacs.

Fore more information and to book, click here.


Verdi Vlog 7: Dario Dugandzic on how to play multiple characters

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 by Tricycle

The last in our series of Verdi Vlogs, Dario Dugandzic from La Traviata is back to talk us through how he changes his physicality and speech to play multiple characters in La Traviata.

Thank you for joining us for this for this series of Verdi Vlogs – we’ve loved sharing some behind the scenes info with you! Have you seen the show or been following the vlog series? We’d love to get your thoughts via twitter on @tricycletheatre #LaTraviata.

If you’ve not booked for La Traviata yet its not too late – but book soon, must end 4 July. Click here for more info and to book.


Verdi Vlog 6: Director Robin Norton-Hale on the ‘modern’ 1920s era

Monday, June 29th, 2015 by Tricycle

Vintage vixens and dapper chaps will love this vlog from La Traviata Director Robin Norton-Hale, about why she chose to set her production in this decadent era that certainly captures the imagination. Robin also give some food for thought in this vlog about where our idea of modern morality stems from.

We have just one more Verdi Vlog coming this week, so check back soon and be sure to book your tickets before the show closes on 4 July.

Seen the show already? Share your thoughts with us via twitter @tricycletheatre #LaTraviata

For more information and to book, click here.