Author Archives: Rich Matthews


Q&A from Thomas Simper, Kris in David Lane’s FREE

This autumn, Half Moon will be presenting FREE, a brand new play for teenage audiences by acclaimed playwright David Lan…

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The Making of the Music: Blog from Alex Tosh (When Spring Comes)

The process of writing music can be a long, complicated thing. It can also be extremely easy. Suddenly you have an idea,…

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When Spring Comes makes Limehouse premiere

Following a successful run at Southbank Centre in 2012, Half Moon production When Spring Comes will make its Limehouse p…

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One Way Ticket audience responses

As One Way Ticket finishes its national tour with a run at Half Moon, we share some of the audience feedback from across…

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Second blog from Rosemary Harris

Ahead of One Way Ticket opening at Half Moon on Wednesday 30 April, co-writer and performer Rosemary Harris blogs about …

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Latest e-newsletter

Keep up to date with the latest news from Half Moon, by viewing our latest e-newsletter below. VIEW OUR LATEST E-NEWSLET…

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Blog from Rosemary Harris (One Way Ticket)

Ahead of One Way Ticket opening at Half Moon Theatre, acclaimed performance poet Rosemary Harris (co-writer and performe…

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Blog from Vipul Bhatti, When Spring Comes dancer and choreographer

We’re currently in the process of remounting When Spring Comes, an enchanting show for ages 3 to 7 fusing Kathak a…

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The Moon shines brightly in Limehouse

What better way could there be to celebrate the coming of Easter than by breathing new life into a historic building. Fo…

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One Way Ticket – audience feedback

One Way Ticket, the latest production in the Half Moon presents portfolio, has been touring nationally since March 2014,…

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Barclays staff visit Half Moon

On Tuesday 1 April, eight staff members from the Retail department of Barclays Bank headquarters in Canary Wharf came to…

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An open letter to Alan Davey from Action for Children’s Arts/TYA UK

On 2 April 2014, an open letter was sent to Alan Davey, Chief Executive at Arts Council England, from Action for Childre…

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