26/07/14 » DREAM closes to record audience
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM closed in Cambridge tonight to an audience of 691 people, the largest audience in Cambridge Shakespeare Festival's 27 year history. The production received two reviews, both raves, and played to around 5,000 people.
21/07/14 » DREAM big
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM had a bumper week las week, playing to around 2,000 people, pushing it's total audience towards 3,000. Clive James was seen in Friday's audience. The Cambridge Evening News called it a "saucily delightful production" in a glowing review.
15/07/14 » 1,000 Dreams
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM has now played to over 1,000 people in its first week at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival. It plays until 26th July.
13/07/14 » DREAM plays
Benet's fun, funny and pacy outdoor production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM has now been running a week in the glorious surroundings of Kings College Gardens in Cambridge and been seen by almost 1,000 people. The productions runs until July 26th.
12/06/14 » Summer Shakespeare warms up
Benet is currently preparing to direct two Shakespeare plays for the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, for whom he directed Romeo and Juliet last year. He starts work on A Midsummer Night's Dream, in ten days time. Tickets are now available via www.cambridgeshakespeare.com
04/06/14 » OBAMERICA opens to full house
The ObamAmerica festival of short plays, in which Ben's production of BRADLEY-CHELSEA-NAMELESS features, opened to an enthusiastic full house last night at Theatre 503. Performances continue until this Sunday before a new set of plays take over next week.
12/03/14 » BLIND EYE receives world premiere
BLIND EYE, the brilliant new play which Ben worked on with author Susannah Finzi over a year in 2008/9 and staged an industry reading of, gets its long awaited world premiere in Lisbon tomorrow where it runs until the end of the month.