PREVIEW: Audrey Hepburn: Portraits of an Idol @National Portrait Gallery

Although many people consider the Alexander McQueen exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum to be the most exciting exhibition to be seen in London over the summer (having seen it I can understand why) but to be perfectly honest I’m personally more excited to see the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition dedicated to Audrey Hepburn.… Read More

Rocky Horror Show to Head Off on UK Tour in December!

If you are a fan of the Rock N’ Roll musical then this news will delight you (well if you’re based in the UK anyway!) – the Rocky Horror Show is heading off on tour again!! Since its first appearance at the Royal Court Theatre in 1973, it has delighted and thrilled people all over… Read More

Review: Grimm Tales for Young and Old by Philip Pullman

Philip Pullman examines fairytales from a modern perspective – focusing on the ones used by the Grimm brothers in their collection. We have all grown up with fairy tales such as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty – thanks to countless books and re-tellings and of course Disney. But what Pullman examines is the background to these… Read More

Theatre News: 28th June 2015

Technically, this bit of news is a couple of days old but this is the first opportunity I have had to sit down and write it up for the benefit of my lovely readers. It has been announced that ┬áthat the classic Colette and Anita Loos comedy Gigi is coming back to London for a… Read More

Review: The Trial, Young Vic Theatre

My first experience of Franz Kafka came while I was at school doing drama. I was studying Metamorphosis, best described as the play about a boy who turns into a bug. Now I didn’t fully understand Kafka’s work then – could I understand it any better as an adult now? Sadly no is the answer.… Read More

Charlie & Chocolate Factory Musical Begins Third Year with New Cast

Based on Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s book, the hit musical directed by Sam Mendes celebrated its second anniversary in the West End with a special gala performance and party for cast, crew and special guests on Thursday night. But the celebration also marks a new change in cast for the production, which now stars Jonathan… Read More

Things to see and do in London: 25th June 2015

Struggling to figure out what to see and do in London over the next few days or even weeks? Well then it’s just as well I’m around to help! So settle down and read my top tips on the best things to take a look at (in no particular order of course…): 1. Carsten Holler:… Read More

Design Museum Announce Line Up for London Design Festival

The Design Museum has announced their programme for the 2015 London Design Festival, which will present a wide range of exhibitions, events and installations that celebrate new talent and ideas across the capital. So let’s take a closer look at what to expect from this year’s festival, which will be taking place from the 19th… Read More

Images Released for The Seagull at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre has released pictures from the specially commissioned version of the play by Anton Chekov. Currently performing at the theatre for a limited run until the 11th July, the production stars Janie Dee, Sabrina Bartlett and Matthew Tennyson. Considered to be one of the most important plays of the 19th… Read More

Rehearsal Pictures Released for The Mentalists

Another day, another show in the West End getting ready to open and this time it is the turn of Richard Bean’s play The Mentalists, directed by Abbey Wright. Rehearsal images have been released, showing Stephen Merchant (The Office, Extras) and Steffan Rhodri (Gavin & Stacey, Harry Potter) hard at work as they prepare to… Read More