The Best Musicals Composed by Jewish Composers

Now the main reason for me writing this post is that I went to see You Won’t Succeed on Broadway if You Don’t Have Any Jews at St James Theatre (my review can be read on Pocket Size Theatre here ) which celebrated a selection of these musicals and the time in which they were created.… Read More

Tate Encourages Online Audiences to Decipher Handwriting of British Artists

The Tate is inviting audiences to help understand the writing in artists’ letters, diaries and sketchbooks it has been announced. Anyone who visits can be the first person to discover stories and secrets behind great British artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Francis Bacon and Walter Sickert by using Tate and Zooniverse’s new transcription tool. Anno Tate… Read More

Jim Broadbent to Star as Scrooge in A Christmas Carol

It has been announced that Academy Award- winning actor Jim Broadbent will be starring as Scrooge in a new adaptation of Charles Dickens’s classic novel. The story is being adapted for the stage by Patrick Barlow and will be directed by Phelim McDermott and will appear at the Noel Coward Theatre for a limited season.… Read More