DVD REVIEW: Jurassic World

The latest film in this series certainly delivers and has plenty to thrill and excite audiences just as much as the original film.  It would be fair to say that this film had a lot of expectations surrounding it when it was announced that there was going to be a fourth film in the series.… Read More

Sir Ian McKellen to Spearhead the BFI’s Shakespeare on Film Programme

The BFI  has announced that renowned actor Sir Ian McKellen will be leading the BFI’s Shakespeare on Film programme from April 2016, with full details to be announced in January. This news has been released by the British Council and the GREAT Britain campaign that is part of Shakespeare Lives , a global programme that will… Read More

Terry Jones to Direct Play About the Life of Marty Feldman

It has been announced that Monty Python star Terry Jones will direct the world premiere of Jeepers Creepers, a play about the life and career of comedian Marty Feldman at the Leicester Square Theatre next year. Written by Feldman’s best-selling biographer Robert Ross, the production will star David Boyle (Being Sellars, The Fool Who Dared… Read More

Album Review: Balancing Act by Mike Holober

This latest album from the pianist (his first for six years) has plenty to offer in terms of the quality of the music. Balancing Act shows how his composing abilities allow him to explore different ideas and elements to create something fresh and vibrant. From album opener ‘Book of Sighs’ all the way through to… Read More

Preview: Cabaret of the Century, Finger in the Pie Cabaret, Century Member’s Club

Hosted by Michael Twaits, Finger in the Pie Cabaret presents their latest evening of entertainment at the Century Members Club in London on Saturday the 7th November. Happening once a month at the exclusive venue, November’s offering focuses on the year 1999 and will star Miss Cairo (RuPaul’s drag race UK Ambassador finalist of 2015)… Read More

Full Casting Announced for Hapgood at the Hampstead Theatre

Hampstead Theatre has today announced the full casting for Tom Stoppard’s play Hapgood, arriving at the theatre from the 4th December. Directed by Howard Davies, the production is set in 1988 London when the Cold War is reaching its end game. But somebody working in spymaster Elizabeth Hapgood’s spy network has been leaking secrets. Is… Read More

REVIEW: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels @New Victoria Theatre, Woking

Based on the hugely popular film starring Micael Caine and Steve Martin, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels certainly works better on stage rather than on the big screen if this production is anything to judge by. Slick, stylish and brilliantly hilarious, this story of two conmen, Lawrence (Michael Praed) and Freddy (Noel Sullivan) who bet each other… Read More

The Miniaturists to Celebrate 10th Birthday at the Arcola Theatre

Since 2005, The Miniaturists  have presented some of the best short-form plays by established and emerging playwrights, encouraging the rise of the short play format with theatre audiences. Celebrating its 10th birthday with a special evening held at the Arcola Theatre on Sunday the 15th November at 5pm and 8pm, The Miniaturists have seen writers such… Read More

New Feature Length Film Based on the life of Francisco Goya to be Released in December

Linking with the National Gallery’s exhibition Goya:The Portraits , it has been announced that a new feature-length film celebrating the life and career of Francisco Goya will be released in cinemas on the 1st December. This new film will allow those who love Goya’s work but unable to come to London to see the exhibition in… Read More

Coming soon… David Harrison: Flowers of Evil @Victoria Miro Gallery

The Victoria Miro Gallery has announced that it will be presenting David Harrison’s third solo exhibition at the gallery from the 14th November to the 18th December. Titled Flowers of Evil , the exhibition is filled with a selection of work that presents a highly populated and fully realised universe, where the supernatural pull of the natural… Read More