St James Theatre Announces Spring 2016 Season

As St James Theatre prepares to head into its fourth year, the theatre announced today its Spring Season for 2016, which includes the UK premiere of The Pianist of Willesden Lane  and the world premiere of new musical Miss Atomic Bomb. Talking about the new season at the theatre, Creative Director of St James Theatre, James… Read More

Review Round up for… Spectre

There is no doubting the fact that this has been one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year so far. Very little about this latest James Bond outing has been given away – even if you have watched the clever trailer released a few months ago. But now fans don’t have to wait… Read More

Rehearsal Images Released For The Winter’s Tale and Harlequinade

Rehearsal images for the first productions in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s season at the Garrick Theatre have been released today as The Winter’s Tale and Harlequinade opens for previews. The Winter’s Tale will play in repertory alongside Harlequinade/AllOn Her Own at the Garrick Theatre until the 16th January 2016. The Winter’s Tale is Shakespeare’s… Read More

New Production of Footloose: The Musical to Head on UK Tour

It has been announced that hit musical Footloose will be heading off on a brand new UK tour in 2016, produced by Sell A Door Theatre Company and Runaway Entertainment. Based on the 1984 hit film starring Kevin Bacon, Footloose tells the story of city boy Ren who has moved to a rural town in… Read More

Coming soon to the Royal Opera House… Morgen Und Abend

The Royal Opera House is preparing to present the world premiere of Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Haas’s new opera Morgen Und Abend in the main house from the 13th to the 28th November. Directed by Graham Vick, the production is a co-commission and co-production between The Royal Opera and Deutsche Oper Berlin . This new opera… Read More

PREVIEW: Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture @Tate Modern

From the 11th November to the 3rd April 2016, Tate Britain will be exploring the work of Alexander Calder in a new exhibition that reveals how motion and performance were important in the way in which he worked. Born in Philadelphia as a son and grandson of sculptors, Alexander Calder studied engineering and worked at… Read More