King Charles III Opens on Broadway to Critical Acclaim

Mike Bartlett’s King Charles III has opened on Broadway to enthusiastic praise from critics, with the New York Times calling it “a work that takes all manner of audacious license, poetic and otherwise… Mr. Bartlett sails with bravado over every high hurdle he sets up.” Directed by Rupert Goold, the show enjoyed huge success in London last… Read More

Turner-Prize Winning Artist Creates Sound Installation to Mark WWI Centenary

Turner prize winner Susan Philipsz will unveil her most ambitious work that has been specially commissioned by 14-18 NOW  to mark the centenary of the the First World War. It will be on display in Duveen Galleries at Tate Britain from the 21st November to the 3rd April 2016. Titled War Damaged Musical, the installation uses recordings of ‘”The… Read More

Victoria and Albert Museum Reopens Toshiba Gallery of Japanese Art

The Victoria and Albert Museum have unveiled the results of the two year project refurbishing the Toshiba Gallery of Japanese Art, showcasing a wide variety of Japanese art from across the ages which will officially reopen to the public on the 4th November. From the second that visitors step into the light and spacious gallery,… Read More

London International Mime Festival Performers Announced

Directed by Helen Lannaghan and Joseph Seelig, the London International Mime Festival returns to the capital from Saturday the 9th January to Saturday the 6th February 2016 and the full line up has been announced. This unique event features a wide range of theatrical performances from artists all across the world and showing in some… Read More