AK47 Ends Feud with Banksy With Return of Statue

After over a decade, Banksy’s sculpture ‘The Drinker’ was removed from the streets of London the group responsible have returned it to the same spot – as a festive gift to Banksy.  AK47, the leader of a group of underground ‘arto-political humourists’ have given the statue back to the people and to Banksy – with… Read More

PREVIEW: La Traviata, Royal Opera House

Richard Eyre’s production of Verdi’s classic and most romantic opera La Traviata will return to the Royal Opera House from the 16th January to the 19th March 2016.  This is the 13th time that Eyre’s production has been revived since its premiere in 1994. Based on Alexandre Dumas fils play and novel La Dame aux camélias, which was in… Read More

Review: The Tinderbox, Charing Cross Theatre

This charming show based on the story by Hans Christian Anderson is a great introduction to theatre for your little ones.  If you want to take your children to a festive show but are perhaps reluctant to sit through a pantomime then get yourself to the Charing Cross theatre, where they are currently showing The… Read More