PREVIEW: Tosca, Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House is set to revive Jonathan Kent’s production of Puccini’s Tosca from January 9th to the 5th February 2016.  It is one of the most loved operas to be performed – thanks to its music and its dramatic plot that is filled with love, political instability and revenge. Tosca is based on French… Read More

Review Roundup: Star Wars The Force Awakens

It has been one of the most highly anticipated films of 2015 – but as the reviews start to come in is it worth the wait?  The Guardian: ***** Peter Bradshaw said: “The Force Awakens is ridiculous and melodramatic and sentimental of course, but exciting and brimming with energy and its own kind of generosity.”… Read More

Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare to Perform at Leicester Square Theatre

Bastard Productions will be bringing Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare to London, following sold out runs at the Brighton and Edinburgh Festivals since 2010.  Every night for the seven week run, the company will be performing Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream – with one member of the cast celebrating Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary completely and utterly drunk. Producer and performer… Read More

First Glimpse of Sheila Hancock and Jenna Russell in Grey Gardens

The first images of Sheila Hancock and Jenna Russell in Grey Gardens, arriving at the Southwark Playhouse from the 2nd January 2016 have been released.  Based on the 1975 documentary, Grey Gardens is the story of the rise and fall of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis’s aunt and cousin. The production features music by Scott Frankel and lyrics by… Read More

Review: Sleeping Beauty @New Victoria Theatre

The New Victoria Theatre has gone all out for their 2015 pantomime -filled with all those essential ingredients that makes pantomimes great but with a little more sparkle (and glitter) than usual.  The trick with any pantomime is to get the right balance of humour to suit everybody and with Sleeping Beauty , the New Victoria… Read More

Wilton’s Music Hall Announces 2016 January-April Season

Wilton’s Music Hall, the world’s oldest surviving music hall has announced its 2016 January to April season, that will feature a combination of music, dance and theatre following its four year transformation project. Executive Director at Wiltons, Holly Kendrick said: “After the sell-out success of Roy Hudd’s pantomime this Christmas, we’re very excited for our… Read More