Cast Announced for Miss Atomic Bomb

It has been announced that theatre and television star Catherine Tate and forthcoming star of Aladdin: The Musical Dean John-Wilson will lead the cast in Miss Atomic Bomb at St James Theatre from the 7th March.  Miss Atomic Bomb is a musical comedy, inspired by the bomb tests and beauty pageants of the era, co-directed by… Read More

Jean Cocteau’s Classic The Human Voice Announced at Tabard Theatre

Written in 1930, this one woman monologue explores love, loss and life shattering moments and arrives at the Tabard Theatre from the 2nd February.  Directed by Alex Sutton, the story follows a lonely and middle-aged woman who is on-stage when her phone rings. One the other end of the line is her former lover of… Read More

Album Review: Hidden Voices by Aruán Oritz

This subtle album is filled with personality that each track won’t fail to charm the listener in its own individual way.  The New York pianist delivers on quality music as well as perfect performances from all three musicians on this subtle but playful album. From beginning to end, the album has a wide variety of… Read More

News: Daniel Mays & George Mackay to Star in The Caretaker

Daniel Mays and George Mackay to star alongside Timothy Spall in The Caretaker, which opens for previews at the Old Vic Theatre from the 26th March it has been announced.  Directed by the Old Vic’s Artistic Director Matthew Warchus, the play by Harold Pinter originally premiered in 1960 it managed to change the face of… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Right Now at Bush Theatre

The cast for Catherine-Anne Toupin’s Right Now at the Bush Theatre has been announced as rehearsals for the production begin.  Directed by former Royal Shakespeare Company Artistic Director Michael Boyd, the play looks at one woman’s crisis and her darkest desires, walking a fine line between laughter and trauma that has the ability to thrill… Read More

Things to See and Do in London: Tuesday 19th January 2016

As we get into the swing of 2016, here’s a few ideas of the best things to see and do in London this week:  1. Guys & Dolls, Savoy Theatre: this light and bubbly musical has plenty of heart and soul to keep your feet tapping along from beginning to end. Newly transferred from the Chichester… Read More