Vicki Michelle to Star in Hello Norma Jeane at Park Theatre

The ‘Allo ‘Allo actress is to make her Park Theatre debut in Hello Norma Jean by Dylan Costello when it arrives at the theatre from the 23rd February.  Directed by Matthew Gould and produced by Giant Cherry Productions, this latest production follows the company’s sell-out success of The Glass Protege at the Park Theatre last year.… Read More

Corinthia Hotel Release More Tickets For Found & Lost

The hotel in London has today announced that it will be releasing more tickets for the world premiere of Emily Hall’s brand new promenade opera.  Titled Found & Lost , this latest Artist in Residence at the hotel will see audiences embarking on a sonic experience around the establishment and so far tickets are proving popular… Read More

Coming Soon on DVD… Navy SEALS Vs Zombies

Ever wondered what would happen if America’s bravest warriors came up against something that was completely uncontrollable – wonder no more in this action packed film Navy SEALS Vs Zombies… Arriving on DVD on the 15th February, the film sees Michael Dudikoff star as Commander Sheer, the leader of a team of Navy SEALS charged with… Read More

Review Round up… Adore Life by Savages

Three years on, Savages are back with the follow up album to their debut ‘Silence Yourself’ – but have they impressed critics or has the album left them feeling cold?  The Guardian: **** Alexis Petridis wrote: “Adore Life feels looser and slightly more relaxed than its predecessor.” Mojo: **** Keith Cameron commented: “Savages’ passion now… Read More

PREVIEW: Bartabas Golgota @Sadler’s Wells

This unique show which combines equestrian theatre with art, music and dance arrives at Sadler’s Wells for its UK premiere in March. Watch a clip of what to expect here:  Acclaimed French artist Bartabas makes a return to the Sadler’s Wells stage, along with contemporary flamenco dancer Andrés Marín in a show that is inspired by sacred… Read More

Now on at… The British Museum: Light, Time Legacy

This latest free display at the British Museum focuses on Francis Towne’s watercolours of Rome in the 18th century.  Many of the watercolours that are on display at the British Museum by the British artist have not been seen together since 1805, making this a rare opportunity to see them side-by-side. This group of pictures… Read More

Album Review: People & Places by Clemens Pötzsch

This debut album from the pianist is filled with exquisite performances, but the overall vibe feels a bit tentative and neutral.  With a light and delicate touch, Clemens Christian Potzsch has created in all senses of the word a beautiful and elegant album that flows with ease. Compositions such as ‘See’ and ‘Eyes’ are filled… Read More