PREVIEW: Sarah Lucas: Power in Woman @Sir John Soane’s Museum

Running at the museum from the 10th March to the 21st May, the exhibition will feature sculptures created by British artist Sarah Lucas.  All of the sculptures on display will be shown in the North Drawing Room, each depicting a female figure in cast plaster. The works were originally seen as part of Lucas’s commission… Read More

Review Roundup: Mrs Henderson Presents @Noel Coward Theatre

Based on the 2005 film of the same name and starring Tracie Bennett can Terry Johnson’s production put a smile on audience’s faces?  The Stage: **** Mark Shenton wrote that: “there’s nothing salacious about it. In fact there’s something sweetly innocent about it; I’m happy to report that this show is no bomb, but scores a… Read More

PREVIEW: Boris Godunov, Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House is preparing to set the stage for a brand new production of Modest Musorgsky’s Boris Godunov , performing at the venue from the 14th March.  The production will be directed by Richard Jones and presented in its original 1869 version. It will star Welsh bass-baritone Bryn Terfel in the title role, conducted… Read More

REVIEW: Priscilla Queen of the Desert, New Victoria Theatre

This fun-filled musical is filled with plenty of heart and great music – despite lacking in a solid plot.  There is no denying the fondness and enthusiasm that audiences have for this classic tale of trying to be accepted by people. But as entertaining as it is, it feels as though it is lacking emotion… Read More