London Premiere Announced for Twist of Lemmon

US actor and composer Chris Lemmon is premiere his autobiographical play Twist of Lemmon  at St James Studio from June it has been announced.  Celebrating the life of his father, the memorable Jack Lemmon, Chris Lemmon becomes his father and friends in a piece that shares stories and music that brought them together when it seemed… Read More

West End Poster Revealed for 20th Anniversary Production of bug

The production starring James Norton and Kate Fleetwood will open at the pop up theatre Found 111 from the 24th March to the 7th May.  A new poster has been revealed for a new production of  Bug by Tracy Letts, which returns to London twenty years after it originally premiered in the capital. This new… Read More

PREVIEW: The Importance of Being Earnest, Royal Opera/Barbican Theatre

Oscar Wilde’s classic play is transformed into an opera, thanks to an adaptation by Gerald Barry directed by Ramin Gray.  The production arrives in London for the second time, following a successful run at the Linbury Studio Theatre, with performances this time taking place at the Barbican Theatre. Gerald Barry’s adaptation originally received its European… Read More

Review Roundup…Performing For the Camera @Tate Modern

This latest exhibition to open at Tate Modern, concentrates on how photography is used to capture performance – but is it as effective as its subject matter?  Love London Love Culture: ” Deeply fascinating and engaging.” The Guardian: **** Adrian Searle wrote: “There is a great deal of humour and inadvertently stupid self-aggrandisement in Performing for… Read More

Casting Announced for Emma Rice’s Inaugural Season at Shakespeare’s Globe

The Shakespeare’s Globe has announced casting for Emma Rice’s first season as Artistic Director at the theatre. Here is a full list of details of the cast for A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth.  A Midsummer Night’s Dream: 30th April – 11th September – opening the Shakespeare’s Globe new  season will be a new production of… Read More

Review Roundup: Bad Jews @ Theatre Royal Haymarket

The hit show returns to London due to popular demand – but does it still have the same effect as it did when it originally appeared at the Theatre Royal Bath in 2014?  The Upcoming: **** Melissa Hoban wrote: “Bad Jews explodes onto the stage at Theatre Royal Haymarket fuelled by what must have been… Read More

PREVIEW: Brute @Soho Theatre

After a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe festival last year, Izzy Tennyson’s Brute arrives in London from the 15th to the 19th March.  Izzy Tennyson’s play is based on the brutal true story of a twisted and horrible schoolgirl  Izzy Tennyson’s play is based on the true story of a twisted and horrible school… Read More