West End Shows that You Don’t Want to Miss

With Miss Saigon closing in the West End, ahead of going to Broadway here is a few more big productions you don’t want to miss in the West End before they close… 1. Bend it Like Beckham, Phoenix Theatre: closing nearly after a year that it originally opened, this musical based on the hit British film,… Read More

Review Roundup…Il Trittico @Royal Opera House

Can this revival of Puccini’s trio of operas directed by Richard Jones at the Royal Opera House excite critics?  The Guardian: **** Tim Ashley wrote: ” An uneven revival – but the best of it is tremendous and Jaho is unmissable.” The Independent:  **** Michael Church found that: “This is a wonderfully rich operatic repast.” The… Read More

Album Review: Get Weird by Little Mix

As Little Mix prepare to head off on tour, can the album itself ensure that fans will have a great time hearing the songs live?  There is no doubting Little Mix’s ability to deliver great songs that are memorable for all the right reasons and refreshing in the charts, which is in serious need of… Read More

Review Roundup… A Midsummer Night’s Dream @Lyric Hammersmith

After a successful run at the theatre in 2012, the Lyric and Filter’s production is revived – but is it as good as ever?  WhatsOnStage: **** Holly Williams thought that: “It’s gleefully irreverent towards the text, and knock-you-sideways funny.” The Telegraph: **** Jane Shilling wrote: “this production never loses sight of the text as the… Read More

New Israeli Art Exhibition to Celebrate Feminism for International Women’s Day

Running at La Galleria Pall Mall from the 6th-13th March, Woman’s World will feature art from 27 contemporary Israeli artists – many of whom are new to the UK.  This multi-layered exhibition will reflect the conceptual and ideological blueprint of feminism in all its aspects such as strength, softness, pride, creativity, nobility, gender and beauty. Woman’s World is… Read More