PREVIEW: Titanic @Charing Cross Theatre

The first production in Thom Southerland’s first season as Artistic Director at the Charing Cross Theatre, returns to London for the first time since its critically acclaimed run at the Southwark Playhouse.  Peter When the London premiere of the Broadway musical Titanic took place at the Southwark Playhouse in 2013, it quickly became popular with critics… Read More

Review Roundup: Kung Fu Panda 3

Jack Black and co are back for this latest film involving the loveable panda – but does it win over the critics?  The Guardian: *** Alex Needham wrote: “this is a visually sumptuous kids’ film that will also charm adults.” Den of Geek: Rob Leane thought that: “Thus, while Kung Fu Panda could be funnier,… Read More

PREVIEW: On The Edge of Me @Soho Theatre

Yolanda Mercy’s Rich Mix Small Story Big City Emerging Artist Programme Award 2015 winning play is performing at the Soho Theatre as part of the Soho Rising Festival.  Written and performed by Yolanda Mercy, the piece follows Remi, a recent graduate whoo discovers what it means to live in the 21st century. This one woman play… Read More

Things to See and Do in London: Friday 11th March

Here’s a list of the best things to see and do in London this week… Motown The Musical, Shaftesbury Theatre: it may have received mixed reviews from critics, but if you love a bit of Motown music with a bit of history thrown in then this will be the show that you will want to… Read More

PREVIEW: The Champ: My Year with Muhammad Ali @Proud Camden

The Proud Camden will present The Champ: My Year with Muhammad Ali , a new display of photographs by Michael Gaffney, presenting Ali as a fighter, the friend and father.  Running alongside the newly opened O2 tribute exhibition I am the Greatest, this new exhibition will reveal rare and never seen before photographs of the… Read More

REVIEW: Land of Our Fathers, Found 111

This gripping and moving play by Chris Urch is filled with anger, secrets and how to cope in a life or death situation.  Stepping into the unique venue of Found111, the audience is automatically transferred into the gloomy depths of a Welsh mine, the place where secrets and confrontations are made during the production. The… Read More