Thriller Live Marks 3,000th Performance in West End

Having opened at the Lyric Theatre in the heart of the West End in January 2009, Thriller Live has reached a new landmark of 3,000 performances.  The cast of Thriller Live celebrated the monumental landmark last night with a spectacular  three tier cake with Michael Jackson on top  and American themed party, which took place… Read More

Just Announced: This is Living to Open at the Trafalgar Studios

Following a critically acclaimed production in Edinburgh in 2014, Liam Borrett’s debut play arrives at London’s Trafalgar Studios from the 17th May to the 11th June.  This is Living is a poignant story of what it really means to say goodbye. Alice and Michael met six years ago, three years ago their daughter Lily was… Read More

Review Roundup…If You Kiss Me Kiss Me @Young Vic Theatre

Jane Horrocks stars in this part gig and part dance piece that features music by The Smiths and The Human League. But is it worth making a song and dance out of?  The Guardian: *** Lyn Gardner found that: “Break down its individual parts and this is a technically impressive, slick hour, but it springs… Read More

PREVIEW: Goodnight Mister Tom, New Victoria Theatre

Having completed another successful run in the West End, Michelle Magorian’s classic novel set in World War II arrives in Woking next month.  Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Goodnight Mister Tom follows young William Beech as he is evacuated to the countryside, forging a heart-warming friendship with the man who takes him in Tom Oakley. As well… Read More

REVIEW: Clangers,Bagpuss & Co, V&A Museum of Childhood

This latest display at the V&A’s Museum of Childhood takes a nostalgic look at some of the quirkiest children’s television programmes created by Oliver Postgate and Peter Firmin.  Taking visitors on a brief but charming journey through some of the most beloved characters created for television such as Bagpuss and the Clangers, the display features… Read More