New Adventures Announces World Premiere of The Red Shoes

Leading dancing company New Adventures have today announced the world premiere of Matthew Bourne’s production of The Red Shoes – based on the hit film.  This world premiere production will open at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on the 21st November, with an eight week Christmas season at Sadler’s Wells from the 6th December 2016 to… Read More

Review: Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones Exhibition, Saatchi Gallery

This eagerly awaited exhibition dedicated to the career of The Rolling Stones has plenty to thrill and delight fans of all ages…  So The Rolling Stones have taken over the Saatchi Gallery in this extraordinary exhibition that allows visitors to almost literally step into the shoes of one of the biggest bands in Britain. With… Read More

Last Chance to See…

You need to be very quick if you are planning on seeing any of these shows – which are closing very soon.. 1. NotMoses, Arts Theatre: 9th April – this world premiere production written and directed by Gary Sinyor, received mixed opinions when it opened. But if you loved ‘Life of Brian’ then there is a… Read More

Review Roundup… The Huntsman: Winter’s War

Chris Hemsworth returns as the Huntsman, in this sequel to Snow White and the Huntsman – but does it hit the spot with critics?  The Guardian: * Peter Bradshaw was unimpressed writing: “It really is a nuclear war of dullness.” Guy Lodge described the film as: “rhythmically flat, seemingly committee-helmed franchise outing that never… Read More

First Annual Frontera Festival Announced

London will be filled with Latin American spirit this May as Chile’s largest music festival prepares to take over the city for the very first time.      Taking place at Studio 338 in Greenwich on the 28th May, the festival will showcase some of Latin America’s biggest stars along with local artists to celebrate… Read More

REVIEW: Dutch Flowers, National Gallery

The National Gallery celebrates spring with a display of paintings to explore the evolution of Dutch flower painting over the course of two centuries.  Through displaying twenty-two works by Netherlandish artists such as Jan Brueghel the Elder, the National Gallery reveals how at the turn of the 17th century artists were turning towards paintings that… Read More