The Adrian Pagan Award Returns for Third Year

The King’s Head Theatre pub’s annual award is looking for directors, producers and creative teams to pitch plays that capture the world at a particular time in history in a thought-provoking and entertaining way.  Outside of these terms, those who put themselves forward for the award have free creative control, whether it is new writing,… Read More

Review Roundup… Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones @Saatchi Gallery

The eagerly anticipated exhibition is finally in London and open to the public – but what have the critics made of it?  The Guardian: ****Michael Hann found that: “fans will be thrilled by the chance to see clothes and objects at first hand that they’ve seen a million times in videos and films.” The Independent:****… Read More

Casting Announced for Lawrence After Arabia

Hampstead Theatre has announced casting for the world premiere of Howard Benton’s Lawrence After Arabia, running at the Hampstead Theatre from the 28th April until 4th June.  Directed by John Dove and commissioned to mark the centenary of the start of the Arab revolt, this new play by Howard Benton looks at what happened to… Read More

REVIEW: The Dressmaker

Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth star in Jocelyn Moorhouse’s film adapted from Rosalie Ham’s novel – but is it worth a watch?  Returning to the small town that she left in disgrace years ago, Myrtle ‘Tilly’ Dunnage sets out for revenge on those who did her wrong – armed with a sewing machine. An adaptation of… Read More

1984 Returns to West End for 12 Week Run

The hit production 1984 will make its return to the West End and the Playhouse Theatre from the 14th June for a limited run.  Following a hugely popular international tour, the Headlong, Nottingham Playhouse and Almeida Theatre production will return to the Playhouse Theatre from the 14th June until the 3rd September 2016. Since premiering at the… Read More

Review Roundup…Sunset Boulevard @London Coliseum

This semi-staged production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical sees Glenn Close making her West End debut. But is it a successful revival?  The Guardian: **** Michael Billington wrote: “this semi-staged version seems closer to the Wilder film noir and boasts a breathtaking performance from Glenn Close.” A Younger Theatre: Samuel Sims commented: “This isn’t just… Read More

Junkyard Golf Club to Pop Up in London

The popular Manchester attraction arrives at The Old Truman Brewery for three months from the 12th May.  Fancy an evening filled with music, food and crazy golf? Then you will need to visit the latest pop up attraction to hit the Old Truman Brewery, coming down from Manchester for a limited time. This is the… Read More