Review Round Up…In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel @Charing Cross Theatre

This revival of Tennessee Williams’ play is directed by Robert Chevara and stars Linda Marlowe – but what have critics thought of it so far?  Broadway World.com : Gary Naylor wrote: “There’s always an audience for the kind of misery attendant on people grown apart, and there’s an acidity to the language and nuance in the… Read More

Cast Announced for Devilish!

The production, heading to the Landor Theatre from the 4th May, will be led by Alex Green it has been announced.  When Angel, a cute male angel crash-lands in metropolitan London in 2016, he is embraced by mercenary forces…. He wants to become human. Instead he becomes a novelty ‘Freak Idol’ on TV, lusted after… Read More

PREVIEW: We Wait in Joyful Hope @Theatre503

Theatre503 will present a production of Brian Mullin’s We Wait in Joyful Hope, running at the venue from the 17th May until the 11th June.  Brian Mullin’s debut drama is portrait of modern feminism, friendship and one woman who wants to take on the world. Sister Bernie D’Amato is a force to be reckoned with.… Read More

New Cast Members Join In The Heights

New cast members have joined the Olivier Award winning musical In the Heights, taking part in their first performance last night.  Joining the cast are Christine Allado (From Here to Eternity, Here Lies Love) as Vanessa, Norma Atallah (The Sound of Music – Live) as Abuela and Jonathan Bishop (The Lion King) as Graffiti Pete (from… Read More

REVIEW: Pride & Prejudice and Zombies by Seth Grahame-Smith

Jane Austen’s classic novel is given an unusual and gory twist, curtesy of Seth Grahame-Smith – but it doesn’t quite work…  Having recently been transformed into a film, it was finally time to get round to reading the book it was based on. Using Jane Austen’s story as the backbone, this horror story sees the… Read More

Review Round Up…Conceptual Art in Britain @Tate Britain

The new exhibition which opens at the Tate Britain today (12th April) focuses on the 1960’s and how artists began to abandon traditional approaches to change the way we think about art today. But what have critics been making of this exhibition?  The Telegraph:***Mark Hudson wrote: “This exhibition makes valiant efforts to render this intellectually… Read More

News: National Portrait Gallery to Stage Major Picasso Exhibition

The London gallery made the announcement at a press conference yesterday, focusing on the portraits created by Pablo Picasso.  This new exhibition devoted to the artist’s portraits is the first major display of these works for twenty years and will run at the gallery from the 6th October until the 5th February 2017. Picasso Portraits,… Read More