PREVIEW:I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it On the Road @Jermyn Street Theatre

It has been announced that the Jermyn Street Theatre will present the first UK revival of the Off-Broadway and West End Musical I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it On the Road.  The new production of the musical with music and lyrics by Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford, will be the first time it… Read More

Royal Ballet World Premiere Announced

Wayne McGregor’s latest work for the Royal Ballet Obsidian Tear is part of a new mixed bill, which will also include a revival of Kenneth MacMillan’s The Invitation and Christopher Wheeldon’s Within the Golden Hour.  Obsidian Tear is the first piece to be created for an all male cast for the renowned ballet company. It… Read More

Review Round Up…. My Mother Said I Never Should @St James Theatre

Maureen Lipman and Katie Brayben star in Charlotte Keatley’s play about the relationships between mothers and daughters opened at St James Theatre last night – but what has the reaction been?  The Guardian: ***Michael Billington thought that: “in Paul Robinson’s impeccable revival, it strikes me as warm, witty and well structured, but also wordy.” The… Read More

Tate Announces Highlights for 2017 Exhibition Programme

Tate has today (19th April) announced some of the highlights from its 2017 exhibition programme, which will feature retrospectives of artists such as David Hockney, Wolfgang Tillmans and Rachel Whiteread.  In the spring of 2017, Tate Britain will celebrate the career of David Hockney in a major new retrospective running at the gallery from the 9th… Read More

PREVIEW: The Cloud-Capped Towers @Sir John Soane’s Museum

This new exhibition to coincide with the 400th Anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death will look at the influence of the playwright on the life and work of sir John Soane.  Opening on the 21st April, the exhibition will focus on Soane’s extensive Shakespeare collection – such as his ownership of the first four Folios of Shakespeare’s… Read More

Review Round Up… Guys & Dolls @Phoenix Theatre

The Chichester Festival Theatre production has moved homes in London as well as some changes in the cast – but is it still worth a visit?  Evening Standard:***** Fiona Mountford wrote: “Gordon Greenberg’s delicious production of Frank Loesser’s classy classic once again boasts chemistry in all the right places.” West End Whingers: “Gordon Greenberg‘s production… Read More

Review: Brooklyn by Colm Tóibín

Having been made into a very successful Oscar nominated and BAFTA winning film, Colm Tóibín’s book is an endearing and a wonderful story.  Having won the Costa Novel Award, Brooklyn tells the story of Eilis who leaves Ireland to start a new future for herself in New York as so many Irish girls had to do… Read More