Review: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

Mischief Theatre have created a show that is very different from the last two productions that they have produced, taking a very different brand of comedy and once again making it their own, using their own unique and brilliant style. Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields, the show follows a group of… Read More

Arion Productions Ltd Launch New Series of Master Classes

Arion Productions Ltd have launched a new series of masterclasses at the Diorama Arts Studios to provide ‘one day only’ training in much-sought-after specialist fields with some of the country’s finest theatre, film, television and radio professionals.  The masterclasses will include: two time Olivier Award winner Jenny Galloway (Acting Through Song Masterclass); multi-award winning producer… Read More

National Youth Theatre Launches 60th Anniversary Season

The National Youth Theatre have today launched their 2016 season of work which will include five new commissions, two West End premieres as well as other projects to mark the occasion.  Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the National Youth Theatre, Paul Roseby, has confirmed the company’s 60th anniversary season of work and projects that… Read More

Review Round Up…Funny Girl @Savoy Theatre

The acclaimed production officially opened at the Savoy Theatre last night – but does it sparkle as much in its new home?    WhatsOnStage: **** Daisy Bowie-Sell said: “Michael Mayer’s production is whip-crackingly tight.” The Telegraph: ****Jane Shilling commented that: “Mayer’s production amply supplies in verve and sheer spectacle, with admirably crisp musical direction by… Read More

Mamma Mia! Extends to March 2017

The hit musical, featuring the music of Abba, has announced that it will be extending its run at the Novello Theatre in London until the 4th March 2017.  It has also been confirmed that Linzi Hateley will return to the show to play the role of Donna Sheridan again – a role that she has played… Read More

REVIEW: One With You, Sylvia Day

This final book in the Crossfire series is a fitting end – but was it strictly necessary?  Sylvia Day’s Crossfire series has proved immensely popular with readers all over the world but now its time to say goodbye to Eva and Gideon in this final instalment – which is just as eventful as the first.… Read More

Review Round Up…Sicily: Culture and Conquest @British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition looks at the ancient history of this Italian island…  The Guardian: **** Jonathan Jones described it as: “The British Museum’s latest stimulating survey of world history.” The Upcoming: **** Anna Souter wrote that: “The exhibition gives a compelling insight into the little-known but exciting early history of the island through… Read More

Chelsea Fringe Programme Announced

Returning for a fifth edition, the Chelsea Fringe (the alternative garden festival) has announced what to expect from this year’s festival, running from the 21st May to the 12th June. This unique festival will bring together a wide range of events covering art, design, poetry, music, science and food with a horticultural focus for thee weeks,… Read More