Old Vic Theatre Announces New 2016/2017 Season

Matthew Warchus, Artistic Director of the Old Vic Theatre has today revealed details of his second season at the London venue.  The first new production that audiences can look forward to in the new season is a production of Samuel Beckett’s No Knife  (29th September- 15th October), starring Lisa Dwan. It will then be followed… Read More

Award Winning Musical The Secret Garden to Return to the West End

Based on the 1911 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the Tony Award winning musical The Secret Garden will run for six weeks at the Ambassadors Theatre it has been announced.  Featuring a script and lyrics by Marsha Norman and music by Grammy award-winner Lucy Simon, The Secret Garden makes a return to London over the summer season.… Read More

Review Round Up: Mona Hatoum @Tate Modern

Tate Modern is currently hosting the first UK survey of the work of Mona Hatoum, which opens to the public today. But what are critics making of it?  The Guardian: *** Adrian Searle found that: “Electrified, but not always electrifying, this survey of Hatoum’s art takes us from from early drawings and documentation of performances… Read More

Final Weeks to See Mrs Henderson Presents

The strictly limited season for Mrs Henderson Presents will complete its run at the Noel Coward Theatre on the 18th June it has been confirmed.  Time is most definitely running out if you are planning on going to see Mrs Henderson Presents, as it enters its final six weeks in the West End. Based on the… Read More

Further Casting Announced for The Spoils

Further casting has been confirmed for Scott Elliott’s production of Jesse Eisenberg’s play The Spoils.  It was announced yesterday that star of the hit television series Game of Thrones, Alfie Allen will join the previously confirmed Jesse Eisenberg and Kunal Nayyar, in Scott Elliott’s production of The Spoils. Katie Brayben (Beautiful: the Carole King Musical)… Read More

REVIEW: Thriller Live, New Victoria Theatre

Jammed packed with Michael Jackson hits, this is a show in which you are expected to enjoy the singing and dancing – but not to learn anything about the man himself.  Opening with ‘History’ and closing with ‘Can You Feel it’, the first act takes audience’s through Jackson’s early years with a few references to… Read More