The End of Longing Becomes Playhouse Theatre’s Most Successful Play

The End of Longing, written and starring Matthew Perry has become the Playhouse Theatre’s most successful play to run at the theatre it has been confirmed.  As it approaches the end of its run on the 14th May, the production directed by Lindsay Posner has had over two million sales, with more than 62,000 tickets… Read More

Review Round Up: Bad Neighbours 2

Seth Rogen and Zac Efron return for the sequel – but can it prove to be as successful and a worthy one?  The Telegraph: ** Tim Robey found that: “Like most comedy sequels, it’s also content to dig out the same old punchbowl and dilute the dregs.” The Guardian: **Peter Bradshaw wrote: “This pretty routine… Read More

Black Theatre Live Announce Hamlet as Next Show

Currently touring with The Diary of a Hounslow Girl, Black Theatre Live has announced that it will be touring with the UK’s first all-black Hamlet from September 2016.  This new production of Shakespeare’s tragedy will be directed by Jeffrey Kissoon, who has worked for the RSC and the National Theatre in the past. Award-winning playwright… Read More

REVIEW: Frankenstein, Royal Opera House

This new full length ballet from Liam Scarlett has a more romantic element to it in comparison to Mary Shelley’s original tale – but is exquisitely danced by the Royal Ballet.  How to reinterpret Mary Shelly’s gothic story in a refreshing way is a challenge that anyone attempting to bring it to life has to… Read More