Shows Waving Goodbye to…

With every show that opens in London there’s another one preparing for its final performance. Here’s your last minute warning for some productions nearing the end of their runs…  Boy, Almeida Theatre: Leo Butler’s latest play received positive reviews from critics when it opened last month. But now it is reaching the end of it’s run… Read More

London to Host The Art Conference

Taking place in July, Bermondsey’s The Ugly Duck, a three-storey 19th century warehouse will play host to film screenings, panel discussions, exhibitions, digital art installations and an outdoor food court. Running on the 23rd to the 24th July, The Art Conference will bring together a programme of international keynote speakers from the worlds of technology, art and… Read More

First Impressions of Finding Dory

Finding Nemo was all about reuniting a lost fish with his father, now the film’s best love characters gets a film of her own in Finding Dory.  As charming as Finding Nemo was and still is, it is possible that Finding Dory will be even more heart wrenching. The reason? Well Dory is trying to… Read More

Sean Foley to Direct Two New West End Productions

It’s been confirmed that Sean Foley, who most recently directed The Painkiller as part of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company season at the Garrick, will direct two new productions in the West End.  The Dresser, Duke of York’s Theatre (5th October – 14th January 2017): the first production will be a revival of Ronald Harwood’s play,… Read More

REVIEW: The Merchants of Bollywood, Peacock Theatre

The Merchants of Bollywood is a vibrant, energetic production that reflects the popularity of Bollywood films perfectly.  Visually spectacular, The Merchants of Bollywood is a true celebration of Bollywood and there is a sense of real pride in this industry and how it has developed and changed over the years. As well as the wonderful… Read More