Day: 27 May 2016
Almeida Theatre’s Production of Richard III to be Broadcast Live Around the World
The Almeida Theatre’s upcoming production of Richard III is set to be broadcast in cinemas across the globe on the 21st July. The live broadcast of Richard III will be the first as part of the Almeida Theatre Live programme, in partnership with Picturehouse Entertainment. Artistic Director of the Almeida Theatre Rupert Goold’s production will […]
An Inspector Calls to Return to the West End
Stephen Daldry’s production of JB Priestley’s An Inspector Calls will return to the West End’s Playhouse Theatre from the 4th November it has been confirmed. Marking the 70th anniversary since the play was first staged in the UK, as well as 25th anniversary since it first appeared at the National Theatre, Daldry’s production has won 19 […]
NEWS: London Palladium to Host Eugenius!
The London theatre will present a concert performance of the brand new British musical starring Warwick Davis in June. Taking place at the London Palladium on the 29th June, the concert premiere of the new musical is produced by as well as starring Warwick Davis. Joining him in the show will be a host of […]
Review Round Up… Romeo & Juliet @Garrick Theatre
Starring Lily James and Richard Madden, this is the latest in the Kenneth Branagh Theatre’s season of work at the Garrick Theatre. But does it wow the critics? The Telegraph: *** Dominic Cavendish thought that Lili James: “possesses the right, credible mixture of infatuation and impulsiveness and, later on, dread as she sups the friar’s […]
Disney’s Aladdin is Booking in the West End Until 2017!
Ahead of the Broadway musical’s opening preview at the Prince Edward Theatre this evening, it has been confirmed the musical will staying a bit longer – now booking until the 11th February 2017. After 315 hours of rehearsals and 68 tonnes of scenery hung, hit Broadway musical is getting ready to open in London’s Prince Edward […]
REVIEW: Voyager, New Diorama Theatre
The production itself is extremely imaginative, but not even this can save a play that doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be. Voyager is a literally a play that throws everything into one great mix and hopes for the best – from grief , relationships and of course a space mission to create […]