Review Round Up: Sideways @St James Theatre

Rex Pickett’s stage adaptation from his beloved novel, directed by David Grindley officially opened at St James Theatre last night. Here is some of what is being said about the show so far:  The Arts Desk: “a fun, fruity evening lacking that counterbalancing acidity.” Londonist: *** Johnny Fox wrote: “it turns out that watching people… Read More

Review Round Up: Bhupen Khakhar: You Can’t Please All @Tate Modern

Open to the public from today (1st June), Tate Modern looks at the influence of Bhupen Khakhar as a key figure in modern Indian art. But what have critics been saying about the exhibition?  The Telegraph: Mark Hudson wrote: “It draws you in not only through the sheer liveliness of the work, but because Khakhar’s… Read More

REVIEW: Heartbeat, New Victoria Theatre

The hit ITV show arrives on the stage for a short UK tour – but can it prove as popular in the theatre as it is on screen?  There is always a huge pressure on producers when recreating a beloved television programme or film for the stage and it is very evident that Heartbeat really… Read More