PREVIEW: Niki de Saint Phalle: Je Suis Une Vache Suisse @Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art

The Omer Tiroche Contemporary Art gallery in Mayfair will bring together  many works by Niki de Saint Phalle that have not previously been seen in a public exhibition. Curated by Helen Pheby of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, this significant display of the artist’s work provides an opportunity to get a significant insight into the work… Read More

Coming Soon… Foil Arms & Hog @Udderbelly, Southbank

The Irish trio round up their UK tour titled Foil, Arms & Hog: Skiddlywup with two more London dates on the 16th June and the 8th July at the Udderbelly Festival along the Southbank.  Having reached over four million hits on YouTube, the trio are a firm favourite at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and are about… Read More

Review Round Up… The Deep Blue Sea, National Theatre

Terence Rattigan’s heartbreaking drama reunites director Carrie Cracknell and Helen McCrory – but is the quality of the production worthy of the collaboration?  The Guardian: **** Michael Billington summed up the production calling it: “an impassioned production by Carrie Cracknell that illuminates Rattigan’s psychological understanding and boasts a shining performance from Helen McCrory.” The Telegraph:… Read More

Images Released for Buckland Theatre Company’s Some Girl(s)

The Buckland Theatre company have released publicity images of their latest show Some Girl(s), which runs at the Park Theatre from the 14th July until the 6th August.  Directed by Gary Condes, Neil LaBute’s play is a dark comedy which looks at the modern day relationships between people. Guy is desperate to clear his conscience… Read More

Review Round Up…. A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Southwark Playhouse

This seven actor production of Shakespeare’s play presented by Go People and Glass Half Full has taken residence at the Southwark Playhouse – but is it worth a watch?  The Telegraph: ** Claire Allfree found that: “This production is always about the actors who are staging it, and never at all about the play.” Evening Standard:… Read More