Review Round Up: Wild, Hampstead Theatre

Mike Bartlett’s new play has officially opened at the Hampstead Theatre, what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: ****Michael Billington wrote: “Even if the play is not perfect, it is excellently directed by James Macdonald and acted with great finesse.” WhatsOnStage: **** Holly Williams found that: “Wild becomes a wild ride indeed: one… Read More

PREVIEW: Footloose: The Musical, New Victoria Theatre

Based on the classic 1984 film, Footloose: the Musical  will arrive at the New Victoria Theatre from the 18th to the 23rd July.  Footloose: The Musical follows the story of Ren who has had to move to a rural backwater town in America where dancing is banned. But soon all hell breaks loose as Ren encourages… Read More

Lyric Hammersmith to Present Shopping and F*cking

The Lyric Hammersmith will present a new production of Mark Ravenhill’s Shopping and F*cking, on the 20th anniversary since the play premiered at the Royal Court Theatre.  The theatre has confirmed a new production of Mark Ravenhill’s Shopping and F*cking directed by Sean Holmes, which will complete the Lyric Hammersmith’s Autumn season from the 7th… Read More

Review Round Up…Painters’ Paintings: From Freud to Van Dyck, National Gallery

The National Gallery’s new exhibition looks at some extraordinary paintings through the artists who collected the paintings. But does the exhibition win over the critics?  The Guardian:**** Jonathan Jones described the exhibition as: “a refreshingly grown up show.” The Telegraph: ****Mark Hudson wrote: “The show is a wonderful demonstration of the fact that in the… Read More

NEWS: La Soiree to Return to London

The smash hit show will return to London in November and it will run in the Spiegeltent based in Leicester Square from the 11th November until the 8th January 2017.  Featuring a line up of world-class acts from around the world, La Soiree invites audiences back into its unique world. This is the seventh season that… Read More

REVIEW: Up For Love

This charming and grown up French romantic comedy has plenty to offer audiences and a strong message at its heart.  Directed by Laurent Tirard, this is a straight-talking and no messing around film which confronts the audience on how we treat and judge others who are different. The film begins with Diane (Virginie Efira) receiving… Read More