PREVIEW:The Book Club, King’s Head Theatre

Amanda Muggleton to premiere her one-woman show at the King’s Head Theatre from the 11th October to the 5th November.  The Book Club follows a woman at the crossroads of her life. Deb just can’t help but feel that something is missing in her life. her kids have left home and her husband is obsessed… Read More

The Play That Goes Wrong Extends Run at Duchess Theatre

The Olivier Award winning comedy will now be booking at the Duchess Theatre until the 10th September 2017 it has been confirmed.  This smash-hit production from Mischief Theatre, whose other productions include The Comedy About a Bank Robbery and Peter Pan Goes Wrong has previously enjoyed a run at the Trafalgar Studios, UK tour and… Read More

PREVIEW: Cirque Eloize: iD, Peacock Theatre

Canadian contemporary circus company Cirque Eloize returns to London with iD, a show which will combine circus, hip hop and street dance, running at the Peacock Theatre from the 20th September until the 8th October.  The show is directed by Jeannot Painchaud, mixing circus arts and acrobatic skills in a family friendly production, which will transport… Read More

Review Round Up: The Bride by Bat for Lashes

Back with a fourth album, can Bat for Lashes impress critics with this latest offering or is it a weaker record in comparison to previous releases?  Pitchfork.com: ” The Bride is further proof that Khan, unlike almost all of her contemporaries, understands how to wade into mystical realms and emerge with big, beguiling pop.” The Guardian: ***… Read More

PREVIEW: Marilyn & Sinatra, Jermyn Street Theatre

While they were known better individually as Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra, this play written and directed by Sandro Monetti explores their relationship from the 50’s until her tragic death.  Running at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 15th to the 21st August, Marilyn & Sinatra tells the story of the relationship between the two icons,… Read More