NEWS: Cast Confirmed for World Premiere of 27

Cast for the world premiere production of new rock musical 27, directed  by former Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips has been confirmed today.  Running at the Cockpit Theatre from the 8th September, this new musical will include in its cast: Ryan Molloy (Jersey Boys, Godspell), Cassie Compton (Wicked, American Psycho), Greg Oliver (Spring Awakening, The Prodigals)… Read More

Things to See and Do: Monday 1st August 2016

Things might be slightly quieter with people off on their holidays, but if you aren’t so lucky to be going away London has a lot to offer… The Plough and the Stars, National Theatre : this revival of  Sean O’Casey’s play, has officially opened at the Lyttelton Theatre and  received mixed reviews from critics. But this timely revival… Read More

PREVIEW: Adler & Gibb, Unicorn Theatre

Following a successful Royal Court run, Tim Crouch returns to his provocative drama – in a stripped back production.  Written and directed by Tim Crouch, Adler & Gibb questions the ideas of truth and realities in fiction through a story of  a house raid and a raid on someone’s life. In preparation for a film… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast Announced for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s Pride &Prejudice

Full casting has been confirmed for the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre production of Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride & Prejudice, running at the theatre from the 2nd to the 17th September.  Following acclaimed performances in 2013, the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s production of Pride & Prejudice returns to the stage, with a cast… Read More

PREVIEW: Beyond Caravaggio, National Gallery

The National Gallery will be exploring the work of Caravaggio and his influence on the work of his contemporaries and followers in a brand new exhibition opening in October.  Considered to be one of the most revolutionary figures in art, Caravaggio is known for his creation of extraordinary paintings, filled with dramatic lighting and using… Read More

REVIEW: Career of Evil by Robert Galbraith

This latest instalment in the Cormoran Strike series is surprisingly grim and difficult to read in places – but is still a page-turner that keeps you guessing until the very end.  In this writer’s mind this is not a book for the faint hearted or those wanting a light hearted read. Robert Galbraith’s latest novel… Read More