NEWS: Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier’s production of Il barbiere di Siviglia Returns to Royal Opera House

The 2005 production of Gioachino Rossini’s opera returns to the Royal Opera House for its fourth revival from the 13th September until the 11th October.  This latest revival will be conducted by Henrik Nánási, who returns to the Royal Opera House following his debut in 2013 conducting Turandot. Count Almaviva arrives in Seville to search for… Read More

NEWS: Dreamless Sleep to Play at Arts Theatre

The play, written and directed by Georgie Staight will play at the Arts Theatre from the 12th September until the 21st September.  Aimed at raising awareness of the debilitating affects neurodegenerative diseases have not only on the sufferer but their loved ones too, Dreamless Sleep follows the story of a couple as they struggle to… Read More

REVIEW: Queen’s Gambit by Elizabeth Fremantle

Elizabeth Fremantle provides a fascinating and intelligent portrait of Katherine Parr – a queen who only just manages to survive King Henry VIII’S reign.  The story follows Katherine Parr from when she was made a widow for a second time, to her being given the greatest position a woman could aim for. But Katherine also… Read More

NEWS: From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads to Play at Waterloo East Theatre

Adrian Berry’s play about a young David Bowie obsessive will be performed at the Waterloo East Theatre from the 18th October until the 6th November it has been confirmed.  The production, also directed by Adrian Berry, is a celebration of one of the most iconic music legends – David Bowie. From Ibiza to the Norfolk… Read More

Review Round Up: Groundhog Day, Old Vic Theatre

This brand new musical to hit the London stage features music and lyrics by Tim Minchin and a book by Danny Rubin – but does it prove to be a hit or a miss? The Guardian: ****Michael Billington wrote: “The result is fantastically smart, clever and witty, but I have to say it left my… Read More