NEWS: Cast Announced for An Inspector Calls

Casting for An Inspector Calls, which will play at the Playhouse Theatre from the 4th November until the 4th February, has been confirmed.  Clive Francis (The Crown, Netflix), Barbara Marten (Casualty) and Liam Brennan (Diary of a Madman – winner of a Stage Edinburgh Award) will all star in this revival  of JB Priestley’s An… Read More

NEWS: Production Images of The Libertine Released

Terry Johnson’s production of The Libertine will arrive in London at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 22nd September, following a run at the Theatre Royal Bath.  Starring Dominic Cooper as the Earl of Rochester, The Libertine is Stephen Jeffrey’s masterpiece about the 17th century rake and is brought to life again in Olivier and Tony… Read More

Review Round Up: Vanities the Musical, Trafalgar Studios

The musical about three girls growing up in Dallas is receiving its European premiere at the Trafalgar Studios. Here is what critics have been saying about it:  Carn’s Theatre Passion: ***** “A frivolous and fun show which has a huge heart! Go see these three stunning performers as they journey through life and hurtle towards… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for Lunch and The Bow of Ulysses

The double bill of Steven Berkoff plays directed by Nigel Harman will appear at the Trafalgar Studios from the 6th October until the 5th November.  Lunch (1983) and its sequel The Bow of Ulysses (2002) are two of Berkoff’s small pieces that examine the relationship between a couple from when they first meet and have… Read More

Review Roundup: Bridget Jones’s Baby

Woohoo! Bridget Jones is back! As is Renee Zellweger who hasn’t appeared on screen for six years. So what have critics made of both the character and the actress’s return?  The Guardian: *** “This is the best way to end what can only can be described as the Bridget Jones franchise: something resembling a likeable,… Read More

REVIEW: The Emperor, Young Vic Theatre

Based on the book by Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuściński tells the story of the downfall of Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia. This production directed by Walter Meierjohann is creative, passionate and intense.  Adapted by Colin Teevan, The Emperor makes for a gripping piece of theatre, thanks to the wonderfully creative nature of the production which makes… Read More