PREVIEW: Literary Nightclub: Generations, Spiegeltent Canary Wharf

Apples and Snakes and Spiegeltent Canary Wharf  will present the show Generations, which showcases new and veteran poets in one place. The show will take place on the 27th September.  Over the last 30 years, some poets have been working with music or use it within their written work for effect. The purpose of the… Read More

NoFit State Circus to Present New Version of BIANCO

Directed by Firenza Guidi, NoFit State Circus will bring a new version of their hit show to the London’s Southbank centre this winter, from the 23rd November until the the 22nd January 2017.  Featuring musical direction by David Murray, production design by Saz Moir, lighting by Adam Cobbley, costumes by Rhiannon Matthews and rigging design by Lyndall Merry,… Read More

Review Round Up: Wild World by Bastille

Bastille are back with a brand new album – but what kind of a reaction has it been getting from critics?  NME: “Wild World is a triumphant pop record: unflinching in its ability to rouse listeners and unapologetic in its quest for a Number One.” The Guardian: *** “Wild World is too wholesome to generate… Read More

PREVIEW: Paper Music, Print Room at the Coronet

This unique performance is the second key work by William Kentridge to be presented at the Print room, following on from 2015’s Ubu and the Truth Commission.  From the 9th to the 14th October, Paper Music will explore the relationship between image and sound through animations based on William Kentridge’s charcoal and ink drawings along with Philip Miller’s… Read More

Five Reasons to be Excited About An American in Paris

S’ Wonderful s’marvellous that An American in Paris is arriving in the West End next year and here are five reasons to be excited:  1.The music: in the press launch for the musical that took place yesterday, director and choreographer Christopher Wheeldon confirmed that alongside songs that appeared originally in the film will be lesser known… Read More