PREVIEW: Picasso on Paper, Omer Tiroche Gallery

The Omer Tiroche Gallery will present an exhibition of more than 30 works completed by Picasso on paper.  This intimate collection of work by one of the most influential artists of the 20th century will be on display at the gallery from the 4th October until the 16th December. The display marks the gallery’s rebrand… Read More

PREVIEW: Tellit Festival

Taking place across London from the 16th to the 22nd October, the festival is the first in the UK to celebrate true-life storytelling.  Throughout the week, the festival will present shows, events and workshops across London to celebrate ‘truth’ through a variety of art forms. The eventual aim of this special event is to become… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for Peter James’ Not Dead Enough

Television presenter Laura Whitmore will star in the UK touring production of Peter James’ thriller Not Dead Enough, touring from the 25th January 2017 until the 24th June.  Following on from the stage productions of The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple, Peter James’ Not Dead Enough will head off on a UK tour from January 2017, coming… Read More

Review Round Up: Good Canary, Rose Theatre

The London premiere of Zach Helm’s play directed has made its debut at the Rose Theatre in Kingston. But what have critics made of it?  The Guardian: *** Michael Billington said: “it is worth seeing for Mavor’s performance and the ruthless clarity of Malkovich’s direction.” The Telegraph: *** Dominic Cavendish wrote: “Mavor, bound to go… Read More

NEWS: Stepping Out Taps Way to West End in 2017

Appearing at the Vaudeville Theatre from 1st March 2017, Richard Harris’s comedy Stepping Out will make its return in a new production directed by Maria Friedman.  Amanda Holden, Angela Griffin, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Tamzin Outhwaite and Nicola Stephenson will star in the new staging of the award winning comedy, which will visit Theatre Royal Bath, Richmond Theatre, Cambridge… Read More

Review Round Up: Father Comes Home From the Wars, Royal Court Theatre

Pulitzer Prize winner,Suzan-Lori Parks is back at the Royal Court Theatre with a trilogy of short plays which follow one African-American family through generations up to the present day. Here is what critics have been saying about Jo Bonney’s production: The Stage: **** Natasha Tripney wrote: “The writing is poetic and richly textured, full of echoes and… Read More

NEWS: Imelda Staunton to Star in Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

It has been announced that Olivier Award winners  Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill will star in a new production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 22nd February 2017. Following the news of Edward Albee’s death last week, this revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf will… Read More

REVIEW: Good Canary, Rose Theatre Kingston

John Malkovich directs this heartbreaking story of addiction and insecurity that is beautifully presented from beginning to end.  Zach Helm’s heartbreaking  play looks at the very real struggles of mental illness and addiction that proves difficult to watch but provides a unflinching insight in what it means to live with mental illness for those suffering… Read More