Review Round Up: The Libertine, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Dominic Cooper is making his West End debut in Terry Johnson’s production of The Libertine. But what have critics thought of it?  The Guardian: **** “The play may be too lewd for prudes, but it offers an invigorating, warts-and-all portrait of a self-destructive sceptic.” British Theatre.com: ***”The Libertine is an enjoyable, but rather unfulfilling play.”… Read More

PREVIEW: When We Are Married, Rose Theatre, Kingston

Northern Broadsides will visit the Rose Theatre in Kingston with a production of J.B Priestley’s When We Are Married from the 11th to the 15th October.  The production sees Northern Broadsides and York Theatre Royal collaborating to stage this rarely toured and much loved comedy. Cleckleywyke, a town in the West Riding, 1908. The Helliwells, the… Read More

Review Round Up: Don Giovanni, English National Opera

Mark Wigglesworth conducts Richard Jones’ production, retelling the Don Juan legend. But does it impress the critics? Read More

NEWS: The Royal Opera House to Present The Nose for the First Time

The Royal Opera House will bring Shostakovich’s first opera The Nose to the Covent Garden stage for the first time in a new production by Barrie Kosky.  Barrie Kosky’s debut production for the Royal Opera House of Shostakovich’s opera will play for a limited run at the venue from the 20th to the The opera’s plot centres… Read More

REVIEW: Henri Barande, Saatchi Gallery

This is the one and only time that residents of the UK will have the opportunity to see the artist’s work and is certainly worth a visit.  The wide variety of work on display by the French-born artist, suggests a boldness and confidence in his ideas, while refusing to sell his work reveals Barande’s interest… Read More