NEWS: Production Images Released for Ragtime

New images of the new London production of Ragtime, now playing at the Charing Cross Theatre, have been released. Photos by Annabel Vere & Scott Rylander.  This new production of Ragtime stars West End and Broadway stars Earl Carpenter and Anita Louise Combe at the head of the cast for Thom Southerland’s production, which is currently… Read More

NEWS: Broadway’s Jennifer Simard to Make West End Debut in Disaster!

Jennifer Simard will make her London stage debut in the London premiere of Seth Rudetsky’s Broadway musical comedy spoof in a special gala performance at the Charing Cross Theatre on the 20th November.  Recreating her Tony-nominated role as gambling-addicted nun, Sister Mary Downy, Jennifer Simard will make her London stage debut in Disaster!, a musical comedy spoof of… Read More

PREVIEW: The Marked, Ovalhouse Theatre

Following a sold out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Theatre Témoin’s The Marked transfers to London’s Ovalhouse Theatre from the 13th to the 22nd October.  Using mask, puppetry and physical theatre,  Theatre Témoin explores a mystical world inspired by real-life stories of homelessness. As a boy, Jack lived in a world of monsters and invisible guardians, as… Read More

PREVIEW: Sussex Modernism: Retreat and Rebellion, Two Temple Place

Running from the 28th January until the 23rd April 2017, this new exhibition at Two Temple Place looks at why artists and writers were drawn to the rolling hills, seaside resorts, and quaint villages of Sussex in the first half of the 20th century.  This is the sixth exhibition to run at Two Temple Place and… Read More

NEWS: Dirty Dancing to Return to the West End for Limited Run

The musical based on the hit 1980’s film will return to London for a strictly limited season at the Phoenix Theatre from the 6th to the 31st December.  The production, directed by Federico Bellone, has been touring the UK and will continue to tour after its limited run at the Phoenix Theatre over Christmas. Written by Eleanor… Read More

REVIEW: brightwater by Ayako Fujiki

Following on from three previous album that focused on the work of other composers, Ayako Fujiki releases a more personal and intricate album that is haunting from beginning to end.  This is certainly an album that soothes the soul after a long day at work and features a delicate and elegant performance from Ayako Fujiki,… Read More

NEWS: London Musical Theatre Orchestra to Perform UK Debut Roger and Hammerstein’s State Fair

Roger and Hammerstein’s State Fair will be performed on the London stage for the first time by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra and a host of stars from the West End stage. Having officially launched in June this year, the London Musical Theatre Orchestra will present State Fair at the Cadogan Hall on the 6th… Read More

REVIEW: Keep Dancing, New Victoria Theatre

A fun and varied night out that is perfect for Strictly Come Dancing fans and those fascinated by the power of dance.  Touring at just the perfect time for Strictly Come Dancing’s return to our television screens, Keep Dancing is a celebration of all things dance, featuring star performances from Robin Windsor, Lisa Riley and… Read More