PREVIEW: Gatsby, Leicester Square Theatre

A new version of F Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel presented by Ruby in the Dust  will play at Leicester Square Theatre from the 29th November until the 15th January 2017.  Audiences will be transported to the 1920’s and the Leicester Square Theatre will be transformed into a speakeasy where jazz is in full swing and is set… Read More

NEWS: Thebes Land Comes to the Arcola Theatre

This new play looks at one of the most shocking crimes known to man with the on-stage participation of convicted patricide Martin Santos. Written by Sergio Blanco and adapted and directed by Daniel Goldman, Thebes Land is a play that merges retribution and justice, love and masculinity together to create a compelling piece of drama. The production… Read More

NEWS: David Tennant to Return to West End Stage in Don Juan in Soho

The former Doctor Who star is set to appear in Patrick Marber’s play, running at the Wyndham’s Theatre from the 17th March until the 10th June 2017.  Written and directed by Patrick Marber, the play is a new adaptation of Moliere’s farcical, tragic and anarchic original 1665 play that re-examines the character Don Juan. It will be… Read More

NEWS: Christina Bianco to Premiere O Come, All Ye Divas at Charing Cross Theatre

Christina Bianco vocal impressionist extraordinaire will premiere her festive show O Come, All Ye Divas at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 20th December.  The US vocal impressionist, whose repertoire includes Edith Piaf, Barbra Streisand, Idina Menzel, Shirley Bassey and Ariana Grande will premiere her special festive show at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 20th… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum to Present Lockwood Kipling: Arts and Crafts in the Punjab and London

The London Museum today announced that it will be putting on a display that will focus on the work of Lockwood Kipling, which will open to the public in January 2017.  Running from the 14th January until the 2nd April, the exhibition will be the first to explore the life and work of Lockwood Kipling… Read More

REVIEW: Sunny Afternoon, New Victoria Theatre

Guitars, girls and great music make up this fascinating and beautifully told story of the rise of The Kinks.  X Factor hopefuls should take note and come and watch this intriguing show that not only charts the rise of The Kinks but also offers an insight into the brutal music industry that they are all… Read More