NEWS: All Star Improv Comedy Weekender Announced to Raise Money for Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity

Taking place on the 26th and 27th November, The Free Association will present a weekend of  live improvised comedy taking place at the The Free Association Theatre (Formally The ARTSpace) in Haggerston. This charity event will showcase the most established and exciting improv acts around and will include the first live outing of Channel Five’s Borderline, recently commissioned for… Read More

NEWS: National Portrait Gallery Launches Public Appeal to Acquire Sir Thomas Lawrence’s Portrait of The Duke of Wellington

The National Portrait Gallery has launched a public appeal in an attempt to acquire Sir Thomas Lawrence’s final, uncompleted portrait of the Duke of Wellington.  The portrait has been offered to the London gallery for £1.3 million, with the appeal being put into action today with a donation of £350,000 from the Art Fund, which… Read More

NEWS: Full Cast and Creatives Confirmed for Bat Out of Hell The Musical

The cast and creative team for the world premiere of the Meatloaf musical Bat Out of Hell has been confirmed.  Following previews at the Manchester Opera House, this eagerly awaited new musical will play at the London Coliseum from the 5th June until the 22nd July. Jim Steinman’s new musical, based on the hit album,… Read More

NEWS: Beautiful – The Carole King Musical to Tour UK in 2017

It has been confirmed that the Olivier, Tony and Grammy Award winning musical will tour the UK next year, opening at the Bradford Alhambra on the 9th September 2017.  So far, dates for the tour include stops in Birmingham, Belfast, Plymouth, Newcastle and Manchester. Talking about the news the producers of the show said: “We… Read More

REVIEW: All My Sons, Rose Theatre Kingston

This is the first time that Arthur Miller’s classic play is being brought to the stage in Kingston and Michael Rudman’s production is sensitive yet has the power to pack a punch in all of the right places.  It has been fantastic to see the Rose Theatre becoming more confident with its programme choices over… Read More