NEWS: Rehearsal Images Released for LOVE at the National Theatre

Alexander Zeldin’s new play invites audiences into the lives of three families in the run up to Christmas.  Written through a devising process, LOVE will run at the National Theatre from the 6th December until the 10th January. In the run up to Christmas, three families are placed into cramped temporary accommodation. A middle-aged man and… Read More

NEWS: Compagnie XY to Return to London for UK Premiere

French Compagnie XY will premiere their new show It’s Not Yet Midnight…. at the Roundhouse from the 10th to the 23rd April 2017.  Returning to London for the first time since 2010, French Compagnie XY is widely known as a leading contemporary circus company and are now bringing their new show It’s Not Yet Midnight… to the… Read More

NEWS: Cast Changes for Les Miserables Announced

Cameron Mackintosh has confirmed changes to the long-running show’s cast from the 5th December.  Now into its 32nd year in the West End, the hit musical Les Miserables will have several cast changes from Monday 5th December. Joining the cast from the 5th December,  Simon Gleeson will play ‘Jean Valjean’; Lucy O’Byrne will play ‘Fantine’… Read More

Review Round Up: Lulu, English National Opera

On for a limited time at the London Coliseum, discover what critics have made William Kentridge’s production of Alban Berg’s Lulu.  The Guardian: **** “the treatment of the opera as drama is relatively conventional, and sometimes flits uneasily between naturalism and more cartoon-like stylisation.” The Telegraph: “what is most wonderful about the evening is the way… Read More

NEWS: Hiddencity Announces Two Month Extension for Mind of the Maker

Hiddencity today has confirmed that its latest trail Mind of the Maker is now extending its booking period for an additional two months until the 31st January.  Taking groups of four on a real adventure around London’s waterways, Mind of the Maker will allow people to discover a hidden side to the city guided by… Read More

Review Round Up: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Eddie Redmayne stars in this new extension of the world of magic as created by J.K. Rowling and directed by David Yates – but is it as magical as it appears? The Guardian: ***** “Rowling and Yates have given us a terrifically good-natured, unpretentious and irresistibly buoyant film.” Hollywood Reporter: “Much of the film’s big… Read More