NEWS: An Inspector Calls Extends Run at the Playhouse Theatre

Due to popular demand, Stephen Daldry’s acclaimed production of JB Priestley’s classic thriller is now booking at the Playhouse Theatre until the 25th March 2017.  Starring Clive Francis, Barbara Marten and Liam Brennan, this revival marks the 70th anniversary of the first UK staging of the play and the 25th anniversary of this production appearing at… Read More

NEWS: The Donmar Warehouse Announces 2017 Season

The Donmar Warehouse has unveiled details of its 2017 season, which will see Lenny Henry taking to the stage.  This new season, titled ‘Power’ will feature two plays and a musical about the struggle for, the rise and exercise of power. Opening the new season of work at the theatre will be Limehouse, a new… Read More

NEWS: Fringe Hit Happiness is a Cup of Tea Returns to London

Annie McKenzie’s solo show Happiness is a Cup of Tea will transfer to the Theatre N16, following successful runs at The Hen and Chickens, the Canal Cafe Theatre, the VAULT Festival, LOST Theatre.  Combining story-telling, puppetry, song and grief Annie McKenzie’s monologue explores family and grief. During a stormy night on the cliff top at Beachyhead,… Read More

NEWS: Nativity! The Musical Set for World Premiere Production in 2017

This new musical based on the films has been written and will be directed by Debbie Isitt and will open at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre on the 20th October 2017. Nativity! The Musical will feature music and lyrics by Nicky Ager and Debbie Isitt and will embark on a short tour that will see the production visit: Southend… Read More

NEWS: Brian Sewell Bequeaths Painting to National Gallery

The Evening Standard Art Critic, who died in 2015, has bequeathed the National Gallery a painting from his private collection. The Maternal Affection by Louis-Jean-Francois Lagrenee is now on display at the National Gallery in room 33 hanging alongside other French 18th-century paintings by artists such as Boucher, Vigée Le Brun, Boilly, Nattier, Detroy, and Vernet.… Read More

REVIEW: Dog Eat Dog

Paul Schrader’s latest crime drama film is a mess – despite some stylish moments.  There is no doubting the brutal nature of this film that has moments when you can’t take your eyes off the screen, but at the same time feels as though it is meandering aimlessly that it is hard to concentrate properly.… Read More