NEWS: Pop Up Screens’ Cinema In The Snow to raise money for Save The Children’s Christmas Jumper Day

From December 8th, as Pop Up Screens launches Cinema in the Snow, cinemagoers will be invited to wear their favourite festive knits in support of Save The Children’s Christmas Jumper Day.  London pop up cinema Pop Up Screens as well as launching their Cinema in the Snow season are inviting audiences to get further into the festive… Read More

NEWS: Jermyn Street Theatre to Present Beau Brummell – An Elegant Madness in 2017

The Jermyn Street Theatre is to bring Ron Hutchinson’s comedy to the London stage for the first time in 15 years from the 13th February until the 11th March 2017.  Ron Hutchinson’s play casts light on the patron saint of dandies – Beau Brummell (1778 – 1840), with a script that has been updated to reinvigorate… Read More

NEWS: Production Images For National Theatre’s Peter Pan Released

Production images for Sally Cookson’s production of JM Barrie’s Peter Pan have been released ahead of the show’s opening night on Friday.  When Peter Pan, the leader of the Lost Boys, loses his shadow during a visit to London, headstrong Wendy helps him re-attach it. In return she is invited to Neverland – where Tinker Bell… Read More

Review Round Up: Shakespeare Trilogy, King’s Cross Theatre

Formed of Julius Caesar, Henry IV and The Tempest, the Donmar Warehouse’s productions are being performed in a special space at the King’s Cross Theatre for a limited time. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: ***** “The all-female casts and prison setting make you see the three plays afresh.” The Independent: *****… Read More

REVIEW: Bianco, Nofit State Circus

Back in London for the first time since 2013, Nofit State Circus present Bianco, a two hour spectacular that puts the audience at the centre of the show.  It is hard to imagine any child not being enthralled with the circus, but can any adult feel that same excitement? Well thanks to Nofit State Circus’s… Read More

REVIEW: Painters’ Painters, Saatchi Gallery

Featuring the work of nine very different artists, Painters’ Painters reveals that it has been possible for the practise to evolve even if the focus of the art world has moved away from it.  As you weave your way around this fascinating if slightly clinical approached exhibition, it is easy to see the way in… Read More