NEWS: Maxwell Caulfield, Zoë Doano and Chris Peluso to Star in Death Takes a Holiday

Casting for the European premiere of Death Takes a Holiday has been confirmed. The production will open for previews at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 16th January 2017.  Thom Southerland will direct Maxwell Caulfield, Chris Peluso and Zoe Doano in the third musical production and European premiere of Death Takes a Holiday. In Northern… Read More

NEWS: Design Museum Confirms 2017 Exhibition Programme

The Design Museum, which recently reopened in its new home on Kensington High Street, has confirmed details of its 2017 exhibition programme.  This new exhibition programme will open with Imagine Moscow; Architecture, Propaganda, Revolution. From the 15th March until the 3rd June, the museum will examine Moscow as it was imagined by a new generation of architects, marking… Read More

Review Round Up: Peter Pan, National Theatre

J.M Barrie’s classic story flies onto the stage once again in Sally Cookson’s production, now playing at the National Theatre – but what have critics thought of it?  The Guardian: **** “Although the keynote of this production is spirited exuberance, it is true to Barrie’s melancholy point that you either remain trapped in permanent adolescence like… Read More

NEWS: Sonic the Hedgehog’s 25th Anniversary Celebrated with New Fine Art Collection

It is 25 years since the gaming hero first became known to gamers and this special anniversary is being marked by a new collection of fine art available to see across the Castle Fine Art and Castle Galleries nationwide.  Having first appeared as a video game character in 1991, Sonic the Hedgehog quickly became an… Read More

NEWS: Official UK Trailer Released for Toni Erdmann

Released in UK cinemas on the 3rd February 2017, the official UK trailer for  German filmmaker Maren Ade’s new film Toni Erdmann  has been released.  This new German comedy stars Sandra Hüller as Ines, a highly-strung career woman whose life takes a turn for the chaotic when her father, Winfried (played by Peter Simonischek), turns… Read More

REVIEW: Pinocchio, King’s Head Theatre

Charles Court Opera return to the King’s Head Theatre for the festive season with their traditional twist on a classic story that is funny with plenty of audience interaction.  This is Pinocchio but not as you know it thanks to Charles Court Opera’s latest pantomime that takes the classic story and turns it into something… Read More