NEWS: National Portrait Gallery to Present First Exhibition Devoted to Cézanne’s Portraits

It has been confirmed that the gallery will present Cézanne Portraits from the 26th October 2017 until the 11th February 2018.  During his career, Paul Cezanne painted almost 200 portraits during his career, including 26 of himself and 29 of his wife, Hortense Fiquet.  Now the National Portrait Gallery will display over fifty of them in… Read More

Review Round Up: Hedda Gabler, National Theatre

Ruth Wilson takes on the leading role in Ivo Van Hove’s debut production for the National Theatre – but what have critics made of it?  The Guardian: **** “it forces us to see Ibsen’s masterpiece with fresh eyes and to recognise that, even in the age of instant divorce, there are still modern Heddas helplessly… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting for The Wild Party Announced

Directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie, the production will be the first to reopen the newly named The Other Palace Theatre (formerly St James Theatre). Opening for previews from the 13th February, casting for the first major London production of Michael John LaChiusa’s The Wild Party has been confirmed.  Joining the previously announced Frances Ruffelle as Queenie… Read More

Review Round Up: Australia’s Impressionists, National Gallery

The National Gallery showcases four very individual artists to explore impressionism in an Australian context – in the first UK exhibition of its kind. But what have critics said about it?  The Guardian: *** “Australia’s Impressionists feels counterintuitive, to begin with. Anyone who thinks they are going to get dappled light on Bondi beach should… Read More

NEWS: Casting Confirmed for Dirty Great Love Story

This new production will arrive at the Arts Theatre from the 18th January 2017.  Making its West End debut early next year, Dirty Great Love Story combines drama and poetry while looking at the modern idea of romance. Two hopeful, hapless romantics get drunk, get it on and then get the hell away from each… Read More