REVIEW: Dreamgirls, Savoy Theatre

A musical that sparkles with sharp dialogue and a fantastic cast as well as a brutal insight into the music industry and its pitfalls.   If you are looking for a show with big tunes and plenty of attitude then this might just be what you are in search of. Dreamgirls is the story of… Read More

Shows Closing in January 2017

A new year, a new start with many shows closing in London next month, here is a guide to some of the productions we will be waving sadly goodbye to… The Bodyguard, Dominion Theatre: January 7th – featuring the hit songs of Whitney Houston, this musical is based on the hit film and has wowed… Read More

NEWS: Griffin Gallery to Present Exhibition Looking at the Importance of Art History

The Griffin Gallery has announced that it will be presenting an exhibition looking at the importance of art history in today’s society in response to the recent news about art history A-level being scrapped and it’s reinstatement.  Running at the gallery from the 12th January until the 24th February, I Lost My Heart to a Starship… Read More

REVIEW: Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs, New Victoria Theatre

New Victoria Theatre scores another hit pantomime thanks to a cast who really look as though they are enjoying themselves and a strong script with plenty of laughs.  In a world first, this was Snow White and the six Dwarfs instead of seven due to an unexpected cast illness and yet the show had to… Read More