NEWS: Tristram Hunt Named as the New Director of Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum has announced that Dr Tristram Hunt is to become the new Director of the London museum.  The former Shadow Secretary of State and Shadow Minister for Education has served as a Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent Central since 2010. As well as being involved with politics, Hunt is also a historian, being an… Read More

NEWS: Rehearsal Images Released for Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Rehearsals for James Macdonald’s production of Edward Albee’s play starring Imelda Staunton have begun.  New images have been released as the cast for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? begin rehearsals for the production which will run at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 22nd February until the 27th May. James MacDonald’s production will star Imelda Staunton as… Read More

Review Round Up: La La Land

Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone star in this hugely anticipated new musical film. But what do critics make of it?  Jonathan Baz Reviews: ***** “what a refreshing joy it is to see a musical that’s prepared to see its characters fantastically burst from speech into song and dance and to erupt into numbers that are… Read More

NEWS: New Cast Announced for Comedy About a Bank Robbery

It has been confirmed that a new cast for the hit comedy will be joining the production from the 8th February.  Having opened at the Criterion Theatre in April last year, Mischief Theatre’s latest show is currently booking at the theatre until the 29th October 2017. Joining the cast from February will be Jeremy Lloyd (Everyone… Read More

PREVIEW:Architecture as Metaphor, Griffin Gallery

On display from the 9th March, Griffin Gallery’s upcoming exhibition will explore the influence between architecture, design and fine art.  Featuring the work of 30 artists including Phyllida Barlow, Tony Carter, Rachel Whiteread and Sir Michael Craig-Martin, the exhibition will present a wide range of work in a variety of media to examine the influence of architectural… Read More

REVIEW: Abigail, The Bunker Theatre

This world premiere production leaves the audience with more questions than answers and looks at the lengths people would go to for control.  There is certainly a lot of freedom to explore the many different directions this intense, gripping but not straightforward play by Fiona Doyle. Audiences are taken on a journey through the fractured… Read More