NEWS: Casting Announced for The Kid Stays in the Picture

Casting for the Royal Court Theatre’s production of The Kid Stays in the Picture has been confirmed.  Running at the theatre from the 7th of March, it has been announced that Thomas Arnold, Heather Burns, Max Casella, Clint Dyer, Danny Huston, Ajay Naidu and Madeleine Potter will star in Simon McBurney’s production. In the 1960s and 70s,… Read More

NEWS: Kay Mellor’s Fat Friends to Tour the Musical to Tour the UK

Based on the hit television series, Fat Friends is being transformed into a brand new stage musical written and directed by Kay Mellor.  Featuring original music by Nicholas Lloyd Webber, Fat Friends the Musical will premiere at the Leeds Grand Theatre on the 7th November, before embarking on a UK tour – details of which… Read More

Review Round Up: Promises Promises, Southwark Playhouse

Does Burt Bacharach’s musical stand the test of time or is it a little outdated? Find out what critics have been saying here:  Carn’s Theatre Passion: **** “a show which did deliver its Promises, Promises” Jonathan Baz Reviews: **** “Promises Promises is a warm-hearted delight on a cold winter’s night.” WhatsOnStage: *** “a spirited production… Read More

NEWS:Fun Lovin’ Criminals Frontman to Take Over The Holy Birds

It has been announced that Fun Lovin’ Criminals frontman Huey Morgan will take over the downstairs Mule Bar of The Holy Birds this Saturday (21st January) to celebrate the reopening of the Poulters and Cocktail specialists.  Huey Morgan will be playing a selection of classic songs, while visitors can also enjoy a selection of The Holy Bird’s signature… Read More

NEWS: Bunny by Jack Thorne to Open at the White Bear Theatre

Opening at the theatre from the 7th March, Jack Thorne’s play sees the world through the eyes of one young girl who is struggling to find her place in the modern world.  Multi-award winning playwright Jack Thorne’s play Bunny will play at the White Bear Theatre as part of the theatre’s 2017 season it has… Read More

REVIEW: The Doppel Gang, Tristan Bates Theatre

Dominic Hedges has written a light hearted show but it also has a strong emotional core that really hits home.  Set during the Second World War, The Doppel Gang follows a company of aspiring actors – who are unfortunately not having any success until they happen to stumble across a number of unperformed Marx Brothers… Read More