PREVIEW: Rounds, Blue Elephant Theatre

Resuscitate Theatre will present Rounds at the Blue Elephant Theatre from the 16th to the 25th March.  Kal is seriously considering sedating the next patient who asks to be treated by a proper English doctor. Dom just wants to get into the shower while there’s still hot water. Felicity is living for the weekend. Lucy… Read More

PREVIEW: Oyster Boy, Blue Elephant Theatre

Haste Theatre brings their production of Oyster Boy to the Blue Elephant Theatre on the 2nd and 3rd March as part of its UK tour.  Revamped for this UK tour with the help of  Theatre De Complicite’s movement director Kasia Zaremba Byrne, Oyster Boy is about seeing past people’s differences and a bittersweet tale of the… Read More

PREVIEW: Access All Areas: Photographs by Paul Harries, Proud Camden

From the 9th March, Proud Camden will present an exhibition focusing on the photographs by Paul Harries.  This display of Paul Harries photographs will allow visitors to get a glimpse of rockstars backstage from the last two decades. Images on display will feature icons such as Nirvana, Slash, Metallica, Slipknot, and Muse. With each image, Paul Harries… Read More

Review Round Up: Travesties, Apollo Theatre

Tom Stoppard’s play directed by Patrick Marber has transferred from the Menier Chocolate Factory – but what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: **** “spins from one literary form to another, like a wind machine sending fragments into the air.” WhatsOnStage: **** “this superb revival does the piece absolute justice.” The Telegraph: **** “Marber’s… Read More

PREVIEW: California: Designing Freedom, Design Museum

The next exhibition to open at the new Design Museum will explore how ‘designed in California’ expresses a distinctive approach to design and life.  California has always been a place in which it creates tools of personal freedom in a diverse environment from skateboards and iPhones all the way through to LSD blotting paper and political… Read More

Opinion: Reaction to the WhatsOnStage Awards 2017

This year’s awards was a great night for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, which won eight awards at last night’s ceremony.  Hosted by the wonderfully funny Vikki Stone and Simon Lipkin, the 2017 WhatsOnStage Awards was a chance to celebrate a year’s worth of theatre as voted by the public, enhanced by live performances… Read More