NEWS: Cocktails in the City Returns to London

One of the largest events in the UK to celebrate cocktails returns to London from the 30th March until the 1st April.  Celebrating its fifth anniversary Cocktails in the City invites those who love cocktails and those who are curious to to showcase the world’s best bars finest drinks and creative bartenders all under one roof.… Read More

In Rehearsals With… Chinglish, Park Theatre

Rehearsals for Chinglish playing at the Park Theatre from the 22nd March have begun. Here is an insight into what has been happening in rehearsals…  Andrew Keates directs this European premiere production of David Henry Hwang’s Chinglish, which sees the writer return to the Park Theatre following the successful production of Yellow Face, which played at… Read More

NEWS: The Print Room Announces Limited Run of Mr Potsunen’s Peculiar Slice of Life

Following on from a sell out residency at the Leicester Square Theatre in 2015, Kentaro Kobayashi will bring his solo show Mr Potsunen’s Peculiar Slice of Life to the Print Room at the Coronet for a limited run.  Featuring the performance artist’s original animations and manga-style drawings, Kentaro Kobayashi’s mime-based performance combines the worlds of art and magic.… Read More

Review Round Up: Beauty & the Beast

Emma Watson stars in Bill Condon’s remake of the classic animated film – but will it stand the test of time in the eyes of the critics?  Daily Review: ** “It is destined, if not to fade into obscurity, then certainly to fade in one way or another: the consequence of existing only in reference… Read More

NEWS: Trainspotting Live to Embark on UK Tour

The hit immersive production of Irvine Welsh and Danny Boyle’s iconic story will be embarking on a UK tour, following two successful runs at the King’s Head Theatre and recently at the Vaults Theatre.  Touring the UK from May, the immersive production is directed by Kings Head Theatre artistic director Adam Spreadbury-Maher in collaboration with Greg Esplin.… Read More

PREVIEW: Sargent: The Watercolours, Dulwich Picture Gallery

The Dulwich Picture Gallery will focus on John Singer Sargent’s longest period of watercolour work, between 1900 and 1918.  This Dulwich Picture Gallery exhibition will be the first major UK exhibition to focus on the American artist’s watercolour work since 1918 and will feature a key selection of work on loan from over 30 lenders. Works… Read More