NEWS: Finborough Theatre to Present Production of Late Company

As part of the Finborough Theatre’s celebrations of Canada’s 150th birthday Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill will debut his play Late Company at the theatre from the 25th April.  One year after the suicide of their teenage son, Debora and Michael sit down to dinner with their son’s bully and his parents. Closure is on the menu,… Read More

NEWS: Phina Oruche’s Identity Crisis to transfer to the Ovalhouse

It has been announced that Phina Oruche’s Identity Crisis will transfer to the Ovalhouse from the 9th to the 13th May.  Following runs at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016, International Slavery Museum Liverpool, and The Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol,, Phina Oruche’s Identity Crisis will arrive at London’s Ovalhouse Theatre in May. Exploring identity struggles that are common… Read More

PREVIEW: The Commitments, New Victoria Theatre

Direct from the West End and based on the best-selling novel by Roddy Doyle, The Commitments arrives at the New Victoria Theatre from the 17th to the 22nd April.  The Commitments tells the story of Jimmy Rabbitte, a young working class music fan, who shapes an unlikely bunch of amateur musicians into an amazing live… Read More

NEWS: Production Images Released for The Frogs Ahead of UK Premiere

Production images for Grace Wessels production of Stephen Sondheim’s musical The Frogs have been released ahead of its UK premiere at Jermyn Street Theatre this evening (16th March).  This production is based on the 2004 Broadway production and includes a book revised and expanded by Nathan Lane. The Frogs follows Dionysos, Greek god of wine and drama, and… Read More

NEWS: CTRL+ALT+DELETE to Play at Tristan Bates Theatre as Part of FIRST Festival of Solo Performance 2017

Following a successful run at Camden People’s Theatre last year, Emma Packer’s solo show will be brought to the stage once again as part of the FIRST Festival of Solo Performance 2017. Amy Jones from Brixton is an emotionally charged girl with a strong political heart. She challenges the injustices of the world, where war rips… Read More

Review Round Up: The Miser, Garrick Theatre

Griff Rhys Jones, Lee Mack and Ryan Gage star in Sean Foley’s production of Moliere’s comedy. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Stage: ** “Foley has directed many of his actors to over-the-top extremes, and there’s nothing less funny than acting that is trying too hard to be funny.” The Telegraph; *** “It’s… Read More

NEWS: David Mach Exhibition to Head to Griffin Gallery

It has been announced that the Griffin Gallery will present an exhibition of work by David Mach from the 11th May until the 7th July.  The Scottish artist will present his first newspaper installation for 15 years as part of this new exhibition opening in May and also marks Mach’s first London exhibition for seven… Read More

REVIEW: Shirley Valentine, New Victoria Theatre

Jodie Prenger makes a perfect Shirley in this one woman play about rediscovering yourself and regaining a sense of freedom, told in a lively production.  Many people who have heard of Shirley Valentine will recall the 1989 film starring Pauline Collins and Tom Conti, but Glen Walford’s touchingly funny and poignant production will still please… Read More