NEWS: Tiddler & Other Terrific Tales to Play at Leicester Square Theatre

Adapted from Julia Donaldson and  Axel Scheffler’s best selling books, Scamp Theatre and Freckle Productions will present Tiddle & Other Terrific Tales at Leicester Square Theatre from the 8th July.  Under the sea, out on the farm and into the jungle, these terrific tales are woven together with live music, puppetry and a whole host… Read More

NEWS: InTRANSIT to Take Over Kensington and Chelsea

Returning to London once again, the InTRANSIT festival will take over Kensington and Chelsea from the 9th to the 25th June.  InTRANSIT returns to the capital to showcase a programme of site-responsive art and performance based on the theme of ‘Island Life’, which will showcase the work of artists who look at the contrasts of urban isolation… Read More

NEWS: The Toxic Avenger to Return to London

Following its successful premiere at the Southwark Playhouse, the Off West End nominated show will transfer to the Arts Theatre from the 28th September.  Playing for a strictly limited season, The Toxic Avenger was created by the Tony Award-winning creative team behind the smash hit West End musical Memphis Joe DiPietro and David Bryan. Toxie is… Read More

NEWS: Fulham’s First Thameside Beach to Launch

It has been confirmed that Fulham will have its first Thameside beach from the 10th May until the 3rd October.  Titled Neverland London, the beach will take guests on a journey to paradise with  a unique al fresco, dining and drinking experience. Visitors will be able to dine on feasting tables or enjoy the summer… Read More

Review Round Up: Carousel, London Coliseum

Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins star in Lonny Price’s semi-staged production of Rodger and Hammerstein’s classic musical. But can it win over the critics?  The Stage: ***  “over 100 visible participants, making it without question the biggest show in town. On the other hand, this is also the kind of old-fashioned revival you luckily don’t… Read More

PREVIEW: London Clown Festival

The London Clown Festival returns to the capital, following its successful first festival last year.  Running from the 11th to the 21st May, the London Clown Festival celebrates the rise in popularity of clowning with its reputation moving away from stereotypes such as red noses and squirty flowers to a more sophisticated level of silliness.… Read More

REVIEW: Miss Nightingale, The Vaults

Tender and occasionally naughty, Miss Nightingale is a musical that is absolutely spiffing from beginning to end.  Whisking audiences back to 1942, Miss Nightingale is the name of a brand new cabaret act who is about to take the world by storm. Surrounding her are her agent Frank, friend George – but the the two… Read More