NEWS: Casting Confirmed for the 10th Anniversary Production of The Ugly One at the Park Theatre

Full casting has been confirmed for the 10th anniversary production of Marius von Mayenburg’s The Ugly One, which arrives at the Park Theatre from the 1st June.  The production, which is directed by Roy Alexander Weise, is set to star Charlie Dorfman as Lette, Arian Nik as Karlmann and Indra Ové as Fanny. Meanwhile, for this 10th… Read More

PREVIEW: Wandsworth Arts Fringe 2017

Running from the 5th to the 21st May, the 2017 Wandsworth Arts Fringe will take over South West London for two weeks to showcase a wide variety of shows.  For this year’s festival, all of the shows featured over the two weeks will tackle themes of inclusivity, identity, the environment and disability. Wandsworth council’s Wandsworth Arts… Read More

Review Round Up: Romeo & Juliet, Shakespeare’s Globe

Daniel Kramer’s new production of  Romeo & Juliet opens the Shakespeare’s Globe’s Summer of Love Season. But is it love at first sight with the critics?  The Guardian: * “Presumably the overall intention is to show juvenile passion destroyed by a violent culture but even that is undermined by the risible sight of gun-toting adults shouting… Read More

NEWS: Gorillaz Announce UK Tour

In support of their latest album Humanz, Gorillaz have announced a major UK tour between the 27th November until the 4th December.  Following the release of their latest album Humanz, the band have announced that they will be embarking on a major new UK tour, showcasing songs from their fifth studio album as well as… Read More

NEWS: First Glimpse of Matthew Croke in Aladdin

The first images of Matthew Croke as Aladdin in the hit musical production,  has been released ahead of his first performance in the show on the 5th June.  Today Disney Theatrical Productions has released first images and behind the scenes footage of Matthew Croke as the title role of Aladdin, ahead of his first performance… Read More

Review Round Up: Obsession, Barbican

Jude Law stars in Ivo van Hove’s production of Visconti’s film – but does it work as well on stage as it does on screen? Here is what critics have said about it:  The Guardian: *** “The whole thing is very classy, but the production has the stylish aestheticism we have come to expect from the director,… Read More

PREVIEW: Quentin Blake: The Life of Birds, House of Illustration

On display in the House of Illustration’s Quentin Blake Gallery from the 5th May, the exhibition will focus on Blake’s fascination with birds.  Curated by Quentin Blake himself, the exhibition is the first to specifically concentrate on his drawings of birds – a theme that has fascinated him throughout his career. The Life of Birds… Read More