PREVIEW: My World Has Exploded a Little Bit, Ovalhouse Theatre

Bella Heesom’s new play arrives at the Ovalhouse Theatre from the 23rd to the 27th May.  This debut play from the Ovalhouse’s Associate Artist Bella Heesom is a story of love and loss which mixes intimacy, live music, hard-hitting philosophy and clownish silliness. The production is directed by Olivier Award-winning director Donnacadh O’Briain and arrives at the theatre  following a… Read More

PREVIEW: Fiona Brice’s Relationships, London Mozart Players, Matthew’s Yard Croydon

 London Mozart Players will launch their #LMPOnTheMove tour with a concert at Matthews Yard in Croydon in collaboration with Fiona Brice on the 19th May.  The classically-trained composer, arranger and violinist will present the world premiere of her new orchestral work ‘Relationships’ Fiona Brice is considered to be one of Britain’s most versatile and  adventurous collaborators.… Read More

Review Round Up: Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains, Victoria and Albert Museum

This major new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum examines the band’s musical legacy, taking visitors on an audio and visual journey through Pink Floyd’s career. But what have critics been saying about it?  Trusted Reviews: “The 350-strong collection of Floydian artefacts is as fascinating as it is vast.” Evening Standard: **** “a deftly… Read More

NEWS: Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch Announces Autumn Season

The theatre has announced that its Autumn season will feature a world premiere, a British premiere and a much love classic.  The theatre will open its brand new season on the 25th August with the British premiere of Ken Ludwig’s A Fox on the Fairway, which will play at the theatre until the 16th September.… Read More

PREVIEW: La Cage Aux Folles, New Victoria Theatre

The first UK touring production of La Cage Aux Folles will visit the New Victoria Theatre in Woking from the 6th to the 10th June.  Starring John Partridge and Adrian Zmed, Bill Kenwright presents the first ever UK tour of the Tony and Olivier award winning musical, which includes the iconic song ‘I Am What… Read More

REVIEW: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour, Duke of York’s Theatre

Bold, brash and rowdy Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour quite rightly comes with a warning – but it is also surprisingly sincere and poignant.  Based on Alan Warner’s novel The Sopranos, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour brings to mind as being the female version of The Inbetweeners, in which the story follows six teenage girls… Read More