NEWS: Principal Casting for West End Production of Hamilton Confirmed

Actors confirmed to play Alexander Hamilton and King George have been announced for the anticipated production, arriving in the West End from November.  It has been announced that making his West End debut, recent RADA graduate Jamael Westman will be playing the title role of Alexander Hamilton. He has recently completed a run of The White Devil at Shakespeare’s… Read More

NEWS: Union Theatre to Host An Evening with Tim Rice

The multi-award winning composer will discuss his life and career in the West End, on Broadway and Hollywood movies as well as the premiere of Blondel in a special evening at the Union Theatre on the 25th June. To mark the premiere of Blondel at the Union Theatre from the 21st June, Sir Tim Rice will… Read More

NEWS: Olivier nominated The Rat Pack – Live From Las Vegas to Return to London

It has been announced that the Olivier nominated show will play at the Theatre Royal Haymarket from the 13th December until the 3rd February.  At the start of the 60s, The Rat Pack led by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jr. were the toast of Las Vegas. With the world’s rich and famous… Read More

NEWS: Brian May and Kerry Ellis Release New Single ‘Panic Attack’

Brian May and Kerry Ellis have released their brand new single ‘Panic Attack’ from their latest album Golden Days. Taken from the pair’s second album of original tracks as well as rock classics, on which it was originally titled “It’s Gonna Be Alright – The Panic Attack Song”, this new remix is brand new and… Read More

NEWS: Pop Up Screens Announces Summer Screening Programme

Pop Up Screens has announced its programme of summer films to chill out with over the next few months from the 21st July.  Join Pop Up Screens as it celebrates summer with a programme of classic films to watch as the sun goes down in a number of venues across London including Bishops Park in Fulham,Central… Read More

Review Round Up: Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy’s annual exhibition is back – but what have critics been saying about this year’s offering?  The Times: ** “The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition had started to look up of late but this year it seems to have slumped back again.” City AM: “it’s scattershot and suffocating and exhausting – but the law… Read More

NEWS: Torn Apart (dissolution) to Transfer to the Hope Theatre

Following a successful run at Theatre N16 last year, Bj McNeill’s Torn Apart (dissolution) transfers to the Hope Theatre from the 4th July.  West Germany, Bremen, the early 1980s. The universities and cafés are full of young people who escaped from the East, the bars are full of American soldiers. Alina, a Polish literature student, bumps… Read More

Five Reasons You Need to See… Annie The Musical, Piccadilly Theatre

Annie the Musical is back in the West End, directed by Nikolai Foster and starring Miranda Hart. Here is five reasons why you need to see it:  1.  The children of the cast: every single young actress on the stage throughout the show are immensely talented and have a great energy about them that brings a… Read More

PREVIEW: Black Cat Cabaret, Underbelly Festival

The Parisian inspired cabaret act is playing select dates as part of this year’s Underbelly Festival.  This dark and daring cabaret act (suitable only for those aged 18 and above) is back with a brand new show that brings to life the world of vintage Montmartre. On entering the Underbelly spiegeltent, audiences will be have close encounters… Read More

PREVIEW: Between the Sheets, Underbelly Festival

The contemporary cabaret act will be returning to London to perform on selcted dates as part of the Underbelly Festival between the 20th July and the 29th September.  Those in search of a thrill will enjoy this display of burlesque and cabaret, performed by artists from the world’s of contemporary burlesque, circus and dance. Keeping the… Read More