NEWS: Ovalhouse Receive £3 million Grant for Move to Brixton

The Arts Council have granted the theatre the grant to help support its move to Brixton.  The news of the £3 million grant means that the Ovalhouse theatre are now closer to opening in its new venue in late 2019. The Arts Council confirmed the award of the grant will be invested in the theatre… Read More

NEWS: Final Casting Confirmed for World Premiere of Outlaws to In-Laws

Arriving at the King’s Head Theatre from the 29th August, final casting for this world premiere has been announced.  Seven leading gay writers join forces to tell stories of our lives over seven decades. Seven new short plays spanning the decades from the 1950s to the present day exploring gay lives against a rapidly changing… Read More

NEWS: Turtle Key Arts to Bring Back Musical Portraits Project

Turtle Key Arts have confirmed that it will be bringing back their Musical Portraits project in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery from the 24th until the 27th July.  Held each year since 2010, Turtle Key Arts have produced and devised Musical Portraits to encourage young people to use the portraits at the National Portrait Gallery… Read More

Review Round Up: Queen Anne, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Emma Cunniffe and Romola Garai star in Helen Edmundson’s play directed by Natalie Abrahami. Here’s what critics have been saying about it:  1702 – William III is on the throne and England is on the verge of war. Princess Anne is soon to become Queen, and her advisors vie for influence over the future monarch. Sarah,… Read More

NEWS: Tanya Moodie to Reprise Role in Trouble in Mind

Following her acclaimed performance in Trouble in Mind at the Theatre Royal Bath last year, the Olivier nominated actress will reprise her role as Wiletta in Laurence Boswell’s production.  Tanya Moodie will be making her debut at the Print Room in this production based on Alice Childress’ play, arriving in London from the 14th September… Read More

REVIEW: Grease, New Victoria Theatre

David Gilmore’s electrifying production is plenty of fun to watch but lacking in personality in some of the key performances.  This classic musical about a group of teenagers growing up in the 1950’s, learning about love and the bond of friendship is energetically revived in this entertaining production but at the sacrifice of characterisations that… Read More