NEWS: London Premiere of Talk Radio to Take Place at the Old Red Lion Theatre

From the 29th August, the Old Red Lion Theatre will present the London premiere of Eric Bogosian’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated Talk Radio.  Barry’s show provides a late-night forum for right wing ideology, and he encourages his callers’ extremist behaviour. But Champlain, who sees himself as a God amongst men, is forced to view his own fallibility and… Read More

First Look at… Antic Disposition’s Richard III

Antic Disposition’s production of Shakespeare’s tragedy is currently on a UK tour of six of England’s most historic cathedrals and production images have been released…  The Wars of the Roses are over and King Edward IV rules England. But his brother, Richard, is in no mood to celebrate. With murder, deceit and dark humour as his… Read More

PREVIEW: Dalí / Duchamp, Royal Academy of Arts

The Royal Academy of Arts is to present an exhibition exploring the aesthetic, philosophical and personal links between them.  Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968) and Salvador Dalí (1904–1989) are two artists who are usually seen as complete opposites, but this exhibition aims to reveal their similarities in terms of shared attitudes to art and life that are manifested in… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Fever Pitch the Opera

Casting for the lead roles in the upcoming production of Fever Pitch the Opera, playing at the Union Chapel from the 22nd September, has been announced.  This new production will mark the 25th anniversary since the book was published and is the first musical adaptation of the story, with author Nick Hornby giving his blessing to… Read More

REVIEW: Their Finest

With a strong British cast and spirit, Lone Scherfig’s film doesn’t fail to charm audiences from beginning to end.  Catrin Cole is a Welsh secretary living in 1940’s London until one day she is appointed as a script writer to help write the ‘slop’ (gushy words from a woman’s perspective) for propaganda films and is… Read More