Review Round Up: Rainbow by Kesha

Kesha is back with a brand new album – but does she win over the critics with her latest release?  The Guardian: *** “Rainbow is both stranger and more normal than you expect; uneven – does Kesha really rhyme “highway” with “Hyundai”? – but likable.” Variety: “The moment for some kind of personal revelation is nigh, but all… Read More

NEWS: Henry Naylor’s Award Winning Play Angel to Play at the Arcola Theatre

Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, it has been announced that Henry Naylor’s play will run at the Arcola Theatre from the 11th September.  Syria, 2014. In the town of Kobane, there’s a siege as fierce as Stalingrad. ISIS, having steam-rollered through Iraq, are expecting to take the town easily.… Read More

PREVIEW: Dirty Dancing, New Victoria Theatre

Marking the film’s 30th anniversary, the stage production of the classic Patrick Swayze film arrives in Woking from the 5th September.  Following two successful West End runs and two previous UK tours, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage will visit the New Victoria Theatre from the 5th to the 9th September. It’s the… Read More

PREVIEW: The Phantom of the Opera, London Coliseum

Roy Budd’s lost score for Rupert Julian’s silent film The Phantom of the Opera will premiere at the London Coliseum on the 8th October.  Twenty four years after the composer’s death, his score for the film will be performed live by the 77 piece Docklands Sinfonia Orchestra, conducted by Spencer Down, alongside a screening of… Read More

NEWS: Full Programme Announced for CASA 2017

The festival, which runs across two off-West End theatres from the 3rd September, has confirmed details of its programme – including three brand new shows for UK Week.  This Latin American theatre festival marks its 10th anniversary in 2017 and will showcase a wide variety of work in which  artists, audiences and participants of all backgrounds… Read More