Inside the Rehearsals of…Hair the Musical, The Vaults

New rehearsal images have been released for the upcoming 50th anniversary production of Hair the Musical, playing at The Vaults from the 4th October. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening:  1967 and HAIR‘s hippie-hood youngsters live as The Tribe, in the East Village of New York: yearning to change the world, questioning authority… Read More

PREVIEW: Voila! Europe 2017 Festival

Running from the 8th to the 18th November at the Cockpit Theatre, Etcetera  Theatre and Applecart Arts, Voila! Europe is a festival that will showcase plays from around Europe and the UK to London’s multi-national audiences. Featuring thirty different pieces of work including new pieces of writing by emerging artists to classics revisited by well-loved companies,… Read More

NEWS: Milly Thomas’ Dust to Transfer to the Soho Theatre

Following on from a run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, it has been announced Dust will transfer to the Soho Theatre from the 20th February 2018.  Based on Thomas’ own experiences of depression as well as her desire to talk more about suicide and mental health, Dust is a comedic treatment of one woman’s… Read More

NEWS: Cirque du Soleil’s OVO Announces Three Additional Weeks

Cirque du Soleil has announced that it has added three additional weeks to its run at the Royal Albert Hall due to popular demand.    Making its UK debut at the Royal Albert Hall from the 7th January 2018, Cirque du Soleil has confirmed that due to high demand, its show OVO wil now play… Read More

NEWS: Marianne Elliott to Direct Stephen Sondheim & George Furth’s Company

It has been announced that Marianne Elliott will direct a new production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth’s award winning musical Company.  The production will open for a strictly limited run at the Gielgud Theatre from the 26th September 2018 and will for the first time ever see the lead role of Bobby  re-imagined as a… Read More

REVIEW: Rebel Angel, Old Operating Theatre Museum

This fascinating and engaging play about John Keats is wonderfully brought to life with plenty of passion. The Old Operating Theatre Museum proves to be a wonderfully appropriate and atmospheric location to perform Rebel Angel – making the audience feel as up close and personal to the action as it is possible to get, making… Read More