PREVIEW: All or Nothing, Arts Theatre

The musical based on the story of the Small Faces will play a limited West End run at the Arts Theatre in 2018.  In 1965, a new phenomenon erupted out of London’s East End.  It was the essence of all that was cool.  It was Mod.  ALL OR NOTHING follows the rise and demise of the Small Faces,… Read More

PREVIEW: The Invisible Man, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch

The next production to open at the theatre is a new adaptation of H.G Wells’ sci fi classic The Invisible Man, playing from the 27th October.  The 19th Century draws to a smoggy close and in a small room on Great Portland Street, scientist Jack Griffin discovers something that he has quite literally, never been… Read More

Review Round Up: Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, Wyndham’s Theatre

Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham star in Simon Stephens’ play of love and physics. Here’s Love London Love Culture’s round up of the reviews… In this uncertain world, who can predict what brings people together? When two strangers meet by chance amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, their lives are changed forever. The… Read More

New Music: One Night Only, Leading Ladies

The first track from the debut album from Leading Ladies, a group made up of Amber Riley, Beverley Knight and Cassidy Janson.  Taken from the hit musical Dreamgirls, ‘One Night Only’ is the first track to give people a taste of what to expect from the upcoming release of Songs from the Stage from these… Read More

NEWS: X Factor Judge Louis Walsh to Appear in Nativity! The Musical

It has been announced today that the X Factor judge will appear in the musical when it arrives in London from the 13th to the 17th December.  Making his stage debut in the production as Hollywood Producer, Louis Walsh has also previous managed Johnny Logan, Boyzone and Westlife – three of Ireland’s best known acts. Talking about the news… Read More

REVIEW: Young Frankenstein, Garrick Theatre

Mad and bizarrely brilliant, this musical based on the classic 1974 film is a great way to cure the blues.  If there is a more madly brilliant show than Young Frankenstein in the West End then I have yet to see it. Filled with quirky characters and some brilliantly witty songs, this is definitely a… Read More