PREVIEW: Tiny Dynamite, Old Red Lion Theatre

Abi Morgan’s play to  return to London for the first time in fifteen years, directed by David Loumgair.  During their annual pilgrimage to the countryside, two childhood friends, forever bound by a terrible event from their past, encounter a beautiful stranger who couldn’t possibly exist. Threatening to uncover a truth long since buried, these friends must… Read More

NEWS: Emma Rice’s Brief Encounter to Return to West End

Kneehigh Theatre’s production of Noël Coward’s play will arrive in London following runs at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre and The Lowry, Salford.  “I’m a happily married woman. Or rather I was until a few weeks ago. This is my whole world and it’s enough, or rather it was until a few weeks ago.” Your heart dances. The… Read More

NEWS: Marisha Wallace Announces Two London Concerts

The singer and actress  has announced two special concerts to celebrate the release of her debut album.  Following on from the news that she will be taking on the role of Effie White full time from next week, Marisha Wallace has announced that she will be performing two special concerts at the Charing Cross Theatre… Read More

Review Round Up: Network, National Theatre

Michelle Dockery and Bryan Cranston star in Lee Hall’s adaptation of Network, and directed by Ivo Van Hove. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews here:  The Guardian: ***** “But the success of the show, which runs for two hours without interval, lies in its capacity to use every facet of live theatre to warn… Read More

REVIEW: bloom by Will Dutta

The composer’s second album is filled with intensity and excellent combination of music to make it a fascinating album to listen to.  Five years on from the release of his debut album, Will Dutta has reunited with Plaid (Warp), composer Max de Wardener, sound designer Manuel Poletti (IRCAM) and Ed Macfarlane of the Friendly Fires for… Read More

PREVIEW: CircusFest 2018, Roundhouse

The Roundhouse has confirmed details for CircusFest 2018, running at the venue from the 3rd to the 27th April.  Marking the 250th anniversary since the invention of modern circus, the Roundhouse has confirmed details of its 2018 CircusFest, which celebrates the future of circus as well as the point where circus collides with theatre, dance, live… Read More

PREVIEW: All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, Tate Britain

Tate Britain will explore how artists have managed to capture the experience of life in a landmark exhibition on display from the 28th February 2018.  Showcasing over 100 works, All Too Human will examine how artists such as Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon managed to capture personal and immediate experiences and events. As well as the work… Read More

REVIEW: Spamalot, New Victoria Theatre

Based on Monty Python’s 1975 film, this musical captures the spirit of the original material – but also shows just how dated some of the humour is.  Adapted from the original Monthy Python and the Holy Grail film that is considered to be one of the best Monty Python films, Spamalot really captures the spirit… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Long Day’s Journey into Night

The full casting for the West End transfer of Richard Eyre’s production of Eugene O’Neill’s play has been announced.  Following its successful run at the Bristol Old Vic, Richard Eyre’s production of Long Day’s Journey into Night will transfer to London’s Wyndham’s Theatre from the 27th January for a limited season. Joining the previously announced Jeremy Irons… Read More