Review Round Up: Marnie, English National Opera

This world premiere of Nico Muhly’s latest work based on Winston Graham’s novel and Alfred Hitchock’s film is now playing at the London Coliseum. But what have critics been saying about it?  Marnie is a compelling psychological thriller set in England during the late 1950s. A young woman makes her way through life by embezzling from… Read More

NEWS: From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads to Embark on New UK Tour

Having had successful runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, in London and a UK tour, it has been confirmed that Adrian Berry’s play and production is to embark on a new UK tour next year.  Martin, a young man who lives in a small Northamptonshire village, struggles with mental health issues. When he receives an unexpected… Read More

PREVIEW: The King and I, London Palladium

The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical will arrive in London from June 2018.  Bartlett Sher’s production of the musical will transfer to the London Palladium following a successful run at the Lincoln Center Theatre in New York in 2015. The production, which won four Tony Awards, will see Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe, who will both reprise… Read More

NEWS: HiddenCity Announces The Hunt for the Cheshire Cat

HiddenCity has today announced its brand new adventure taking place in London from the 6th December.  Designed for curious adventurers, The Hunt for the Cheshire Cat will see teams between two and five hunt down the Cheshire Cat who has escaped from Wonderland, following clues that are trailed across the capital. This latest experience is… Read More

Review Round Up: The Architect by Paloma Faith

The latest album from the singer includes the single ‘Crybaby’ – but what have the critics been making of the album?  The Guardian: *** “there’s fun to be had in Til I’m Done’s plastic disco shimmy and the skipping, featherlight pop of Kings and Queens.” NME: *** “The Architect may not quite be the album… Read More

PREVIEW: Vodka is the Reason for the Season, Live at Zedel

Tori Scott will come to London this festive season with her cabaret show Vodka is the Reason for the Season, playing at Live at Zedel from the 18th December.  Named one of Time Out New York’s top 10 cabaret artists, Tori Scott’s show will see her recounting early childhood fascination with Dolly Parton in the movie… Read More

REVIEW: The Girl from the Savoy by Hazel Gaynor

Hazel Gaynor’s novel is filled with glamour and heartache as beneath the dazzle and sparkle of the theatre world four characters try to deal with the aftermath of the First World War.  Dolly Lane is a dreamer; a downtrodden maid who longs to dance on the London stage, but the outbreak of war takes everything… Read More