NEWS: Cassie McFarlane’s Mad As Hell to Play at the Jermyn Street Theatre

It has been announced that Cassie McFarlane and Adrian Hope’s play will be performed at the Jermyn Street Theatre as part of its Scandal Season.  A bar in Jamaica. The early 1960s. When womanizing, hell-raising film star Peter Finch meets Eletha Barrett, a charismatic island girl, they both get more than they bargained for. The relationship between… Read More

PREVIEW: Dai Fujikura Portrait, Wigmore Hall

Following last year’s Avex Recital Series, Avex now launch its 2018 programme with a special concert focusing on the work of Dai Fujikura  at the Wigmore Hall on the 17th February.  Featuring musicians from around the world, the concert will also mark several UK premières as well as a world premiere of a piece for solo piano. The artists… Read More

Review Round Up: Early Man

Nick Park’s latest animated film takes audiences back to the stone age – but what have critics said about it? Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…  The Guardian: **** “Early Man does little to move things on, in evolutionary terms, but – for younger viewers especially – its straightforward storytelling and gentle humour… Read More

NEWS: Alula Cyr to Tour UK with Hyena

The all-female Cyr wheel trio will take their debut production of Hyena to venues across the UK from the 1st March.  This debut production from the Alula Cyr combines acrobatics, dance and song to celebrate female strength through synchronised displays of sisterhood. Created and performed by  Jessica Ladley, Lil Rice and Fiona Thornhill, Hyena includes never-before-seen set pieces such as the ‘Cyr Ball’… Read More

REVIEW: Bunny, Tristan Bates Theatre

This perceptive monologue by Jack Thorne tackles a huge range of topics as seen through the eyes of one teenage girl.  This refreshing and lively piece of writing by Jack Thorne really gets to the heart of the struggles of a young person trying to find her place in this modern life filled with racism,… Read More