NEWS: Charles Court Opera to Return to King’s Head Theatre with The Mikado

It has been announced that Charles Court Opera will return to the King’s Head Theatre with their take on The Mikado.  Performing at the theatre from the 22nd March, Charles Court Opera’s take on Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic comedy masterpiece will be the company’s final production in the historic venue. Behind the closed doors at the British Consulate… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for West End Transfer of Quiz

Casting has been confirmed for the production arriving at the Noel Coward Theatre from the 31st March.  Following its successful run at the Chichester Festival Theatre, James Graham’s latest play transfers to the Noel Coward Theatre from March. Directed by Daniel Evans, the production is set to see Gavin Spokes and Keir Charles reprise their roles… Read More

NEWS: Darth Vader Voted Greatest Film Villain

The legendary Star Wars villain topped a poll by Empire magazine’s website.  Talking about the winning villain, Empire magazine’s  Chris Hewitt said: “Everything about Vader is designed for maximum malevolence. The mask, the voice, the rasping rattle, guaranteed to keep kids awake at night.That feeling that he’s in complete control of every situation. That feeling that if you… Read More

Review Round Up: Lady Windermere’s Fan, Vaudeville Theatre

Jennifer Saunders and Samantha Spiro star in this latest Oscar Wilde production, directed by Kathy Burke. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…  The Independent: **** “The show is uneven but there’s a freshnness here that’s very attractive. Recommended.” The Guardian: *** “This is an uneven production, directed by Kathy Burke, but it has its… Read More

NEWS: San Domino to Play at the Tristan Bates Theatre

Based on Mussolini’s persecution of homosexuals, Tim Anfilogoff and Alan Whittaker’s San Domino will play at the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 5th June.  One night in 1939, Carlo, Claudio and friends are arrested in Catania.   Condemned without any trial, they arrive on San Domino: a prison island solely for gay men.  For all the indignity and squalor of… Read More

REVIEW: Beginning, Ambassadors Theatre

The West End transfer of this heartwarming and engaging new play from David Eldridge has plenty to keep the audience engaged and entertained throughout.  It is easy to see why after coming out of this lovely little show it has proved so popular with audiences and critics alike. With its two socially awkward characters trying… Read More