Interview With… Guillaume Pigé

Theatre Re’s Artistic Director spoke to Love London Love Culture about The Nature of Forgetting, playing at the Shoreditch Town Hall from the 24th to the 28th April:  Hi Guillaume thank you for talking to Love London Love Culture. Could you tell me a little bit more about The Nature of Forgetting? The Nature of Forgetting… Read More

NEWS:Diana Vickers to Star in Myth: The Rise and Fall of Orpheus at The Other Palace

It has been announced that Diana Vickers has joined the cast of rock musical Myth: The Rise and Fall of Orpheus to play the female lead character, Eurydice as a new video is released.  Diana, who became a household name as a semi-finalist on The X Factor 10 years ago, has taken over the role from Jessamy Stoddart, who… Read More

PREVIEW: Frida Kahlo:Making Her Self Up, Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum have announced details of its upcoming Frida Kahlo exhibition, on display from the 16th June.  The museum will explore how this internationally recognised artist fashioned her identity and will be the first exhibition to display Kahlo’s clothes and possessions, reuniting them with key self-portraits and photographs to offer new insight… Read More

Review Round Up: Victorian Giants: The Birth of Art Photography, National Portrait Gallery

The National Portrait Gallery’s current exhibition explores the relationship between four ground-breaking Victorian artists: Julia Margaret Cameron, Lewis Carroll, Lady Clementina Hawarden and Oscar Rejlander. Here’s what critics have been saying about it… The Guardian: ***** ” This captivating show proves that the most exciting thing happening in Victorian art was photography, and the bold and revolutionary… Read More

PREVIEW: So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs, Pleasance Theatre

Doctor Ben Garrod stars in this new family show which takes audiences on a pre-historic journey, playing at the Pleasance Theatre from the 16th to the 18th March as part of its UK tour.  Through this interactive show, Doctor Ben Garrod (with the help of film footage from BBC’s ‘Planet Dinosaur’ and photos of his own palaeontological… Read More

REVIEW: Abducting Diana, Hen and Chickens Theatre

This over the top and silly production shows great enthusiasm from the cast but lacks punch in terms of plot.  Theatre of Heaven & Hell revisit the work of Dario Fo for their latest production – this time Dario Fo’s Abducting Diana is put under the spotlight in Michael Ward’s energetic and bizarre production. Diana… Read More