NEWS: Further Guests Added to Space Shambles at the Royal Albert Hall

More special guests have been announced to join  Robin Ince and Chris Hadfield’s Space Shambles at the Royal Albert Hall on the 15th June.  Combining comedy, science and music, Space Shambles arrives at the Royal Albert Hall next month, with space scientist Prof Monica Grady, acclaimed stand-up Stewart Lee and folk singer-songwriter Grace Petrie have been confirmed as the latest acts for the show, a headline… Read More

NEWS: Wigmore Hall and Avex Classics to Present Rachmaninov programme

The concert will see Avex Classics International return to the Wigmore Hall on Saturday 2nd June with a second recital.   Focusing on the work of Rachmaninov, the concert will feature performances from by Rachmaninov Specialist and multi award-winning cellist Yuki Ito with acclaimed pianist Sofya Gulyak and will be the first time the Wigmore Hall will present… Read More

Review Round Up: Nine Night, National Theatre

The National Theatre presents Natasha Gordon’s debut play, directed by Roy Alexander Weise and stars Franc Ashman, Oliver Alvin-Wilson and Michelle Greenidge among the cast. Here’s what critics have been saying about it… Gloria is gravely sick. When her time comes, the celebration begins; the traditional Jamaican Nine Night Wake. But for Gloria’s children and grandchildren, marking her death… Read More

Interview With…Oli Weatherly

Performer Oli Weatherly spoke to Love London Love Culture about his show Stick or Wizzard, playing as part of the Wandsworth Fringe on the 6th and 13th May.  For those coming along, what is Stick or Wizzard all about? Well, Stick or Wizzard is like an unusual journey – for both the audience and myself. Not… Read More

Review Round Up: Shape of Light: 100 Years of Photography and Abstract Art, Tate Modern

On display from the 2nd May, Tate Modern’s latest exhibition explores the relationship between photography and abstract art by presenting work by artists such as Man Ray and Alfred Stieglitz. Here’s what critics have had to say about it…  The Guardian: **** “The result is a kind of mirror-history of the medium’s relationship to documentary and abstract… Read More