PREVIEW: Up Close With Marilyn: Portraits by Milton H. Greene, Proud Galleries

On display from the 11th May, Proud Galleries will present an exhibition featuring rare portraits of Hollywood star Marilyn Monroe.  The exhibition will feature many of the images of the iconic actress captured by Milton H.Greene, who photographed Marilyn Monroe in more than 50 different settings resulting in an archive of over 3000 images. As one… Read More

Review Round Up: Chess, London Coliseum

Chess is officially back in London, directed by Laurence Connor and starring Alexandra Burke, Michael Ball and Cassidy Janson. Here’s what the critics have been saying about it…  Rewrite This Story: *** “Benny and Björn’s virtuosic score soars and stoops in the most stunning, moving way. The outstanding orchestra are faultless- you’d be hard pressed… Read More

NEWS: Antic Disposition’s Much Ado About Nothing to Tour UK

The theatre company has confirmed their production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing will tour to seven of England’s cathedrals and London’s historic Gray’s Inn Hall this summer.  Drawing inspiration from  the beloved films of French comic genius Jacques Tati (Jour de fête; Les Vacances de Monsieur Hulot; Mon Oncle), Antic Disposition’s production of the comedy… Read More

REVIEW: Chess, London Coliseum

Chris Omaweng paid a visit to the London Coliseum to see the revival  of the 1980’s musical.  You know the storyline is going to be a little difficult to follow if, like me, you’ve never seen Chess before, when there is a two-page synopsis in the show’s programme. There are a lot of us experiencing… Read More