REVIEW: An Ideal Husband, Vaudeville Theatre

Classic Spring’s latest production features some lovely performances but is just lacking in sharpness to make the most of the witty dialogue.  Directed by Jonathan Church, An Ideal Husband is a wonderful warm and affectionate production – yet somehow is lacking slightly in sparkle and sharpness to make it truly satisfying. When Sir Robert Chiltern… Read More

REVIEW: Baby Box, King’s Head Theatre

Babybox is hilarious, touching and will make you appreciate the highs and lows of womanhood. Babybox is a new British play that looks at the lives of two sisters, both facing issues with their identities as women. The show begins with the two young sisters discussing the gradual transition from childhood to adolescence before taking… Read More

Review Round Up: Mood Music, Old Vic Theatre

Joe Penhall’s play about the music industry has officially opened at the Old Vic Theatre. Here’s what critics have been saying about it…  The Stage: **** “Penhall puts the musical idea of tension and resolution into his characters to create a fascinating, quietly gripping examination of creativity and everything that goes with it.” The Arts… Read More

NEWS: Judi Jackson to Record Debut Live Album at the Theatre Royal Stratford East

The up and coming jazz singer will record her album live at the theatre on the 10th June.  Having already announced that the singer will be making her stage debut  in Cafe Society Swing at Theatre Royal Stratford East from the 5th to the 16th June and the release of her self-penned record ’Over The Moon’,… Read More