PREVIEW: Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany 1919-1933

The Tate Modern’s upcoming year long free display will explore  the art of the Weimar Republic (1919-33).  Drawing on the  George Economou Collection, this display of seventy paintings and works on paper will address the complex paradoxes of the Weimar era. The display will offer a rare opportunity  to view a range of artworks not ordinarily on public… Read More

PREVIEW: Michael Che, Union Chapel

US comedian and host of Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update has announced his first London show in three years will take place at the Union Chapel on the 30th July.  Having previously performed in the UK with his shows ‘Cartoon Violence’, his debut in 2013 and, most recently, ‘Six Stars’ in 2015, Michael Che returns to… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of… Translations, National Theatre

Rehearsals have begun for the National Theatre’s production of Brian Friel’s Translations. Here’s a glimpse of what has been happening.  Previewing at the National’s Olivier Theatre from the 22nd May, Brian Friel’s translations is an account  of nationhood, which sees the turbulent relationship between England and Ireland play out in one quiet community. Owen, the prodigal son,… Read More

REVIEW: The Fall, Southwark Playhouse

James Fritz’s powerfully emotional play is brought vividly to life by the talent of the National Youth Theatre in Matt Harrison’s heart-wrenching production.  Coinciding with the National Youth Theatre’s latest production, a survey was carried out about housing, loneliness and growing old. Out of of the 414 responses to the survey, it was revealed that… Read More