Interview with… Louise Coulthard

The writer and actress spoke to Love London Love Culture about her play Cockamamy, playing at the Hope Theatre from the 12th June.  Could you tell me a bit more about what Cockamamy is all about? Cockamamy is a dreadfully funny and heartbreaking tale of companionship. I wrote it whilst caring for Alice, my Gran, who… Read More

NEWS: Buckland Theatre to Make West End Debut with Two For The Seesaw

Buckland Theatre company will make their West End debut with a production of William Gibson’s play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 12th July.  Directed by Gary Condes, Two for the Seesaw is a story of finding out who you are and what you want from life and love. Jerry the brooding Nebraska lawyer has relocated… Read More

NEWS: Andy Moss Cast in Knights of the Rose

Actor Andy Moss has been cast in the upcoming West End production of Knights of the Rose, which opens for previews at the Arts Theatre on the 29th June.  The Hollyoaks and Doctors actor has been cast in the production to play the lead character, knight Gawain. He joins the previously announced Adam Pearce (King Aethelstan) Chris Cowley (Palamon), Oliver… Read More

PREVIEW: Enid Marx: Print,Pattern and Popular Art, House of Illustration

The House of Illustration’s latest exhibition coincides with the 20th anniversary of the textile designer, printmaker and illustrator’s death.  The exhibition will bring together over 150 pieces of the artist’s work and will be one of the most comprehensive retrospectives of her work. Enid Marx is best known for her  fabrics for London Transport’s tube seats… Read More

REVIEW: Chicago, Phoenix Theatre

The classic musical is sharp and sassy as ever but a few of the characterisations could be better defined.  Chicago is a musical that seems to have it all: a strong and catchy soundtrack, sharp and sassy characters, choreography that is as sexy as ever and with an interesting backstory on which it is based.… Read More