NEWS: Royal Academy of Arts Announces 2019 Exhibition Programme

The Royal Academy of Arts has confirmed details of its 2019 exhibition programme.  The Royal Academy of Arts will begin 2019 with an exhibition that brings together the work of the pioneering video artist, Honorary Royal Academician Bill Viola (b. 1951), with drawings by Michelangelo (1475-1564). On display from the 26th January, the exhibition will reveal… Read More

NEWS: Althea Theatre to Present Jericho’s Rose at the Hope Theatre

Althea Theatre return to London with a production of Lilac Yosiphon’s Jericho’s Rose which will play at the Hope Theatre from the 16th October.  Written and co-directed by Lilac Yosiphon, Jericho’s Rose explores the experience of displacement from the dual perspective of a grandfather struggling with Alzheimer’s and an artist struggling to stay in the UK, asking what… Read More

NEWS: Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N Launches in London

The new immersive experience will open at London’s Excel London on the 29th November, following successful runs in New York, Seoul, Paris, Singapore, Beijing, Taipei and Las Vegas.  This multi-room experience will offer fans of  The Avengers to delve into the super-workings and backstory of each member of The Avengers as they train to become an agent… Read More

REVIEW: When the Curtain Falls by Carrie Hope Fletcher

Carrie Hope Fletcher’s latest novel is a bittersweet novel about the trials and tribulations of relationships – particularly when you work in the theatre.  Written with great insight not only into the backstage world of theatre but also the insecurities and doubts that can complicate relationships, Carrie Hope Fletcher’s When the Curtain Falls is not… Read More

REVIEW: Dusty & Me

Betsan Morris Evans directs this heartwarming film about one misfit boy and his dog which is surprisingly entertaining and enjoyable.  Set in Yorkshire in 1977, Dusty & Me follows the story of Derek (Dusty) as he leaves school with low self-esteem and is seen as misfit in his community and by his father. But this… Read More

REVIEW: Six, Arts Theatre

Funny, upbeat and quintessentially British – Six is the perfect mix of history and pop. Six is a pop concert starring the six Tudor Queens of King Henry VIII. It was written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss and details the lives of the women behind one of the most well known monarchs in British… Read More