REVIEW: The Humans, Hampstead Theatre

Maddie Cordes paid a visit to the Hampstead Theatre to catch a performance of  Stephen Karam’s drama.  Good theatre gets in our heads and starts conversations long after the play has been watched. This is certainly achieved with The Humans which shines a light on a sliver of “normal” family life,  bringing together three generations… Read More

NEWS: West End Transfer Announced for The Price

The 50th anniversary production Arthur Miller’s The Price will transfer to the Wyndham’s Theatre in 2019.  The transfer of Jonathan Church’s production is set to see David Suchet and Olivier Award winner and BAFTA and Emmy nominated Brendan Coyle reprising their roles as furniture dealer Gregory Solomon and New York cop Victor Franz in the West End run of the… Read More

NEWS: West End Transfer Announced for The Lehman Trilogy

Neal Street Productions has announced that its co-production with the National Theatre will transfer to the Piccadilly Theatre from the 11th May 2019.  Playing for a twelve week season at the Piccadilly Theatre, Sam Mendes’s production of Ben Power’s adaptation of Stefano Massini’s text tells the story of the rise and fall of the Lehman family’s… Read More

Interview With…Liza Pulman

Fascinating Aida’s Liza Pulman spoke to Emma Clarendon ahead of her show at The Other Palace.  Hi Liza, thanks so much for talking to me. How excited are you about being back in London?  London is where I was born. It’s where I trained and where I have spent almost my entire adult life! Getting to… Read More

Review Round Up: The Inheritance, Noel Coward Theatre

Stephen Daldry’s production opens at the Noel Coward Theatre, following a successful run at the Young Vic earlier this year. Here’s what critics have said about it…  WhatsOnStage: ***** “It’s as beautiful as it is harrowing, as searingly sad as it is rambunctiously funny, as intellectually rigorous as it is joyously accessible, and as thrillingly… Read More

Review Round Up: Mayerling, Royal Opera House

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this revival of Kenneth MacMillan’s dark ballet, now playing at the Royal Opera House.  The Guardian: *** “If the lack of chemistry between the two leads was disappointing, the production as a whole is splendid. Nicholas Georgiadis’s brooding designs perfectly convey the claustrophobia and stifling protocol of… Read More