NEWS: Mark Gatiss Joins Cast of Dark Sublime

The stage and screen star will join the production, playing at the  Trafalgar Studios from the 25th June.   It has been announced that Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, BBC1; Doctor Who, BBC1; The Madness of George III, Nottingham Playhouse; The League of Gentlemen, BBC Two and UK tour) will be lending his voice for the part of Kosley, a hysterical talking computer, in the world premiere of Dark… Read More

Interview With…Emma Pritchard

The writer and performer chatted to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about  bringing ‘Armour’ to the Vault Festival.  For those who don’t know – what is ‘Armour’ all about?Armour is a coming-of-age comedy about being young and dealing with change. Susie is 14 and her life is falling apart. Her dad just left (coming back a week later for the freezer), her sister’s moved out to live with her boyfriend, who… Read More

REVIEW: Thomas, Snapper Theatre, The Vault Festival

The Vault Festival is always an experience – London’s biggest arts and entertainment festival enables fans of theatre, comedy, music and cabaret to discover new shows and acts while exploring the tunnels beneath Waterloo Station. This year’s festival is off to a strong start thanks to Snapper Theatre’s current production, Thomas, playing at the Network… Read More

PREVIEW: Food: Bigger Than the Plate, Victoria and Albert Museum

The V&A’s exhibition will explore just how individuals and companies are reinventing how we grow, distribute and experience food. On display from the 18th May, Food: Bigger Than the Plate will take visitors on a sensory journey through the food cycle, from compost to table, it poses questions about how the collective choices we make can lead to a more sustainable, just and delicious food future… Read More

NEWS: Mischief Theatre Announces Year Long Residency at Vaudeville Theatre

Mischief Theatre will take over the Vaudeville Theatre from September.  Mischief Theatre will present three new pieces of work during its year long residency in the Vaudeville theatre, opening with Groan Ups in September. Groan Ups will see the original cast of the Mischief Theatre company reuniting for this new comedy show, with tickets going on sale to the public from the… Read More