PREVIEW: Craft & Graft, Francis Crick Institute

On display from the 1st March, this new exhibition focuses  on the roles of the people to carry out important scientific research.  Craft & Graft will take visitors behind the scenes to explore to roles of  technicians, engineers and specialists supporting science at the institute. Each of the technical teams help to prepare process, make, mend, analyse and innovate. From fixing faults in complex cutting-edge technology to feeding fruit flies and operating robots, they are… Read More

Review Round Up: The American Clock, Old Vic Theatre

Rachel Chavkin directs this revival of Arthur Miller’s play at  the Old Vic Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: *** “The aim is to heighten the story’s timelessness and reflect the nation’s diversity: fine in theory but the effect, paradoxically, is to shift the focus away from the family. The real strength of the production lies in individual scenes that give vivid snapshots of 1930s America.” The Times: ***… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Ain’t Misbehavin’

Casting has been confirmed for Tyrone Huntley’s production,  playing at the Southwark Playhouse from the 19th April.  Paul Taylor Mills and Mercury Theatre Colchester in association with Tamasha Theatre Company have confirmed the full cast for the brand new production of Ain’t Misbehavin’ – the first London revival of the musical in 25 years. Playing at the Southwark Playhouse from the 19th April, following its premiere at Mercury Theatre Colchester from the… Read More

Review Round Up: Don McCullin, Tate Britain

Tate Britain’s latest exhibition showcases some of the  photographer’s impactful images from the last sixty years.  The Guardian: ***** “There is a visceral quality to McCullin’s photographs, in their analogue tonalities, the depth of their blacks and greys, the clarities and dimming of their whites, their strong and weak light, their focus, their attendance on the unconscionable. Evening Standard: ***** “For a man who has been so often under… Read More