Interview With…Jessica Wilson

The director chatted to Emma Clarendon about Passenger, playing as part of the Greenwich and Docklands International Festival from the 21st June. Hi Jessica, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain a bit more about what ‘Passenger’ is about? Passenger is set on board a moving bus. It was originally inspired by… Read More

Review Round Up: City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert

The author of the acclaimed memoir Eat, Pray, Love, is back with a brand new novel. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews… The Guardian: “It would be easy to dismiss City of Girls as joyous escapism, and God knows there’s little enough of that around right now. But look more closely and what you’ll see… Read More

NEWS: New Cast Announced for The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

The current UK tour cast are set to join the West End production from the 25th June. Mischief Theatre have confirmed that the UK tour cast will be joining the West End production of the Olivier nominated The Comedy About a Bank Robbery later this month. Having recently announced that it is booking at the… Read More

NEWS: New Gin Bar and Cocktail Menu Launched at Royal Academy of Arts

The new menu and bar has launched to celebrate the Royal Academy’s Summer exhibition. The Royal Academy’s new gin bar and G&T cocktail menu has launched for the duration of the Royal Academy of Arts Summer exhibition which is on display until the 12th August. Available in the admission free part of the RA, Peyton… Read More

REVIEW: Afterglow, Southwark Playhouse

S.Asher Gelman’s play offers an insight into how complicated modern relationships can get – but doesn’t feel as convincing as it could do in this production. Premiering in London following a hugely successful run Off-Broadway, S.Asher Gelman’s play explores what defines a ‘normal’ relationship and how to balance your life as an individual with being… Read More