Interview with…Cressida Peever

The writer chatted to Emma Clarendon about Shotgun Carousel’s new experience Red Palace, playing at The Vaults from the 24th September. Hi Cressida, thank you for talking to me. What can we expect from Red Palace? Red Palace is an opportunity for our audience members to don a mask and be whoever they want to… Read More

Interview With… Audrey Brisson and Danny Mac

We speak to Audrey Brisson and Danny Mac about the five-star musical adaptation of the hit film, Amélie, which follows a young woman with a gift for quietly bringing joy to those around her. What can you tell us about the show? Danny: It’s a show with a very simple meaning that I think we… Read More

NEWS: Shortlist Announced for The Stage Debut Awards

The Stage has today announced the shortlist for this year’s Stage Debut Awards. This year’s shortlist includes emerging talent from across the UK, including nominees from productions in Colchester, Sheffield, Leicester, Glasgow, Birmingham and Cardiff. Voting has also opened for The Joe Allen Best West End Debut Award 2019. It has also been announced that two new categories have… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Food & Drink Picks: August 2019

Looking to dine out in London? Or for a special food and drink experience? Here’s LLLC’s tips for this month… Wine and Cheese tasting for two at Dionysius Shop: stocking a variety of Italian wines, the Dionysius Shop also offers wine and cheese tastings in which guest can learn about the different flavours while sampling… Read More

PREVIEW: Amélie The Musical, The Other Palace

The musical, based on the hit film, will transfer to London following a successful UK tour. Playing at The Other Palace from the 29th November, the acclaimed musical directed by Michael Fentiman will see French-Canadian stage and screen star Audrey Brisson starring as the title role when it heads to London. The cast for the… Read More

PREVIEW: The Permanent Way, The Vaults

The revival of David Hare’s play will be presented at The Vaults from the 13th September. This first London revival of the play since its premiere at the National Theatre in 2004 is set to be directed by Alexander Lass, nominated for Best Director at the 2017 Stage Debut awards for 46 Beacon at Trafalgar… Read More

REVIEW: The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Iris Theatre, St Paul’s Church

Iris Theatre’s adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel is certainly an ambitious and refreshing take on the story – but can’t always make up its mind whether it wants to be taken seriously or not. This latest production in Iris Theatre’s Summer season at St Paul’s Church shows how consistently brave, bold and ambitious the… Read More