NEWS: Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean to Return to the Trafalgar Studios

Following a previous successful run at the theatre, Coming Clean will return to Trafalgar Studios 2 for a limited run. The production will be directed by  Adam Spreadbury-Maher, Artistic Director of the King’s Head Theatre, who directed the 35th anniversary production in 2017 and transferred to the Trafalgar Studios earlier this year. It has been… Read More

Five Minutes With… Rebecca Smith-Williams

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Pavilion at Theatr Clwyd. Hi Rebecca, could you tell me a bit more about what Pavilion is about? Pavilion is about a small town in Wales and it’s inhabitants. It’s billed as a comedy and it is certainly very funny but it’s got some big messages… Read More

PREVIEW: Buddhism, British Library

The British Library will explore the rise of Buddhism in a new exhibition that will open to the public from the 25th October. Discover how Buddhism grew from its beginnings in 6th-century BCE India to having over 500 million international followers today in this new exhibition at the British Library. The exhibition will feature Buddhist… Read More

NEWS: Before I Was a Bear to Play at The Bunker Theatre

Eleanor Tindall’s debut play will be performed at the Bunker Theatre from the 12th November. Reimagining Greek mythology, Eleanor Tindall’s Before I Was A Bear is a one woman show about friendship, fluid sexuality and hot television detectives. On a rainy Wednesday evening, Cally sits at her local pub waiting for her best friend. She… Read More

REVIEW: Mites, Tristan Bates Theatre

James Mannion’s deeply disturbing but bleakly funny play is given a thoroughly gripping production at the Tristan Bates Theatre. Given today (10th October) is world Mental Health Awareness day it seems appropriate that I’m now reviewing a show that places so much heartbreaking awareness of just how much a mental health problem can cause your… Read More