Review Round Up: Knives Out

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this all-star murder mystery. Den of Geek: ***** “Knives Out may not be an awards frontrunner. It doesn’t particularly tackle big topics, or take particularly shocking creative risks. Some may even find the characters and script a bit too broad. What it does offer, though, is a pacey and… Read More

First Look at… The Prince of Egypt’s Costume Sketches by Ann Hould-Ward

The Prince of Egypt musical has released the first costume sketches by the Tony Award-winning Broadway designer Ann Hould-Ward.  The new musical based on the DreamWorks Animation film will begin performances at the Dominion Theatre on the 5th February 2020 and is set to feature a collection of over 380 costumes and 250 pairs of shoes. Talking… Read More

NEWS: Fire Hazard Games Announce Jekyll / Hyde Game

Fire Hazard Games have announced details of its latest game for adults based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Gothic masterpiece, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Running at The Vaults from the 12th February until the 22nd March, Jekyll/Hyde will explore themes such as identity, the unreliability of memory, moral conflict, terrible ambition, and unbridled hedonism. What… Read More

Review Round Up: Wolf of Wall Street, 5 – 15 Sun Street

Discover what critics had to say about the immersive production based on Jordan Belfort’s memoirs. Londonist: ** “Wolf is extensive-to-sprawling and all the ingredients are here: it’s just that they came from Wilko rather than Wall Street. The bear-pit trading floor has six cheap flatpack desks and second hand carpet tiles, billionaire Belfort’s bedroom and… Read More