Review Round Up: Three Sisters, National Theatre

We rounded up the reviews for a new production of Three Sisters at the National Theatre. The Upcoming: “All this makes Ellams’s Three Sisters a strong but currently flawed success which won’t need much improvement to turn it into a true masterpiece.” Time Out: *** “It’s a free adaptation that could afford to be freer, to dig… Read More

First Impressions of…In the Heights Trailer

The film based on Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical is set to be released in the Summer 2020. If there is ever a musical that celebrates diversity, hope and dreams then it is most definitely In the Heights – which is why it such a joy to see it being brought to cinema screens next Summer. But… Read More

Review Round Up: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, London Palladium

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the London Palladium’s 2019 festive offering. The Telegraph: ** “Certainly Clary possesses a genuine talent for double entendre, but after the 10th or 20th joke about ‘swallowing swords’ or spending time under a ‘big top’ (circus tent), patience grew a little thin and laughs less frequent.… Read More

REVIEW: The Snow Queen, Rose Theatre

Once again, the Rose Theatre uses plenty of creativity for its festive offering to capture younger audience members imagination. If you are looking for a Christmas show that has plenty of magic, a talking reindeer and a great sense of humour at the centre of it – then pay a visit to the Rose Theatre… Read More