NEWS: Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman to Have West End Run

The production will play for a limited run at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 24th July. It has been announced that Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman will be heading to the West End this summer. In a totalitarian state a Writer is questioned by the authorities about a spate of murders that bear similarities… Read More

PREVIEW: Bruno Tonioli Presents: Classic Hits of Opera and Musicals, London Palladium

The concert will take place at the London Palladium on the 3rd March. Hosted by Strictly Come Dancing’s Bruno Tonioli and starring tenor Joseph Calleja and classical Brits nominee and BBC Music Ambassador Carly Paoli, the concert will present some classic hits including Nessun Dorma, La Donna è Mobile, Moon River, Granada, The Loveliest Night of the… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for UK Tour of Bat Out of Hell

The production will open at the Manchester Opera House on the 10th September. Producers for the upcoming UK tour of Bat Out of Hell have announced that Sharon Sexton and Rob Fowler will return to the roles of of Sloane and Falco (both starred recently in the Mamma Mia! International Tour and the original West End cast… Read More

NEWS: School of Rock to Embark on UK Tour in 2021

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical will be heading to venues across the UK following its run in the West End. It has been announced that the Broadway and West End musical is set to embark on a UK tour in 2021, opening at the Birmingham Alexandra Theatre on 13th February. Based on the hit film starring Jack… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Gentlemen at the Arcola Theatre

Matt Parvin’s drama will run at the Arcola Theatre from the 18th March. Full casting has been announced for the upcoming production of Matt Parvin’s new drama that examines the limits of retribution and the power of social status at university. Directed by Richard Spier, the production is set to star: Will Merrick (Skins, The… Read More

Review Round Up: David Hockney: Drawing From Life, National Portrait Gallery

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for this latest David Hockney exhibition. Evening Standard: **** “Right now over at the Royal Academy there are line portraits by Picasso that show greater clarity, sureness and economy of line (there’s an early etching of a naked Hockney facing an indifferent Picasso; he liked to pay… Read More

Interview with…Adam Sina

The actor chatted to us about starring in Brian Cox’s production of Sinners at the Playground Theatre. Could you explain what Sinners is about? Sinners is a love story. Set against the backdrop of a volatile Middle Eastern state. A state under the governance of a fundamentalist regime, one that has implemented a strict criminal… Read More

NEWS: The Respectable Prostitute to Play at the Playground Theatre

The production will begin performances at the theatre from the 20th May. Jonathan Taylor Productions has announced a production of Jean-Paul Sartre’s The Respectable Prostitute will be presented at the Playground Theatre from this May. 1940s America is hot, steamy, and wild. Neon signs fill the streets with light while a sinister air blows. Powerful… Read More

NEWS: The Prince of Egypt Announces Extension

Now officially open at the Dominion Theatre, the musical has announced it is extending its run in the West End. Based on the Dreamworks Animation film, it has been announced the musical is extending its run in the West End by seven weeks and is now booking until the 31st October. The Prince of Egypt… Read More

Review Round Up: Dark Waters

Mark Ruffalo stars in this new film from Todd Haynes, based on the true story of lawyer taking on a company that dumped toxic chemicals in West Virginia for years. The Guardian: **** “It’s a procedural, and all the fascination is in the detail: the mounds of documents, the boardroom discussions, the cunning courtroom strategies… Read More