NEWS: Limited Edition of Doris Day Her Greatest Songs to be Released

Marking what would have been Doris Day’s 98th Birthday a limited edition release of ‘Her Greatest Songs’ will be released on the 10th April. The new album celebrating what would have been the singer and actress’s 98th birthday is set to include her most beloved songs such as Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera,… Read More

Review Round Up: Love Love Love, Lyric Hammersmith

We round up the reviews for Mike Bartlett’s play, running at the Lyric Hammersmith until the 4th April. The Guardian: **** “Bartlett’s dialogue is brilliant, from the whip-smart satire to its finely observed comment on youth, ageing and what remains of idealism in mid-life. The cast is uniformly brilliant, too, in bringing out both the… Read More

Interview With…Lisa Jen Brown

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Milky Peaks at the Theatr Clwyd from the 20th March. Hi Lisa, could you explain what Milky Peaks is about? Milky Peaks is about a small town in snowdonia that’s incredibly welsh, they think they have been nominated for an award called Britain’s Best  town for being… Read More

Review Round Up: Andy Warhol, Tate Modern

A major new retrospective looking at the artist’s work is now on display at Tate Modern. Here’s what the critics have had to say about it… The Observer: *** “Sixty Last Suppers is ultimately as affectless as Warhol so often wants to be. That it gets an entire gallery to itself exposes the flaws of this… Read More