REVIEW: Can You Keep a Secret?

This charming romantic comedy based on the book by Sophie Kinsella is an easygoing and enjoyable watch. What makes Sophie Kinsella’s books such as Confessions of a Shopaholic so appealing is that the central character is always likeable and relatable – which is very much the case in this film adaptation of Can You Keep… Read More

Interview With…Joe Matty

The actor chatted to Emma Clarendon about Boundless Theatre’s new fiction podcast Radio Elusia written by Nina Segal. Hi Joe – could you explain what Radio Elusia is about? Radio Elusia is about standing up for what you believe in. It is about youth insurgency, power, freedom and friendship. Set in the fictional world of Elusia, the government… Read More

NEWS: The Show Must Go Online to Perform Ian Doescher’s Shakespeare’s Star Wars

It was announced today that The Show Must Go Online will perform a special live performance of Ian Doescher’s Shakespeare’s Star Wars, presented by Quirk Books as part of their Pop Shakespeare Events. In honour of May the 4th, it was confirmed that The Show Must Go Online will perform a special performance of Ian Doescher’s Shakespeare’s Star… Read More

NEWS: By Jeeves Announced as Next Show to be Streamed on The Shows Must Go On

This will be the sixth show to stream as part of The Shows Must Go on Series. It has been announced that the 2001 recording of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn’s musical based on P.G. Wodehouse’s famous characters will be the next production to be screened as part of The Shows Must Go on… Read More

NEWS: BFI Announces BFI Japan 2020: Over 100 Years of Japanese Cinema

The BFI has today announced highlights of BFI Japan 2020, a major celebration of Japanese cinema set to launch on the 11th May. Having originally scheduled to run in venues across the UK from May – September 2020, this newly announced six month season will include the programming of nine e new online collections of… Read More

REVIEW: Present Laughter, St James Theater, Broadway (2017)

Moritz von Stuelpnagel’s straightforward and gently comical production of Noel Coward’s comedy is enjoyable to watch thanks to a strong central performance from Kevin Kline. Intrigues, secrets, affairs and a man worried about his future career now that he is in his fifties all lie at the heart of this deliciously chaotic play that while… Read More