NEWS: Cast Announced for The Show Must Go Online’s Henry IV Part 1

The company have announced the full cast for its upcoming livestreamed reading of Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part 1. Taking place tomorrow evening (24th June) at 7pm, The Show Must Go Online has today announced full casting for Henry IV Part One. The cast is set to include: Natalie Ann Boyd (Lady Percy), Leo Atkin (Owen… Read More

NEWS: Lockdown Theatre Announces Live Virtual Table Reading of A Bit of Waiting for Godot

Lockdown Theatre in association with The Royal Theatrical Fund has announced a live virtual table read of “A Bit of Waiting for Godot” taken from Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot on Sunday 28 June at 7pm.  This live table reading will see Jonathan Church directing Robert Lindsay (Estragon), Michael Palin (Vladimir) with Joanna Lumley narrating. This is a unique opportunity to take part in a one-night-only,… Read More

NEWS: Yellow Earth Theatre Announce Recipient of the 2020 Constellation Creatives Drama Student Bursary

The bursary, now in its 9th year aims to encourage and promote greater participation and representation of East Asian actors on stage and screen. Yellow Earth Theatre have announced that Sky Yang from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Artis the recipient of the 2020 Constellation Creatives Drama Student Bursary. With this year’s bursary judged… Read More

NEWS: ACE Pizza to Launch in Hackney

The pizza will be served out of the Hackney pub The Pembury Tavern from the 24th June.   ACE Pizza has announced it will launch in its home, The Pembury Tavern, from tomorrow (Wednesday 24th June). Known for their Pembury pizzas, ACE have been working on a new menu during lockdown, inspired by the traditional… Read More

NEWS: Single Shoe Productions Launch New Weekly Video Series

The international theatre company have announced a new video series that is set to launch on the 24th June. Single Shoe Productions invite audiences to travel with their imaginations and to help take part in its new weekly video series Take Us There. Using just household items, Single Shoe Productions will recreate locations that they… Read More

REVIEW: Blowin’ in the Wind, Chickenshed Theatre (Online)

This 2017 production ties a huge variety of civil rights history seamlessly, concentrating on specific communities that have really struggled over the years – including the present day. It is heartbreaking to think that people from a variety of communities are still having to face prejudice and racism that many of us will never experience.… Read More