NEWS: Nova Cinema announces Special Halloween Events

The new cinema in Woking has confirmed details of a special day of marking Halloween on the 31st October. To celebrate Halloween, the newly launched cinema has announced a day filled with themed activities and special screenings for audiences of all ages. Events include a Nova Kids screening of an animated version of the kookiest… Read More

Interview with… James Demaine

Emma Clarendon chatted to the actor about bringing the Barn Theatre production of Michael Morpurgo’s story to the West End.   –Hi James, thank you very much for talking to me. How are you feeling about bringing this production to London? I feel really honoured to be a small part of UK theatre’s big comeback.… Read More

PREVIEW: Departures, Migration Museum

The newly announced exhibition will open at the museum on the 30th October. Departures is a new immersive exhibition which will explore 400 years ofemigration from Britain from the Mayflower to the present day through personal narratives, contemporary art and a range of media. The start of the exhibition will see visitors starting their journey… Read More

NEWS: Outside Edge Theatre Announces Long List for Phil Fox Award for Playwriting

The longlist for the company’s inaugural Phil Fox Award for Playwriting has been confirmed. As the UK’s only  theatre company and participatory arts charity focused on addiction, Outside Edge Theatre Company has announced details of its first Phil Fox Playwriting Award. Named after OETC’s founder who passed away in 2014, the long list was selected… Read More

NEWS: Initial Casting Announced for National Theatre’s Dick Whittington Pantomime

The National Theatre has announced intial casting for Ned Bennett’s production, playing at the theatre from the 11th December. Jude Christian and Cariad Lloyd’s Lyric Hammersmith pantomime which ran in 2018 has been updated for 2020 is set to play at the National Theatre’s Olivier Theatre from the 11th December until the 23rd January 2021. Ned… Read More

Review Round Up: The Secret Garden

Find out what critics have had to say about this new version of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic story. The Guardian: ** “Mary is played by 14-year-old Dixie Egerickx, and she does bring the right kind of ingenuous, tomboyish confidence and innocent boldness – the way I imagine Lucy Pevensie from the Narnia stories.” Tatler: **… Read More