NEWS: Pop Up Screens Announces Dates for Cinema in the Snow

The company’s Cinema in the Snow experience returns for its sixth year in a new home based in Peckham. The independent cinema’s festive offering will return once more from the 2nd December, opening at its new home in Peckham at Copeland Park and Bussey Building. Having had to adjust the dates due to the COVID-19… Read More

NEWS: The Show Must Go On! Live at the Palace Theatre Announce New Dates

The charity concert series will now take place at the Palace Theatre from the 20th to the 24th January 2021. The news of the change in dates for the concerts comes as England heads into a second lockdown due to COVID-19. Having set to take place later this month, customers will be notified about the… Read More

Review Round Up: Death of England: Delroy, National Theatre

Michael Balogun stars in this sequel to the Death of England at the National Theatre. The Guardian: **** “Michael Balogun, as Delroy, is every bit as energetic as Spall, but his performance is more compact and controlled.” Variety: “Powered — that most definitely is the word — by Michael Balogun’s blistering performance, Clint Dyer and Roy… Read More

NEWS: First Single From Netflix Adaptation of The Prom Released

Sony Masterworks has released Tonight Belongs to You, the first single from Netflix’s upcoming big screen adaptation of the Broadway musical The Prom. Directed by Ryan Murphy (Glee,Hollywood), the film adaptation of Bob Martin, Chad Beguelin, and Matthew Sklar’s musical will be heading to Netflix on the 11th December. Having made its debut in the film’s teaser trailer, Tonight Belongs… Read More

NEWS: New UK Tour of Beauty & The Beast to Open in May 2021

The production is set to open at the Curve in Leicester on the 25th May 2021. It has been announced that Disney’s Olivier Award winning production of Beauty and the Beast is to be re-imagined and re-designed for a new UK tour next year. After its run at the Curve in Leicester, the production is… Read More

REVIEW: In Paradisum by Schola Cantorum

This richly varied album features a haunting and soothing collection of music that highlights the talent of the Schola Cantorum perfectly. Dating back to over a century ago, the Schola Cantorum of the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School has a long-standing tradition of fine choral singing which is highlighted in this new recording. Having appeared at the BBC Proms… Read More

REVIEW: Two, Guildford Fringe Theatre Company (Online)

The Guildford Fringe Theatre Company’s production of Jim Cartwright’s play gets the balance between comedy and drama just right. At the heart of any town and community, a pub is the place to meet a whole assortment of different characters – which is why Jim Cartwright’s comedy drama exploring relationships and is so ideally suited… Read More