NEWS: New Trailer for GHBoy at Charing Cross Theatre Released

A new trailer for the upcoming production of Paul Harvard’s play, opening for previews on the 3rd December has been released. The world premiere of Paul Harvard’s play is set to continue its run at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 3rd December, having been forced to close due to the second lockdown. Directed by… Read More

NEWS: Les Misérables -The Staged Concert Extends Run

With performances set to start on the 5th December, it has been confirmed that the production will extend its run due to audience capacity restrictions. It has been officially announced that the staged concert production of Les Miserables is now extending its run at the Sondheim Theatre to help those who have booked tickets and… Read More

NEWS: One Night Only to Reunite Come From Away Creative Team, Producers and International Cast

The event is set to take place on the 19th December at 7.30pm. SimG Productions and Musical Theatre Radio’s fourth ‘One Night Only’  event is set to take place next month to reunite, the cast, producers and creative team of the Olivier Award winning Come From Away. The panel guests set to take part in this interactive and… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for The Pirates of Penzance

Sasha Regan’s production will be playing at the Palace Theatre on the 12th and 13th December. Casting has been announced for the upcoming West End run of The Pirates of Penzance, directed by Sasha Regan. Appearing in the production will be: Marc Akinfolarin (Sergeant of Police), Michael Burgen (Samuel), James Chidzey (Ensemble), Leon Craig (Ruth),… Read More

NEWS: National Gallery Announces New Display by Rosalind Nashashibi

It has been announced that a new display by Rosalind Nashashibi, the first Artist in Residence of the National Gallery will be able to view from the 3rd December 2020 to 21 February 2021. Featuring subjects from Shakespeare to Ingrid Bergman, the 2020 National Gallery Artist in Residence: Rosalind Nashashibi: An Overflow of Passion and Sentiment presents… Read More

REVIEW: A Christmas Carol

This new film version of the classic story beautifully combines film, music, dance and theatre to come across as a celebration of the arts as much as Christmas. Offering a new adaptation of a beloved classic story effectively to highlight a new perspective can be terribly difficult. But this gorgeous new take on A Christmas… Read More