REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature, Natural History Museum

The world of magical creatures and natural history collide to fascinating effect in the Natural History Museum’s ambitious exhibition. From unicorns and dragons to slightly more obscure creatures found in the world that J.K Rowling created for Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts such as Nifflers and Bowtruckles, this new fun and engaging exhibition reveals the… Read More

First Look at…Love Letters, Theatre Royal Haymarket

Roy Marsden’s production began performances at the Theatre Royal Haymarket on the 3rd December. Performances are now underway for the new production of A.R. Gurney’s play, which had preview performances at the Theatre Royal, Windsor as part of its five-week, five-day, five-play season. The play originally opened in New York ┬áin 1989 and was a… Read More

REVIEW: Peter Pan, Barn Theatre

This innovative take on J.M. Barrie’s classic story is filled with heaps of imagination. Given the immense popularity of this story, it can be difficult to find a unique way of presenting it on stage – but thanks to this refreshing adaptation by Alan Pollock and charismatic performance from Waylon Jacobs, the story is given… Read More