REVIEW: The Broken Hearts Gallery

Written and directed by Natalie Krinsky, this romantic comedy turns the pain of broken hearted into a smart and enjoyable story. It can be difficult to find a new approach to romance particularly if you feel that every type of romantic story has been covered. But as this refreshing, funny and down-to-earth romantic comedy –… Read More

REVIEW: I Love You, You’re Perfect Now Change, London Coliseum (Online)

This stylish, funny and endearing production is a real tonic. The title might suggest that changing is on the cards, but nothing about Kirk Jameson’s production of this musical comedy needs changing, providing plenty of joy and laughter during these times. Filmed at the London Coliseum, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change concentrates on… Read More

NEWS: Victoria and Albert Museum Announces African Fashion Exhibition

The V&A have announced that it will be presenting a major exhibition celebration African fashion. Set to open in June 2022, the newly announced exhibition is set to celebrate the creativity,ingenuity and unstoppable global impact of contemporary African fashions. Featuring over 250 objects, the display will feature many from the personal archives of a selection… Read More

REVIEW: Leila Alaoui: Rite of Passage, Somerset House (Online Tour)

Somerset House’s current exhibition captures the photographer’s ability to capture people’s resilience at its strongest. Spanning across three rooms at Somerset House, this strikingly honest exhibition celebrating the work of the late photographer Leila Alaoui is one (even in this online tour) that makes you sit up and pay attention to what she is trying… Read More

Interview With…Emma Brand

We chatted to the theatre-maker and performer about performing her show The Stove as part of The Living Record Festival. Could you tell me more about The Stove is about? The Stove is about gathering. I know that’s a strange answer because you think a show should be about a topic or a character, and… Read More

NEWS: Free Mentorship Scheme Announced to Support British East and South East Asian Artists

A new pilot scheme has been launched to provide mentoring for British East and South East Asian (BESEA) artists in the performing arts. The Tidal Rising Mentoring Scheme has been established by by a collective of of BESEA artists, creative practitioners working in the performing arts. The collective is multi-disciplinary, working across all types of… Read More

NEWS: World Premiere for Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical Announced

The new musical based on the true story of the Cornish singing sensations and the 2019 film will premiere this Autumn. This new musical is set to premiere at Hall for Cornwall in Truro for a limited season this Autumn. With tickets going on sale soon, Fisherman’s Friends: The Musical will reopen the Hall for Cornwall… Read More

NEWS: Free Tickets for Under 21s for World Premiere of Good Grief

It has been announced 250 free viewing passes are available to anyone under 21. Donated by those who wish to keep the theatre industry going, the 2550 free passes are available on a first-come-first-served basis by providing proof of date of birth in an email to Available to stream from the 15th February until the… Read More

REVIEW: The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

This debut novel from the television producer and presenter puts a unique twist on the murder mystery genre. When you tend to think of clubs or activities, you tend to think of chess clubs or book clubs – but with Richard Osman’s delightfully entertaining debut novel, what you are presented with is a group of… Read More

Interview With…Emily Redpath

The actress chatted to us about starring in the new filmed production of Romeo & Juliet.  How does it feel to be presenting this classic love story in this way? It feels exciting! Our director Nick was so great at finding the urgency of the piece, and this, matched with the time and physical constraints just added… Read More