NEWS: Rafe Spall to Star in To Kill A Mockingbird

Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation will be heading to the Gielgud Theatre from the 10th March 2022. It has been announced that Rafe Spall is set to star in Aaron Sorkin’s stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s classic novel, which will now open at the Gielgud Theatre in March 2022. Rafe Spall’s credits includes Death of England on… Read More

NEWS: National Theatre to Reopen in June

The venue has confirmed that it will be reopening its doors in June to welcome back audiences for the first time since it closed its doors in December. The Southbank based theatre has announced the Olivier Theatre will reopen on the 16th June with a production of Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas, with additional… Read More

NEWS: Warner Bros Studio Tour London Puts Tickets on Sale For Visits From July

The popular attraction where people can find out more about the making of the Harry Potter films have released tickets for visits from 1st July – 31st December 2021. While under the current government advice the Warner Bros studio Tour – The Making of Harry Potter remains closed, tickets have now gone on sale for… Read More

Interview With…Jennifer Anton

The author chatted to us about her book Under the Light of the Italian Moon. Hi Jennifer, could you explain a bit more about what Under the Light of the Italian Moon is about? Under the Light of the Italian Moon a story of love and women’s resilience during the rise of fascism and WWII.… Read More

REVIEW: Dear Dead Jason, Potluck Festival

This honest piece about grief and finding support in the aftermath of a tragic loss is well grounded and relatable. Created for Tablespoon Theatre’s digital festival Potluck, Dear Dead Jason is a short and concise play surrounding themes of grief, suicide and adjustment to life without someone that you love. Based around the experiences of… Read More

REVIEW: Scaramouche Jones, Ginger Quiff Media, Stream.Theatre

This fascinating monologue is powerfully delivered by Shane Richie and cleverly brought to life by all those involved. It takes an incredible amount of dedication and energy to captivate audiences from start to finish in a performance of a one-man show – but my goodness does Shane Richie manage to do this in this digital… Read More