NEWS: Orange Tree Theatre Announces Reopening Season

The Richmond based theatre is set to welcome back audiences with The Recovery Season. The Orange Tree Theatre’s Artistic Director Paul Miller and Executive Director Hanna Streeter have announced that the theatre will be reopening on the 22nd May with The Recovery Season, marking the first return of audiences to the Orange Tree in over 14 months. This newly… Read More

PREVIEW: The Romance of Ruins, Sir John Soane’s Museum

The museum is set to welcome visitors back with an exhibition on the watercolours of English artist William Pars. Opening at the museum on the 19th May, this new exhibition will be displaying a series of powerful and poetic watercolours by the young English artist William Pars (1742-1782) illustrating an expedition to discover the ruins… Read More

NEWS: Curve to Re-release Sunset Boulevard at Home

It has been announced that the Made at Curve production of Sunset Boulevard will be available to view online once more from the 10th to the 15th May, with money raised going to the The Andy Nairn Bursaries in Technical Theatre. The Curve’s streamed production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical was directed by Nikolai Foster… Read More

REVIEW: The Other Bennet Sister by Janice Hadlow

This charmingly romantic story brings Mary Bennet out of the shadows and into the spotlight. As a huge Pride and Prejudice fan, I have read numerous different interpretations and continuations of the story that tell it from the perspective of different characters – yet Mary Bennet is always overlooked for being the plain and serious… Read More