Review Round Up: Michael Armitage: Paradise Edict, Royal Academy of Arts

This new exhibition brings together 15 of his large-scale paintings from the past six years, exploring East African landscapes, politics and society as well as a selection of 31 works by six East African contemporary artists. Here’s what critics have had to say about it. The Guardian: ***** “Armitage doesn’t simply ironise the painting of… Read More

Review Round Up: Matthew Barney: Redoubt, Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery welcomes back visitors with the first UK exhibition of the artist’s work in over a decade. Here’s what critics have had to say about it…. The Guardian: **** “Matthew Barney’s Redoubt at the Hayward is a bewildering and intriguing litany of objects and fleeting, capricious images.” Evening Standard: **** “Barney transports us into the… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…Happy Days, Riverside Studios

The production will play at the Riverside Studios from the 11th June. Rehearsal images have been released for Trevor Nunn’s upcoming production of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days, which will be playing at the Riverside Studios from the 11th June until the 25th July. This 60th anniversary production sees director Trevor Nunn reuniting with actress Lisa… Read More

NEWS: Legends of Lockdown to Play at the Vaudeville Theatre

Taking place on the 9th June for one night only, the show will celebrate the work of viral stars over the last year. A new show featuring a range of social media stars who have been helping keep the nation entertained online over the last few months will play in the West End for one… Read More

REVIEW: The Callaway Sisters: Side By Side (Online Concert)

This lovely and heartwarming concert reunites the Tony-nominated sisters with some wonderful performances of classic songs. There is something special (particularly now) in seeing the joy and warmth of families being reunited as the world slowly begins to reopen again – and this is what is celebrated in Ann Hampton Callaway and Liz Callaway’s virtual… Read More

REVIEW: Cruise, Duchess Theatre

This honest and moving play is a great way to remind us all of the importance of theatre in highlighting stories such as these. What a way to mark theatres reopening than this moving, heartfelt, honest and passionate piece of new writing from Jack Holden who also performs in this one man show – it… Read More