NEWS: Japan House Announce Windowology: New Architectural Views from Japan Exhibition

This new exhibition will go on display from the 1st of December until the 10th April 2022. This new exhibition will explore the different perspectives on the world that windows offer us as well as considering the role of windows in disciplines such as architecture, film, craft manufacture, manga and motion. Those visiting will be… Read More

In Conversation With…Luke Thallon

We chatted to the actor about starring in CampSiegfried at the Old Vic Theatre. Hi Luke – could you explain a bit more about what Camp Siegfried is about? I suppose it’s essentially a love story, set during of the one the most gruesome and unbelievable periods in history. Bess has mixed infatuation, indoctrination, the nature of… Read More

Review Round Up: No Time To Die

We round up the reviews for Daniel Craig’s final outing as James Bond. The Guardian: ***** “it is very enjoyable and gleefully spectacular – Craig and Seydoux and Malek sell it very hard and you can see the pleasure everyone takes in this gigantic piece of ridiculously watchable entertainment which feels like half its actual… Read More

NEWS: Slave Play to Return to Broadway for Limited Season

The Tony Award nominated play will return to the stage at the August Wilson Theatre from the 23rd November. Directed by Tony Award nominee Robert O’Hara, Slave Play will run at the August Wilson Theatre in New York for a strictly limited eight week run, playing until the 23rd January 2022. The play, which originally… Read More

Happy 15th Anniversary Wicked The Musical!

The long running musical offering the untold story of the witches of Oz still has the power to enthrall audiences – Emma Clarendon offers five reasons why…. Last night (28th September 2021) was my third trip to the wonderful land of Oz and everything that it has to offer and I can report that perhaps… Read More