Interview With…Tracey Iliffe

We chatted to the choreographer about this year’s Thursford Christmas Spectacular. For those who have not experienced Thursford Christmas Spectacular before what can they expect? I’d say Thursford is a large scale variety show presenting world class entertainment in a unique setting.It is all the best bits of Christmas wrapped up with heart, joy and… Read More

Review Round Up: Old Bridge, Bush Theatre

We round up the reviews for Igor Memic’s 2020 Papatango New Writing Prize winning play now playing at the Bush Theatre. The Guardian: *** “With strong jokes and jolts, Memic shows high promise but next time needs to go deeper and clearer from his jumping-off point.” WhatsOnStage: **** “Winning the Papatango Prize (which Memic did,… Read More

Review Round Up: Late Constable, Royal Academy of Arts

We round up the reviews for the Royal Academy’s exhibition, focusing on the last 12 years of the artist’s career. The Guardian: ***** “On the evidence of this exhibition, the Turner prize should be relaunched (and God knows it needs a jolt) as the Constable prize – for Constable in his later works is the… Read More

REVIEW: Bluff, Online

This new audio musical comedy has the feel of a classic Broadway musical but work does need to be done on the story itself. Both Matt Cavendish and Ed Zanders are familiar with comedy – having worked in different capacities of Mischief Theatre shows and this is very much reflected in this perky musical that… Read More

NEWS: Dexter Flanders’ Foxes to Play at Theatre Peckham

The play will be performing as part of the Young, Gifted & Black festival, which is formed of theatre, poetry, film and discussions around the Black experience in the UK. Returning for a third year, the Young, Gifted & Black festival concentrates on stories centred around migration andbelonging. Foxes, is the debut play from Dexter… Read More

Review Round Up: Caroline, Or Change, Studio 54

We round up the reviews for the Broadway revival of the musical from Tony Kushner and Jeanine Tesori. The NY Times: “An electrifying revival of the 2003 musical, featuring a titanic performance by Sharon D Clarke, follows the money to the source of American inequality.” Time Out: **** “Clarke’s grounded, moving performance provides much-needed ballast… Read More

NEWS: Complete Casting Announced for Broadway Revival of The Music Man

The anticipated revival of the classic musical will begin performances at the Winter Garden Theatre on the 20th December. Full casting has now been confirmed for the upcoming revival of Meredith Willson’s The Music Man, which will begin performances on Broadway in December. The cast will be led by Hugh Jackman as Professor Harold Hill,… Read More

REVIEW: The Lockdown Sessions by Elton John

Elton John’s latest album is intriguing to listen to as it can’t be easily defined into one particular category – embracing all genres of music. Creating music during 2020 certainly forced artists and musicians alike to find innovative ways to create new albums – but in doing so allows them to really embrace new possibilities… Read More

Interview With….Rachael Rooney

Emma Clarendon chatted to Rachael about starring in Eoin McAndrew’s The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying at the Omnibus Theatre. Hi Rachael, could you tell me what The Girl Who Was Very Good at Lying is about? On the surface it’s about a young woman who is stuck in a small town in rural Northern… Read More

Interview With…David Williamson

We chatted to David about the return of Circus 1903 to the Royal Festival Hall this Christmas. How does it feel to be bringing Circus 1903 back to London? It feels wonderful. There is no place on earth like London during the holidays. It’s a magical time and our show seems to be a perfect… Read More