NEWS: Casting and Tour Dates Announced for Matthew Bourne’s Nutcracker!

The production is set to open  at Theatre Royal Plymouth on 15 November 2021. Casting and tour dates have been confirmed for the upcoming production of Matthew Bourne’s Nutcracker! which is based on the music of Tchaikovsky’s classic and is set to open  at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on 15th November 2021, before a Christmas… Read More

PREVIEW: The Lava Bar, Truman Brewery, Brick Lane

This pop-up immersive bar experience will open in London from the 21st to the 23rd October. This limited time only experience based in the heart of Shoreditch is heading to London thanks to Reyka Vodka, the spirit that comes from Iceland. The unique experience is obstacle course bar inspired by the epic Icelandic landscape and… Read More

NEWS: The Snowman to Return to the Peacock Theatre

The beloved production based on the picture book by Raymond Briggs will return to London this Christmas. It has been announced the family friendly show The Snowman will return to London’s Peacock Theatre this festive season, playing from the 20th November until the 2nd January 2022. Returning for the 24th year, Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s production features… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced Return of Dear Evan Hansen

The London production will resume performances at the Noel Coward Theatre from the 26th October. Casting has been announced for the West End return of Dear Evan Hansen which will resume performances at the Noel Coward Theatre 26th October. Currently booking until the 13th February 2022, the production will see Sam Tutty returns to the title… Read More

REVIEW: Victoria: A Royal Childhood, Kensington Palace

This detailed and well thought out exhibition gives wonderful insight into Queen Victoria’s childhood at Kensington Palace. From the second you step into the rooms in which this exhibition is displayed, you are automatically transported into the world that Queen Victoria had known as a child living at Kensington Palace. The rooms have been created… Read More

REVIEW: Witness for the Prosecution, London County Hall

This atmospheric and engaging production is thrilling to witness from start to finish. It is that age old dilemma: how do you talk or write about something without giving away any major details for something that is best to going into expecting the unexpected? Well this is the problem that I’m facing with this brilliantly… Read More