NEWS: Dulwich Picture Gallery Announce Reframed: The Woman in the Window Exhibition

The gallery is set to present an exhibition examining the enigmatic motif of the ‘woman in the window’ in Spring 2022. The Dulwich Picture Gallery has confirmed details of Reframed: The Woman in the Window, which will go on display from the 4th May 2022. Featuring artworks from ancient civilisations to present day, the exhibition… Read More

Review Round Up: The Midnight Bell, Sadler’s Wells

We round up the review’s for Matthew Bourne’s latest show, opening at Sadler’s Wells before embarking on a UK tour. The Guardian: **** “The show’s success owes much to the atmosphere created by Bourne’s collaborators: Paul Groothuis’s sound design, the birdsong and footsteps and car engines that make the city hum even in the early… Read More

Interview With…Brian Lawes

Emma Clarendon chatted to director Brian Lawes about his short film Lost Kings, which is being considered for an Oscar in 2022 and will soon be screened as part of the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival. Hi Brian – could you tell me a little bit more about what Lost Kings is about? Our film… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced For Return of Circus 1903

The production is set to return to the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall from the 16th December. Casting has been announced for the upcoming return of Circus 1903 for this festive season from the 16th December until the 2nd January 2022. The cast of performers who hail from around the world will be a mixture… Read More

NEWS: Mazz Murray and Ramin Karimloo to Star in Sunset Boulevard at the Royal Albert Hall

The special one-off concert of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical will take place at the Royal Albert Hall on the 3rd December. It has been announced that the concert of Sunset Boulevard will see Mazz Murray (Mamma Mia; We Will Rock You) star as Norma Desmond, Ramin Karimloo (Les Misérables; Phantom of the Opera) as Joe Gillis, Zizi Strallen (Mary Poppins) as Betty… Read More

REVIEW: Bantú Mama, BFI London Film Festival

This surprisingly heartfelt and thoughtful film draws the audience in through compelling methods. Written and directed by Iván Herrera, you are never quite sure what to expect from his latest film Bantú Mama which although has all the makings of an intense drama through the way it is filmed. But turns out to be a… Read More