NEWS: In the Wings Returns For Third Series

The first episode of the new series celebrating British musicals premiered online on the 22nd October. The series, which first premiered during the first lockdown in 2020, is a series of filmed human interest interviews with composers, writers, and creatives of musical theatre productions. Each episode takes a focused look at a variety of new… Read More

PREVIEW: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition, Cannon Factory

This new exhibition allows visitors to explore Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel without having to take a trip to Rome. With tickets on sale now, take an up-close and personal look at one of the most famous pieces of art – thanks to digital technology and the LA-based SEE Global Entertainment, visitors can explore the Sistine Chapel… Read More

Review Round Up: Beano: The Art of Breaking the Rules, Somerset House

We round up the reviews for this new exhibition at Somerset House. The Guardian: ***** “Critics are all about having rules, or at least opinions. As my cartoon self says in the comic strip: “It’s a MESS-TERPIECE!” How could I possibly disagree?” The Times: **** “A new exhibition at Somerset House, celebrating 70 years of… Read More

First Look at…Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World

A brand new video has been released of the cast in rehearsals for the upcoming UK tour of the new musical. Ahead of the UK tour of Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World beginning at the MAST Mayflower Studios, Southampton on the 6th November, a new video has been released of the cast in… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for West End Premiere of The Choir of Man

The production is set to begin performances at the Arts Theatre on the 29th October. It has been confirmed that Tom Brandon (original cast member of The Choir of Man and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Beautiful Game) will play the Hard Man, Miles Anthony Daley ( Thriller Live) the Romantic, Daniel Harnett (worldwide tour production of The Choir of Man, Witches of Eastwick at Contact Theatre, Manchester) the… Read More

REVIEW: Music of the Spheres by Coldplay

This latest album from the group once again shows it was designed to be performed live than simply to be enjoyed at home. It would be fair to say that Coldplay are masters of creating songs that really explode into life when performed live on stage as opposed to being simply listened to at home… Read More

REVIEW: Skin Tight, The Hope Theatre

Gary Henderson’s thoughtfully poetic play returns to The Hope Theatre. I’m always amazed at the level of creativity that goes into putting on a show in a small and intimate space – particularly when it is quite physical and this is certainly one of the incredible achievements of this revival of Skin Tight that makes… Read More