Review Round Up: Saturday Night Fever, Peacock Theatre

We find out what critics have had to say about the musical based on the hit John Travolta film… The Guardian: *** “Richard Winsor brings his own qualities to the role of Tony Manero, a brilliant dancer stuck working in a paint shop in 70s Brooklyn. Winsor’s Manero comes across as a thoroughly nice and… Read More

Review Round Up: Running With Lions, Lyric Hammersmith

We round up the reviews for Sian Carter’s debut play, now playing at the Lyric Hammersmith. The Guardian: *** “Sian Carter’s debut play showcases her ample talent and places her squarely as a star in the making. It is gratifying too that this co-production with Talawa Theatre Company finds a home on a large stage, which it… Read More

NEWS: Deep Water to Premiere on Prime Video Next Month

British Director Adrian Lyne’s  latest film is set to be available to watch through Prime Video from the 18th March. It has been confirmed that Prime Video will premiere British Director Adrian Lyne’s new erotic thriller Deep Water in the UK and Worldwide (excluding the U.S., China, Russia and Middle East) on the 18th March. Based on he Patricia Highsmith… Read More

NEWS: The Time Traveller’s Wife Musical to Premiere at Storyhouse Chester

The musical based on he best-selling novel by Audrey Niffenegger and the New Line Cinema film screenplay by Bruce Joel Rubin will premiere at the theatre from the 30th September until the 15th October. The Time Traveller’s Wife: The Musical will receive its world premiere at the Storyhouse in Chester for a two week run ahead of… Read More

NEWS: Jagged Little Pill to Head to the West End in November 2022

It has been announced through the production’s social media channels that the musical will be make its UK debut later this year. Broadway producers Vivek J. Tiwary, Arvind Ethan David, and Eva Price have announced they are partnering with producer Adam Kenwright and Kindred Partners to bring the musical based on Alanis Morrissette’s album of… Read More

REVIEW: All About Me! By Mel Brooks

Hilarious and insightful – this is an ideal read for anyone hoping to work in the film industry. I must have been about 15 when I first watched Blazing Saddles and I was instantly blown away by the way in which Mel Brooks and his collaborators on this hilarious and always on the edge of… Read More