NEWS: Further Casting Announced for The Southbury Child

The world premiere production in Stephen Beresford’s play will run at the Chichester Festival Theatre from 13th to 25th June 2022 before playing at the Bridge Theatre from the 1st July to 27th August 2022. Further casting has been announced for the upcoming production of The Southbury Child, which will be making its World Premiere at… Read More

NEWS: David Hunter and Wendy Mae Brown Join UK Tour of Waitress

The pair will be joining the production from the 30th March 2022. Producers Barry & Fran Weissler and David Ian have confirmed that David Hunter and Wendy Mae Brown will join the cast of the UK and Ireland Tour of the smash hit romantic musical comedy Waitress as ‘Dr Pomatter’ and ‘Becky’.  Wendy Mae Brown joins the production from the 30th March… Read More

NEWS: New Cast Announced For Witness for the Prosecution

New casting has been confirmed for Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution, currently booking at the London County Hall until September 2022. Eleanor Lloyd Productions and Rebecca Stafford Productions have announced the seventh cast for Lucy Bailey’s (Oleanna, Theatre Royal Bath/ West End) production which continues to play in the surroundings of London County Hall.… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Zorro the Musical at Charing Cross Theatre

The production will begin performances at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 2nd April. Aria Entertainment has announced the full cast for the upcoming newly reimagined musical production of Zorro the Musical which begins performances at Charing Cross Theatre next month. Directed by Christian Durham, the production is set to star: Ajjaz Awad, Pete Ashmore, Amy Bastani, Isobel… Read More

REVIEW: Oochya!, Stereophonics

This latest album from the Stereophonics is filled with a pleasing range of styles and catchy hooks that keep the listener thoroughly engaged from start to finish. It has been a while since I have listened to a new album and had so much difficulty in selecting a song that I enjoyed the most –… Read More

Interview With…Akshay Gulati

Emma Clarendon chatted to Akshay about starring in the new UK tour of Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. Hi Akshay, for those who don’t know what is The Rise and Fall of Little Voice about? Hiya… I’d say the play is about love, grief, loneliness and everything in between. How does… Read More

Review Round Up: Postwar Modern: New Art in Britain 1945-65, Barbican

We round up the reviews for the Barbican’s latest art exhibition examining the artwork created in the aftermath of World War II. The Observer: ***** “This is an enthralling exhibition, bringing Cooke and many other overlooked figures back before the public eye and connecting all of these artists in the context of a cataclysm that… Read More