Review Round Up: American Buffalo, Circle on the Square Theatre

We take a look at what is being said about the Broadway revival of David Mamet’s play. The Guardian: ** “There is pleasure, of course, in Fishburne and Rockwell’s performances. As Donny, Fishburne keeps his voice low, his eyes hooded, his physicality contained until it isn’t. Fishburne’s natural clout lends Donny gravity; his sensitivity to… Read More

Review Round Up: Zorro the Musical, Charing Cross Theatre

We take a look at what is being said about the musical, featuring the music of The Gypsy Kings. WhatsOnStage: *** “What director Christian Durham does execute brilliantly are the moments of intrigue and theatricality at which Zorro appears, with Purkiss leaping across the stage and scaling ladders with catlike agility. The ensuing action sequences,… Read More

NEWS Full Casting for West End Run of The Seagull Announced

Jamie Lloyd’s production, postponed by the pandemic, will begin performances at the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 29th June. Casting has been announced for Anya Reiss’ adaptation of Chekhov’s play, heading to London this Summer for a limited season until the 10th September. Joining the previously announced Emilia Clarke as Nina, the cast will include:… Read More

REVIEW: Rabbit Hole, Union Theatre

David Lindsay-Abaire’s close examination of the many different ways to experience and cope with grief is sensitively brought to life by Front Foot Theatre – but it feels as though the characters aren’t as fully developed as they could be. Grief can be experienced and dealt with in many different ways – but the question… Read More