NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Dublin and UK Tour of Girl From the North Country

The first UK and Dublin tour of Conor McPherson‘s production is set to open at 3Olympia Dublin from the 25th June.   Full casting has been announced for the criticially acclaimed production of Girl From the North Country written and directed by celebrated playwright Conor McPherson (TheWeir, The Seafarer) with music and lyrics by Bob… Read More

NEWS: Dear Evan Hansen Announces Final London Performance

The Olivier Award winning production is set to play at the Noel Coward Theatre until October. It has been confirmed that three years since it first opened in the West End, Dear Evan Hansen will have its final performance at the Noel Coward Theatre on the 22nd October 2022. The cast, who will continue to… Read More

REVIEW: Turning Red, Disney +

Pixar’s latest film is the sort of film that I could have used when I was 13. Let’s be honest turning 13 is a painful time in anybody’s life – a time when you struggle to cope with your emotions and the changes happening in your life – but I haven’t seen it quite so… Read More

Review Round Up: Legally Blonde, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Elle Woods is back in London in a new production of the musical – but what have critics had to say about it? The Guardian: **** “At times it is so pink and squealy that it feels like a summer pantomime. If it is outlandish and ridiculous, it is heady good fun too.” WhatsOnStage: *****… Read More

Review Round Up: Elvis

Baz Luhrmann’s awaited biographical film has made its debut at this year’s Cannes Festival – but what have critics had to say about it? The Guardian: ** “It’s not a movie so much as 159-minute trailer for a film called Elvis – a relentless, frantically flashy montage, epic and yet negligible at the same time,… Read More

REVIEW: Dance Fever by Florence + the Machine

This latest album from Florence + the Machine has a sense of reflection about it – but conveyed in an epically soaring way. While the lyrics might be poetically captivating on this album, there is certainly a real sense of introspection to be found as well. From album opener ‘King’, to ‘Girls Against God’ Dance… Read More

REVIEW: Pandora by Susan Stokes-Chapman

While a slow-burner of a read, this subtle novel soon enthrals and captivates. Reading the synopsis for this cleverly detailed and absorbing read from Susan Stokes-Chapman, I was immediately intrigued as to how you can take a classic mythological story and transport it to Georgian London. Dora is an aspiring jewellery designer who lives under… Read More

REVIEW: LIFT A Musical, Southwark Playhouse

While the production itself has plenty to recommend it, the structure and style in which the story has been written feels unnecessarily complex. The Southwark Playhouse has a talent of bringing lesser known musicals to the stage and championing them – which means that you are never quite sure what to expect which is thrilling… Read More

Interview With…Jo Castleton

The actress discusses the new UK tour of Marc Camoletti‘s Boeing Boeing. What should we expect from Boeing Boeing? Boeing Boeing is a fast-paced comedy set in Paris in the swinging sixties. Architect, Bernard has – what he thinks – is a fool proof system so he can juggle his three air hostess fiancés. However,… Read More

NEWS: Creative Team Announced for The Haunting of Susan A

Mark Ravenhill’s new play will be performed at the King’s Head Theatre from the 1st to the 26th June. Mark Ravenhill and the team at the King’s Head Theatre have announced the creative team formed of new generation of theatre makers behind the world premiere of Ravenhill’s new play, which begins performances next month. Drawing… Read More