Review Round Up: Jurassic World Dominion

We discover what critics have had to say about this latest adventure with a few more familiar faces. The Guardian: * “This could have been fun, but there is something so arbitrary and CGI-bound and jeopardy-free about it, as the film joylessly chops in bits of Alien, The Swarm, Bourne and 007. And the essential… Read More

NEWS: Olivier-nominated A Place for We to Be Made Available Digitally

Talawa Theatre Company and Park Theatre’s production will have its digital premiere on Windrush Day. Available from the 22nd to the 26th June, A Place for We will be available for audiences to watch via Digital Theatre to coincide with Windrush Day. Written by Archie Maddocks, A Place for We examines London’s communities in the… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for 25th Anniversary Revival of Patrick Marber’s Closer

The production will run at the Lyric Hammersmith from the 14th July until the 13th August. The Lyric Hammersmith Theatre have announced the full casting for its upcoming revival of the Olivier Award winning play by Patrick Marber and directed in a brand new staging by Clare Lizzimore. The production will see Jack Farthing, most… Read More

NEWS: Charlie Condou and Mary Roscoe to Star in World Premiere of The Throne

John Goldsmith’s play will make its debut at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 23rd June. It has been announced that Charlie Condou (‘Coronation Street’, ‘Charlotte Gray’, ‘Nathan Barley’) and Mary Roscoe (‘Ted Lasso’, ‘Unrelated’) will lead the cast for this world premiere of John Goldsmith’s play, which will run for a limited season at the Charing Cross… Read More

REVIEW: Frozen the Musical, Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Based on the popular Disney film, the musical has plenty to offer children and adults alike and brings the characters lovingly to life. You can never accuse Disney of not ensuring that they get the right creative team together to bring their classic films to life and Frozen is certainly a testament on how much… Read More