Interview With…Charlie Oscar

We chatted to Charlie about starring in the World Premiere of Mad House at the Ambassadors Theatre. Could you explain for those who don’t know what Mad House is about? Where to begin? Well the crux of Mad House explores the fallout of a merciless fathers terminaldiagnosis. Theresa’s patriarch relishes baiting his children into wrangling… Read More

NEWS: United Ukrainian Ballet to Perform Giselle at London Coliseum

It has been announced that the newly formed United Ukrainian Ballet will perform at the London Coliseum this September. The United Ukraine Ballet created by dancers who fled Ukraine and have found a haven in The Hague, will be performing at the London Coliseum this September. This newly formed company will be performing Ukrainian choreographer, Alexei… Read More

NEWS: Casting and Creative Team Announced for Antigone at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

This contemporary re-telling of Antigone will play at the theatre from the 3rd September. The full casting and creative team has been announced for Inua Ellem’s (Barber Shop Chronicles, Three Sisters), contemporary take on Sophocles’s epic story which will run for a limited season at the theatre from the 3rd to the 24th September.  … Read More

NEWS: Teaser Trailer Released for My Policeman

The film is set to be released in cinemas on the 21st October and globally on Prime Video on the 4th November. A brand new teaser trailer has been released for the upcoming film adaptation of Bethan Roberts’ novel which is directed by Michael Grandage which is set to be released later this year. My… Read More

Inside the Rehearsals of…The Tempest, Shakespeare’s Globe

The production will run at the theatre from the 22nd July until the 22nd October. Rehearsal images have been released for the Shakespeare’s Globe’s upcoming production of The Tempest, directed by Sean Holmes. For powerful Prospero’s opening act of revenge, he raises a ferocious storm to shipwreck a crew of men – including his usurping… Read More

Interview With….Toby Mitchell

We chatted to the Artistic Director of Tall Stories about celebrating the company’s 25th Anniversary and bringing Room on the Broom to the West End. Hi, how does it feel to be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Tall Stories? It feels exciting and daunting at the same time. What do the next 25 years have in store?… Read More

Review Round Up: In the Black Fantastic, Hayward Gallery

Discover what critics have been saying about the Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition. The Observer: ***** “All of the art is wildly imaginative and ambitious, from American artist Rashaad Newsome’s mesmerising video Build or Destroy, in which a trans CGI figure vogues as the city burns and collapses in the background, to Hew Locke’s post-apocalyptic horsemen riding… Read More

Review Round Up: Adele, BST Hyde Park

We take a look at what critics have been saying about Adele’s recent concert at Hyde Park. The Guardian: ***** “All this informality and self-deprecation means that her vocal artistry sometimes hits like an ambush: the barnstorming roar of Rolling in the Deep, the Bond melodrama of Skyfall, the perfectly controlled tenderness of Make You… Read More

NEWS: New Stage Adaptation of The Lavender Hill Mob to Tour the UK

It has been confirmed that a new stage adaptation of the Ealing comedy will embark on a UK tour from the 13th October 2022. It has been announced that Miles Jupp and Justin Edwards are set to star in this new stage adaptation of The Lavender Hill Mob, based on the screenplay by T.E.B. Clarke and adapted… Read More

REVIEW: Mad House, Ambassadors Theatre

This dark family play examines with great intensity family structures, grief, greed and mental health to brilliant effect. Watching this compelling, if at times difficult to watch, play by Theresa Rebeck unfolding it has a real feel of a modern classic family play that somewhat brutally dissects what it means to be part of a… Read More