Review Round Up: Much Ado About Nothing, National Theatre

We take a look at what critics have been saying about Simon Godwin’s production of Shakespeare’s play starring Katherine Parker. The Guardian: **** ” this is a polished fantasy, extremely easy on the eye and a consummate midsummer comedy. You walk away not hugely moved or surprised – but certainly entertained.” Time Out: **** “Crucially, it’s… Read More

NEWS: Curzon Announces UK and Ireland Release of Official Competition

The film is set to be released in cinemas and exclusively on Curzon Home Cinema next year. Curzon has announced that Mariano Cohn & Gaston Duprat’s new film Official Competition will be released in UK and Ireland cinemas on the 26th August as well as being released exclusively onto Curzon Home Cinema. It had its… Read More

First Look at…101 Dalmatians, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

The production officially opened at the open air theatre last night (22nd July). Production images have been released for the new musical adaptation of 101 Dalmatians, which is running at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre until the 28th August. This newly commissioned musical has been written by Douglas Hodge (music and lyrics) and Johnny McKnight (book), from… Read More

REVIEW: The Darkest Part of the Night, Kiln Theatre

This new play by Zodwa Nyoni could be a little sharper pacing wise but it is still a thoughtful and compassionate look at family, racism and discrimination. This family drama by Zodwa Nyoni and directed with great sensitivity by Nancy Medina is compellingly moving to watch thanks to a range of factors that highlight the… Read More