Here’s a guide to some of our most popular reads of October….
Review Round Up: La Bohème, Royal Opera House: we took a look at what critics had to say about this revival of Richard Jones’s version of Puccini’s opera which continues to play at the Royal Opera House until the 17th November.
Review of Rambert Dance’s Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby, Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre: discover what we thought of this new dance show based on the hit BBC series, which continues to perform at the Wembley based theatre until the 6th November before continuing to tour the UK.
Review of My Policeman, BFI London Film Festival: we spent quite a bit of time at the London Film Festival this month and one of the films we got to watch was Michael Grandage’s film adaptation of Bethan Roberts’ My Policeman, starring Harry Styles and Emma Corrin.
Review of The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Rose Theatre: earlier in the month, we got a chance to visit the Rose Theatre to see Christopher Haydon’s revival of Brecht’s play which starred Carrie Hope Fletcher.
Review of Life of Pi, Wyndham’s Theatre: also early on in the month we were able to attend the media night to celebrate the new cast joining this critically acclaimed and Olivier award winning production. Not seen it yet? We highly recommend it….
Interview with Theo Fraser-Steele: we chatted to Theo about starring in the world premiere stage production of A Single Man now playing at the Park Theatre. It has been adapted for the stage by Simon Reade and directed by Philip Wilson.
Review Round Up of Good, Harold Pinter Theatre: discover what critic have had to say about the delayed production, which has finally opened in the West End starring David Tennant.
Review round up: Death of a Salesman, The Hudson Theatre: the critically acclaimed production, which has transferred to Broadway following a successful West End run. Diected by Miranda Cromwell and Marianne Elliott and stars Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke.