Here’s a round up of our most popular reads of the week (just in case you missed anything!)….
Interview With Stephen Hoo: we chatted to the actor about starring in the world premiere of Joanne Lau’s Worth, playing at the Arcola Theatre from the 7th to the 29th April before transferring to Chester’s Storyhouse, playing from the 5th to the 20th May.
Review A Little Life, Harold Pinter Theatre: undoubtedly one of the most difficult pieces of theatre to sit through (emotionally), it is also already a stand out production for the year as a whole – filled with incredible performances from all of the cast, it shows just how powerful theatre can be when it is done well. If you are planning on going – we do highly recommend that you check out the content warnings which are available on the show’s website beforehand.
Review round up of Berthe Morisot: Shaping Impressionism at the Dulwich Picture Gallery: we take a closer look at what is being said about the Dulwich Picture Gallery’s latest exhibition that explores the work of the artist for the first time since 1950.
News: Sister Act to return to the West End: following a fabulous performance at last week’s Olivier Awards, it has been confirmed that the musical based on the beloved film starring Whoopi Goldberg is heading to the Dominion Theatre in 2024!
Release date and first look image released for Greatest Days film: fans of Take That and their official musical Greatest Days will be happy to know that a first look image plus the release date for the film has finally been confirmed. Check out the website for full details!
News: Tina – The Tina Turner Musical extends West End run: due to popular demand, it has been announced that the musical based on Tina Turner’s life and career is now booking at the West End’s Aldwych Theatre until the 11th February 2024.
Winners announced for the 2023 Olivier Awards: this time last week we were all dressed up and waiting to hear who had received awards for this year’s prestigious theatre awards. Missed it? Catch up with who won what with our post on the website….
Review round up of Sugar Coat, Southwark Playhouse: discover what has been said Celine Lowenthal‘s production, currently playing at the theatre’s Borough location with our review round up….
News: Royal Court Theatre announces all of it By Alistair McDowell: it has been announced that the trilogy of short plays, written for and performed by Kate O’Flynn, will play at the theatre from the 6th June.
Review round up: The Rossettis, Tate Britain: we round up the reviews for Tate Britain’s latest exhibition exploring the family’s approach to art, love and lifestyles….