Interview With…Kerry Fitzgerald

The writer and actor spoke to Emma Clarendon about bringing Come Hygge Yourself to the King’s Head Theatre as part of the Playmill festival. Can you tell me a little bit more about what Come Hygge Yourself is about? It’s a spoof seminar about happiness. Both Lise and I were interested with the statistics thatcame… Read More

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PREVIEW: A Right Royale Tea, Amba Hotel, Charing Cross

Taking place at the Amba Hotel in Charing Cross every Sunday from the 23rd June, BoRo Experiences has created a comedy afternoon tea that involves the guests… Guests will join the fictitious Lord and Lady Right, and their servants, as they try to raise vital funds to save their crumbling castle in this unique and… Read More

NEWS: Singin’ in the Rain to Return to London

Jonathan Church’s Olivier Award nominated production is set to return to London next year for a limited season. It has been confirmed that the Chichester Festival Theatre production directed by Jonathan Church will play at Sadler’s Wells for a limited five week season from the 24th July 2020. Meanwhile, it has also been announced that… Read More

NEWS: West End Run Announced for Ian McKellen on Stage

Following a successful UK, Ian McKellen’s show will transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre from the 20th September. Ian McKellen’s one man show which has been playing in theatres across the UK in celebration of his 80th birthday and raising money for theatre charities, will play in the West End for 80 dates from the… Read More

NEWS: BFI Southbank Announce Line Up for Nineties: Young Cinema Rebels Season

BFI Southbank are set to present a season celebrating the explosive and transformative cinema and TV made from 1989-1999 throughout July and August. From the 1st July until the 31st August, BFI Southbank will celebrate the best 90’s cinema and television, exploring how this decade broke rules and kickstarted the careers of some of the most… Read More

PREVIEW: Gigi’s Hoxton

The new restaurant, bar and late night music venue is set to open in Hoxton Square next week… Taking over the former site of Zigfrid von Underbelly, Gigi’s Hoxton will combine cutting edge design, contemporary food and cocktails along with DJ sets and live music. Gigi’s Hoxton is the brainchild of Giovanna Hussain, the powerhouse… Read More

NEWS: Further Casting Announced for The Girl on the Train

Further casting has been confirmed for the West End run of the stage production based on the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins. Playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 23rd July, further casting has been confirmed for the West End run for Anthony Banks’ production. Joining the previously announced Samantha Womack, it has… Read More

Interview With…Josh Roche

Director Josh Roche spoke to Emma Clarendon about bringing Al Smith’s Radio to the stage. Hi Josh, ‘Radio’ sounds like a bit of an intriguing story. For those who don’t know what it is about – could you explain a bit more about the story? Radio is the story of Charlie Fairbanks, a boy born… Read More

Review Round Up: Kiss My Genders, Hayward Gallery

The Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition celebrates the work of artists whose art explores gender identity. The Guardian: ***** “You can’t fail to be seduced by this show’s glorious assault on all of our assumptions. It shows that gender is mobile because we live in our heads, not our biology.” Time Out: **** “This massive exhibition… Read More

First Look at…Backyard Cinema’s L.A. Nights

Take a first look at what you can expect from Backyard Cinema’s latest theme here…. Running from the 18th July, Backyard Cinema invites audiences to the sunny beaches of California this Summer. Transforming Camden’s Roundhouse into L.A.’s  Venice Beach, guests attending a screening can expect to be welcomed with palm trees, a retro beach bar,… Read More