NEWS: First Trailer Released for The Killing of the Sacred Deer

The first trailer has been released from the upcoming film starring Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell.  Released in UK cinemas on the 17th November and directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, The Killing of a Sacred Deer is a psychological thriller that stars Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell. A prominent surgeon adopts a teenager into his family,… Read More

Review Round Up: The Majority, National Theatre

Rob Drummond’s new play examines democracy, charting a journey through the Scottish Independence Referendum, Brexit and  Trump. But what have critics been saying about David Overend’s production?  The Independent: *** “A thought-provoking play but not as revealing as one had hoped.” The Telegraph: *** “It’s an impressive piece of solo performance, and, whenever you go, you’re… Read More

PREVIEW: Elvis on Tour, The O2

Following the success of the 2014/2015 Elvis at The O2 exhibition, The O2 has confirmed that the King will return to the venue in a brand new exhibition from the 3rd November.  This brand new exhibition, arriving in time to mark the 40th anniversary of the singer’s death, will concentrate on the period of 1969 – 1977,… Read More

PREVIEW: Red Star Over Russia: A Revolution in Visual Culture 1905-55, Tate Modern

Tate Modern will mark the centenary of  the October Revolution this Autumn with its upcoming exhibition.  Drawing upon the extensive collection of David King, Red Star Over Russia will offer visitors a visual history of Russia and the Soviet Union, covering the period from 1905-1955. Covering from the overthrow of the last Tsar and the revolutionary uprisings… Read More

REVIEW: Limits,Cirkus Cirkör, Royal Festival Hall

This rather sombre circus show looks at immigration and the reasons behind it as well as why we should all come together and support each other.  There is no denying the strength, the ability and the extraordinary balance that all of the performers in Limits have. It is more of a case that it hasn’t… Read More

NEWS: Henry Naylor’s Award Winning Play Angel to Play at the Arcola Theatre

Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe last year, it has been announced that Henry Naylor’s play will run at the Arcola Theatre from the 11th September.  Syria, 2014. In the town of Kobane, there’s a siege as fierce as Stalingrad. ISIS, having steam-rollered through Iraq, are expecting to take the town easily.… Read More

PREVIEW: Dirty Dancing, New Victoria Theatre

Marking the film’s 30th anniversary, the stage production of the classic Patrick Swayze film arrives in Woking from the 5th September.  Following two successful West End runs and two previous UK tours, Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage will visit the New Victoria Theatre from the 5th to the 9th September. It’s the… Read More