PREVIEW: Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature, Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum in collaboration with the BBC and Warner Bros have announced details of its Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature exhibition. On display from the 22nd May, this new exhibition will allow visitors to see creatures, specimens and artefacts from the museum’s collection displayed alongside elements from the wizarding world – recognisable to… Read More

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Review Round Up: Luzia, Cirque Du Soleil, Royal Albert Hall

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the European premiere of Luzia at the Royal Albert Hall. British Theatre.com: ***** “Musically, Luzia’s terrific ensemble and Chanteuse Majo Cornejo bought gorgeous Mexican flavour to this piece, and the inclusion of a magical water curtain gave Luzia a whole new dimension visually and comically as… Read More

Review Round Up: My Name is Lucy Barton, Samuel J. Friedman Theatre

We round up the reviews for the stage adaptation based on Elizabeth Strout’s novel, which played at the Bridge Theatre in London in 2018. Variety: “Mother and daughter relationships are always complicated, to say the least. But they don’t necessarily have to be vicious and destructive, either. That’s not Strout’s style, and it’s not what… Read More

NEWS: Production Images Relased for Uncle Vanya

The production is now in previews at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Production images have been released for Ian Rickson’s production of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya in a new adaption by Conor McPherson (The Weir, Girl from the North Country), which officially opens at the Harold Pinter Theatre on the 23rd January. Running in the West… Read More

Interview With…Katie Arnstein

The writer and performer chatted to us about bringing Sticky Door to the Vaults Festival. Hi Katie, could you explain a bit more about what we can expect from Sticky Door? Hello! Sticky Door is a one-woman show with original songs about my journey to becoming the woman I am today. It is set in… Read More

PREVIEW: Hexborn’s School of Sorcery, The Vaults

The Vaults and Fat Rascal Theatre have announced a new immersive dining experience, running from the 15th September. Following on from previous immersive dining experiences such as Dinner is Coming, Red Palace, Aladdin and The Feast of Wonders, Divine Proportions and Beauty and The Feast, The Vaults has announced a new magical themed dining experience in collaboration with Fat… Read More

Interview With….Millie Thorne

The creator and performer chatted to us about bringing Pigeons on L’edge to the Vaults Festival. Would you tell me more about what Pigeons on L’edge is about? Pigeons on L’edge is a comedic bird’s eye view into the world of retail. The story is told by the Pigeons who live on the ledge of a… Read More

NEWS: The Turbine Theatre Announces Details of MTFest 2020

The line up for the 2020 festival celebrating new musicals has been confirmed. The Turbine Theatre’s Artistic Director Paul Taylor-Mills has announced the line up for this year’s MTFest, running at the theatre from the 3rd to the 15th February. Set up to celebrate the best new musicals, the festival will feature eight productions presented… Read More

NEWS: Colab Announces Crooks 1926

The immersive theatre company have revealed details of its upcoming new production at King William IV, 16 Harper Road from the 12th February. Audiences can expect to be taken into the gritty, criminal underworld of 1920s London as part of Colab’s new immersive experience set in the heart of Elephant and Castle. In a world… Read More

REVIEW: Moonlight Over Mayfair by Anton Du Beke

Neatly picking up from where One Enchanted Evening left off, Moonlight Over Mayfair is an engaging mix of romance, politics and dance. What made Anton Du Beke’s One Enchanted Evening such a joy to read was the way in which it effectively brought together many different subplots under the roof of the Buckingham Hotel and… Read More