Review Round Up: A Soldier’s Play, American Airlines Theatre

We round up the reviews for Kenny Leon’s production now playing at the American Airlines Theatre. Hollywood Reporter: “Leon’s muscular production makes a solid case for the play, if not as a top-tier classic then at the very least as a stirring indictment of the cancer of racism. And his ensemble channels the frictions and… Read More

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NEWS: Samuel Bailey’s Shook to Transfer to Trafalgar Studios

The play, which won the 2019 Papatango Prize, will play at the Trafalgar Studios from the 8th April. Papatango and James Quaife Productions have confirmed that Samuel Bailey’s play Shook will run at the Trafalgar Studios for a limited run until the 9th May. Marking Papatango’s first West End transfer, Artistic Director George Turvey reunites the cast… Read More

Review Round Up: The Sunset Limited, Boulevard Theatre

We find out what critics have had to say about Cormac McCarthy’s two handed play starring Gary Beadle and Jasper Britton. WhatsOnStage: *** “Thought-provoking and technically impressive, but frustratingly elliptical as a piece of drama, this feels like an evening that is more to admire than truly engage with.”  The Guardian: ** “Gary Beadle and Jasper… Read More

NEWS: 10th Anniversary Concert of Love Story to Take Place at Cadogan Hall

The concert will take place on Sunday the 17th May. It has been confirmed that The Love Story: 10th Anniversary Concert is set to star original cast members Michael D. Xavier (Oliver Barrett), Emma Williams (Jenny Cavilleri) and Peter Polycarpou (Phil Cavilleri) to celebrate the premiere of the musical at Chichester Festival Theatre in 2010.… Read More

First Look at…Persona, Riverside Studios

Production images have been released for the first production in the newly renovated Riverside Studios. Now in previews at the Riverside Studios, this new stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s 1966 film is directed by Paul Schoolman and will continue to play until the 23rd February. Renowned stage actress, Elizabet, has suffered a psychological breakdown and… Read More

NEWS: Janie Dee to Star in London Premiere of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike

The production will run at the Charing Cross Theatre from the 21st March until the 16th May. It has been announced that two time Olivier award-winner Janie Dee is set to star in the upcoming London premiere of Christopher Durang’s Tony Award-winning Best Play comedy, Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. Vanya and his… Read More

Interview With…Michael Head

The writer chatted to us about his play ‘Time’ heading to the Tristan Bates Theatre from the 10th to the 15th February. Hi Michael thanks for talking to me. Could you explain what ‘Time’ is about? Time is based on real people and true events. Based in a pub is South London Time tells the story… Read More

Review Round Up: Onegin, Royal Ballet, Royal Opera House

We round up the reviews for the Royal Ballet’s production of Onegin, now playing at the Royal Opera House. The Stage: **** “Distilled to its narrative essence, this is a ferocious and captivating ballet, danced with an immersive passion that is close to abandon.” The Guardian: ***** “Cranko, such an intelligent choreographer, is attuned to… Read More

Review Round Up: Les Miserables, Sondheim Theatre

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the newly opened production of Les Miserables. The Metro: *** “Matt Kinley’s pictorial set, with projections from design company 59 Productions, is nicely immersive and the score is blissful. The finale, Do You Hear The People Sing? is still utterly heart-stirring. Not quite a rebirth then,… Read More

REVIEW: Ten Times Table, Richmond Theatre

This inaugural production from Bill Kenwright’s The Classic Comedy Theatre Company has a great cast – but feels slightly flat. What happens when you put a bunch of characters with different views around one table in order to create a pageant that re-enacts a local piece of history? Well as seen by this gentle comedy… Read More