NEWS: Punchdrunk Announce New London Show

The Burnt City will be the company’s largest show to date and will take place at Punchdrunk’s new home in Woolwich. Punchdrunk have unveiled details of its brand new London show, which is set to begin performances at Woolwich Works on the 22nd March 2022. The Burnt City, which will be the company’s first London… Read More

NEWS: Little Women to Play at the Park Theatre

The musical based on Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 novel will play at the theatre from the 11th November until the 19th December. Aria Entertainment, Hope Mill Theatre and Knockhardy Productions have announced that Little Women the Musical will be playing at the Park Theatre for a limited season later this year. This musical, based on… Read More

REVIEW: Rough Sleeper, The Actors Centre On Demand

This heartbreaking and yet all too true story is compelling to listen to unfold – yet somehow comes across as though it would work better performed in a theatre. Written by Jo Emery in association with Crisis, this one man show charts the story of “Man” from his rise as a property developer to becoming… Read More

NEWS: Casting Announced for Suzan-Lori Parks’ White Noise

The production is set to begin performances at the Bridge Theatre on the 5th October. Full casting has been announced for the upcoming European premiere of Suzan-Lori Parks’ White Noise, directed by Polly Findlay. The cast for this production is set to be comprised of James Corrigan , Ken Nwosu, Faith Omole and Helena Wilson. Thirty-somethings Leo, Misha, Ralph… Read More

NEWS: Full Casting Announced for Return of Les Miserables

The full production of the hit musical will resume performances at the Sondheim Theatre from the 25th September. Full casting has been announced for the return of the full production of Les Miserables which will return to the West End stage later this month. The cast is set to be led by Jon Robyns as… Read More

Interview With…Saffron Coomber

We chatted to Saffron about starring in Leopards at the Rose Theatre in Kingston. Hi Saffron, without giving too much away could you explain what Leopards is about? Leopards is a play that explores what it means to be good. In a world of cancel culture, do these projected ideals of how we present ourselves… Read More

Interview With…Molly Osborne

We chatted to Molly about starring in the European premiere of Paula Vogel’s play Indecent at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Hi Molly, how does it feel to be part of this production of Indecent? It is an incredible honour. I feel so lucky to have had this particular play and company shining a light at… Read More

Interview With….Anthony Almeida

We chatted to the director about the revival of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, currently touring the UK. Hi Anthony – how does it feel to be directing such an iconic play? Exciting. Tennessee Williams: what a writer.  But klaxon: he didn’t set out to write an iconic play. What’s stimulating to direct this play… Read More

Interview With… Tonderai Munyevu

We chatted to the writer and performer about Mugabe, My Dad & Me, which is currently playing at the York Theatre Royal. Hi Tonderai, could you tell me more about Mugabe, My Dad and Me? Mugabe My Dad and Me is an exploration of the bonds of kinship between fathers and sons on a personal… Read More

REVIEW: Breaking into Song by Adam Lenson

This thought-provoking book is as much about encouraging those love musicals to be more open minded as well as passionately highlighting the joys of musical theatre. Adam Lenson is certainly someone who is a champion of new musical theatre as both director and producer, his credits include recent musicals such as Francesca Forristal & Jordan… Read More