NEWS: Channing Tatum’s Magic Mike Live Extends London Run

The show continues to play at the Hippodrome Casino. Channing Tatum and his co-producers have confirmed that additional tickets for Magic Mike Live in London have been released, with the booking period for the show extended until the 13th September. Tickets are available through the official website now. Conceived and co-directed by Channing Tatum, Magic… Read More

NEWS: Cast Announced for Magic Mike Live

Casting for Magic Mike Live in London at the Hippodrome Casino has been confirmed as well as further tickets released for first six months of its run. Due to popular demand, a further 10,000 previously held tickets will go on sale for the first six month run of the show at 12pm on the 19th… Read More

NEWS: Channing Tatum to Bring Magic Mike Live Show to London

A year after launching in Las Vegas, Channing Tatum has announced he will be bringing Magic Mike Live to London’s Hippodrome Casino this November.  Conceived and co-directed by the actor, Magic Mike Live is based on the popular films Magic Mike and Magic Mike XXL and will see the Hippodrome’s theatre transformed into 325-seat performance space. Suitable for those aged… Read More

Review Round Up: Kingsman: The Golden Circle

Taron Egerton and Colin Firth return to the spy world with this new sequel to the 2015 hit film. But what have critics been making of The Golden Circle?  The Guardian: *** ” It’s a film that is utterly maximalist, stuffed to the gills with gadgets, gimmicks, ideas both good and bad. An exhausting, exhilarating watch.”… Read More

REVIEW: Hail Caesar!

This latest film from Joel and Ethan Coen is as quirky as ever – with plenty to make you smile, even if the references to communism are a bit vague and don’t add much to the plot. The joy of this film lies in the number of Hollywood inside jokes there are to be enjoyed,… Read More

Review Roundup: Hail Caesar!

The latest Cohen brothers film stars George Clooney, Tilda Swinton and Channing Tatum – but is it as successful as their previous films?  The Guardian:**** Peter Bradshaw wrote that: “It’s not encumbered with significance, but richly affectionate and very entertaining.” Den of Geek: Ryan Lambie thought the film: “is a messy, lavish treat.” Financial Times:… Read More