REVIEW: Frankenstein, National Theatre at Home

This startling and distinctive production is a fascinating take on Mary Shelley’s classic gothic story. Directed by Danny Boyle and adapted by Nick Dear, this is a wonderfully physical and suitably gothic take on Frankenstein that is compelling to watch from start to finish – with the two central performances delivering full on intensity. From… Read More

Review Round Up: Yesterday

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis’s new film. **** “Even though the romance is a bit flat, the Beatles part of Yesterday is more than enough to carry it. A couple of times the film teases the possibility that the real Paul or Ringo might turn… Read More

NEWS: Trainspotting Live to Embark on UK Tour

The hit immersive production of Irvine Welsh and Danny Boyle’s iconic story will be embarking on a UK tour, following two successful runs at the King’s Head Theatre and recently at the Vaults Theatre.  Touring the UK from May, the immersive production is directed by Kings Head Theatre artistic director Adam Spreadbury-Maher in collaboration with Greg Esplin.… Read More

Review Round Up: T2 Trainspotting

Twenty odd years on since the original cult classic was released, Danny Boyle and co are back with a new story to tell – but is it destined to be as iconic as the original or does it fall flat on its face?  The Guardian: **** “it is a little too long and unwinds a… Read More

Secret Cinema Steps into Horror Genre for the First Time

Secret Cinema is about to get a whole lot darker by entering the genre of horror, with Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later the next film to get the Secret Cinema treatment.  Often considered to have reinvigorated the zombie genre, 28 Days Later stars Cillian Murphy as Jim, a bicycle courier who awakes from a coma to… Read More