REVIEW: Untitled Sparkly Vampire Play, Omnibus Theatre

While the play is an interesting examination of being confused about sexuality and identity, it feels as though its neat conclusion doesn’t quite fit in with the rest of the story. There is no doubting that Ashley Milne’s new play has a quirky charm about it to explore sexuality and journey to acceptance of who… Read More

Interview With…Yasmin Dawes

We caught up with Yasmin to discuss the UK tour of Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with the man that used to hit her). Hi Yasmin, could you tell us what audiences can expect from Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with a man that used to hit her)? Audiences can really expect a non-linear… Read More

Interview With…Charlotte Warner

We chatted to Charlotte about starring in A Midsummer night’s Dream at the Reading Rep Theatre. Hi Charlotte – how does it feel to be part of this production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream? I am beyond excited to be a part of Reading Rep’s production of Midsummer. Ever since I came to see ‘Dorian’… Read More

REVIEW: The Mystery Of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes, Netflix

This new documentary exploring the life and untimely death of Marilyn Monroe is fascinating in parts – but does become repetitive in a way that distracts from its purpose. Marilyn Monroe is a name and person that continues to fascinate people all over the world not only for her acting and beauty – but sadly… Read More

REVIEW: The Misfortune of the English, Orange Tree Theatre

Based on true events, this world premiere production features three completely engaging performances – but it does seem to run out of steam towards the end. April 17th 1936 – a group of school boys and their teacher went hiking on the Schauinsland mountain in South-Western Germany but ended up being caught up in a… Read More

REVIEW: The Hound of the Baskervilles, Original Theatre Company (Online)

This is Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic gothic story – but not as you remember it in this family friendly and undeniably enjoyable production. What a silly, joyous and fun adaptation of The Hound of the Baskervilles this is. Ok so it might swerve away from the original story slightly – but there is no denying… Read More

REVIEW: Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts, Wallace Collection

Having originally been on display in New York’s Met Museum, this fascinating and joyous exhibition wonderfully combines the worlds created by Disney and the European world they were inspired by. Focusing on the worlds created for Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast, this dazzling and intricate exhibition really captures the detail as to how Disney… Read More

REVIEW: Rabbit Hole, Union Theatre

David Lindsay-Abaire’s close examination of the many different ways to experience and cope with grief is sensitively brought to life by Front Foot Theatre – but it feels as though the characters aren’t as fully developed as they could be. Grief can be experienced and dealt with in many different ways – but the question… Read More

Interview With…Robbie Fairchild and Adam Perry

We chatted to the Broadway stars about bringing their florist venture to London to help celebrate the return of My Fair Lady to the West End. Hi to you both! How does it feel to be bringing boo.kay to London? Robbie: It’s a dream I never thought possible. I fell in love with and learned to arrange… Read More

Interview with…Kirstie Skivington

We chatted to Kirstie about starring in the UK tour of Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World. Hi Kirstie – could you explain what Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World is about? Hi! I’m so happy to be talking about our wonderful show and why you shouldn’t wait asecond to purchase a ticket!… Read More