REVIEW: One Enchanted Evening by Anton Du Beke

Filled with glitz, glamour and of course dancing – this is a stylishly easy book to read from start to finish. Easy going and charming from start to finish, even if you don’t look at the front cover it is easy to tell that this is a story written by Anton Du Beke. On every… Read More


Interview with… Sara Alexander

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva the Woman Applauded Herself at the Ovalhouse Theatre. Hi Sara – thanks so much for talking to me. Could you explain a bit more about what Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva the Woman Applauded Herself is about? It’s a joyful, slightly… Read More

REVIEW: All You Need is Love, Cadogan Hall

This concert- styled show highlights the diversity and range of music that The Beatles produced in a lightly entertaining way. If you want to pop down ‘The Long and Winding Road’ into musical nostalgia about what exactly made The Beatles such an important part of British music history, then All You Need is Love is… Read More

Interview With…Rocky Rodriguez Jr

The playwright chatted to us about Bed Peace currently playing at the Cockpit Theatre. Are you a big Beatles fan?.. John or Paul? I am a big Beatles fan. And yes, I sit on the John side of the fence; but that is more because I include the totality of John and Paul’s solo work… Read More

Five Minutes with….Sonia Jalaly

The writer chatted to us about bringing her play Bump to the Kiln Theatre’s Mapping Brent Festival on the 18th April. Hi Sonia, thanks so much for talking to me. Could you tell me a bit more about what Bump is about? The Bump cast and team have been working together since October last year.… Read More

Interview with…Rakie Ayola

The actress chatted to us about her current role in The Half God of Rainfall. Could you explain more about what The Half God of Rainfall is about? The play is about Half God Demi, his mortal mother Modupé and how their lives are affected by the Nigerian-Órisà Gods and the Greek-Olympian Gods. It’s about… Read More

REVIEW: The Missing Sister by Dinah Jefferies

Vivid and absorbing, The Missing Sister is a beautifully told story of family, romance and mystery. This latest novel from Dinah Jefferies is her best yet, combining vivid detail along with beautifully created characters and a compelling story that makes The Missing Sister thoroughly engaging from start to finish. Set during the 1930’s, Belle is… Read More

Interview With… Catrin Aaron

The actress chatted to Emma Clarendon about starring in Tamara Harvey’s production of Orpheus Descending at Theatr Clwyd before playing at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Hi Catrin – how are you feeling about being part of this new production of Orpheus Descending? Really excited. Orpheus is one of his lesser known and less frequently performed… Read More

REVIEW: Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition is a thought provoking display that reveals there is much more to Edvard Munch’s work than The Scream. When we think of Edvard Munch there is a tendency to simply associate his most famous work ‘The Scream’ with him – but as this captivating new exhibition at the British Museum… Read More

Five Minutes With… Olivia Rose Smith

The actress chatted to us about her latest role in Hannah Hauer-King’s production of the Amber Trap at Theatre503. Hi Olivia could you explain what The Amber Trap is about? Amber trap is about identity, love, consent, relationships. It’s about life really, the struggles that people face and how they cope. What did you initially… Read More