REVIEW: The Wipers Times, Arts Theatre

This touchingly poignant, gentle but funny show successfully shows how laughter helped one group of soldiers get through the war – without diminishing the impact WWI had on them and the world as a whole. Based on an little known true story, The Wipers Times is a deeply poignant show that effectively conveys how the… Read More

Review Round Up: I Object, British Museum

The British Museum’s latest exhibition explores what the  protestors think history is and who actually decides what history is through a series of objects selected by  Private Eye Editor Ian Hislop. Here’s what critics have said about the exhibition…. The Guardian: ** “Keeping it funny would have been a good idea. The history of satire, which Private… Read More