REVIEW: The Cancellation of Crispin Cox

This fascinating one-man show examines the brutality of cancel culture in the entertainment industry has great relevancy at the moment. Written and performed by Michael Conley, this sharply insightful fifty minute piece effectively explores just what it takes to get to the top – and how precarious being at the top can be. Crispin Cox… Read More

REVIEW: The Fabulist Fox Sister, Southwark Playhouse (Online)

This fascinating new musical by Luke Bateman and Michael Conley effortlessly merges history, comedy and music to uncover the story of the Fox sisters – the creation of spiritualism. Back in the 1800’s, three sisters unexpectedly came up with the idea of being able to talk to spirits following a joke that they played on… Read More

Interview With…Luke Bateman & Michael Conley

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon chatted to the pair about their new musical The Fabulist Fox Sister. Thanks so much for talking to me. Could you tell me more about what The Fabulist Fox Sister is about? LUKE: It’s about Kate Fox, the woman who, when she pretended to talk to spirits in 1848… Read More

REVIEW: H.R Haitch, Union Theatre

Perfectly timed to coincide with the upcoming royal wedding, this musical comedy is packed full of laughs but seems to run out of steam towards the end.  For anyone looking for a royal knees up ahead of the royal wedding could do worse than to pay a visit to the Union Theatre for this amusing… Read More