NEWS: Further Casting Announced for The Girl on the Train

Further casting has been confirmed for the West End run of the stage production based on the best-selling novel by Paula Hawkins. Playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre from the 23rd July, further casting has been confirmed for the West End run for Anthony Banks’ production. Joining the previously announced Samantha Womack, it has… Read More

NEWS: The Girl on the Train to Play at the Duke of York’s Theatre

The production, currently touring the UK, will play in the West End for a limited season from the 23rd July. Based on the best-selling book by Paula Hawkins and the Dreamworks film, The Girl on the Train has been adapted for the stage by Rachel Wagstaff  and Duncan Abel and is directed by Anthony Banks. It has also… Read More

Review Round Up: Into the Water by Paula Hawkins

Following the success of The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins is back with a brand new thriller filled with secrets. But what have critics been saying?  The Guardian: “Into the Water isn’t as slick or as clever – or as relatable – as The Girl on the Train, but it’s creepy enough, provided you… Read More

REVIEW: The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

A subtle, yet gripping thriller that gives nothing of substance away until the very end.  Ok, so admittedly I’m late to the party of the worldwide success that this book has achieved – but now that I have I completely understand exactly people have been gripped by it. A subtle and detailed story, it shows… Read More

Books to Look Out for in 2017

As another year ends, here are just some of the books we can look forward to getting our hands on next year:  Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman: if you love Game of Thrones of anything related Tolkien, all of which has basis in the the great Norse myths. Now comes Neil Gaiman’s new book in which… Read More

Review Round Up: The Girl on the Train

Does this big screen adaptation of Paula Hawkins’s best selling thriller starring Emily Blunt impress critics?  The Guardian: ** “Fans of Paula Hawkins’s thriller might find themselves sticking to the book.” The Daily Mail: *** “In other words, it’s a contrived and complex film with nobody to root for.” Variety:  “It delivers a sense of… Read More