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23rd Jul 2016

HOW TO WIN AGAINST HISTORY – Ovalhouse Theatre, London.

How to Win Against History is an offbeat gem. Full to bursting with jokes of all kinds, from puns to political commentary. The musical numbers are lyrical, with some pleasing...

04th Jul 2016
Much Ado About Nothing

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING – St. Paul’s Covent Garden

Back to the rose garden, surely one of the nicest spots in central London for an outdoor performance, for the start of Iris Theatre’s latest season. Audiences this year will...

17th Jun 2016

MACBETH – New Wimbledon Studio, London.

Arrows & Traps Theatre Company present Shakespeare’s Macbeth in a personable and accessible way, showing the tragic Scottish nobleman as less of a cold blooded killer and more as a...

17th Jun 2016
James and the Giant Peach

JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH – Polka Theatre, London.

Having always been entranced by the wonders of Roald Dahl ever since I was a little girl, the prospect of seeing one of his stories brought to life on stage...

07th Jun 2016

TITANIC – Charing Cross Theatre, London

After first setting sail at the Southwark Playhouse three years ago, Thom Sutherland’s revival of Titanic at the Charing Cross Theatre certainly packs a punch. Maury Yeston’s stirring music is...

04th Jun 2016
Kenny Morgan

KENNY MORGAN – Arcola Theatre, London.

Kenny Morgan is a deeply affecting and honest new play by Mike Poulton that tells the story of a once promising and talented actor who has sunk into the depths...

02nd Jun 2016

TWIST OF LEMMON – St James Studio, London.

In this one-man show, Chris Lemmon presents a charming account of the life of his father, Jack Lemmon. The show has all the glamour and smoothness you’d expect from a...

01st Jun 2016
Jane Eyre

JANE EYRE – Richmond Theatre, London.

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë is a staple of classic British literature. Adapting such a well-loved novel must be a daunting prospect, but it is one that the Northern Ballet...

01st Jun 2016

THE NEW YORK – LONDON RENDEZVOUS – Canal Café Theatre, London.

The New York – London Rendezvous reunites two of the stand out performers from Danielle Tarento’s 2015 Southwark Playhouse revival of Grand Hotel.  Where that production was very much an...

28th May 2016

VOYAGER – New Diorama, London.

Idle Motion’s Voyager is all at once a tale of isolation and infinite love. Inspired by the story of The Golden Record (a time capsule attached to the spacecraft Voyager...

26th May 2016

A SUBJECT OF SCANDAL AND CONCERN – Finborough Theatre, London.

2016 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the term “angry young man” being coined by George Fearon in an attempt to describe John Osborne’s post-war writing to an audience more accustomed...

11th May 2016
Richard Alston Dance Company

RICHARD ALSTON DANCE COMPANY – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

The Richard Alston Dance Company present three short works at the New Wimbledon Theatre for one night only. A mainstay in the contemporary dance world, the company are in their...