Duncton Wood – Union Theatre

  The Union Theatre is a small fringe theatre with very intimate spacing that is situated in the heart of Southwark. The theatre itself has reputation for staging high-quality musicals in its tiny studio space, examples such as a very successful run of Gilbert and Sullivan operetta season, Bare, The Dreaming and its latest success, […]

Miss Saigon – Prince Edward Theatre

There is something to be said for sitting in the front row at the theatre. It’s not the ideal place to be if you’ve not seen a show before, as you are so close to the action that you are constantly turning your head to look in particular places. Saying that however, if you’ve seen […]

Just Jim Dale – Vaudeville Theatre

I was never really an avid watcher of the Carry On films and so the name Jim Dale wasn’t one I was overly familiar with, so I went along to see his new one man show Just Jim Dale with an open mind and no real expectations. One day Jim realised there must be more […]

James Freedman Man of Steal – Trafalgar Studios

Following a successful run at The Menier Chocolate factory, James Freedman is now presenting his Man of Steal show at the Trafalgar studios. This hour long spectacle is difficult to put into the regular pigeon hole of a West End show and is actually a little difficult to describe. I guess essentially it’s a magic […]

Dogs of War – Old Red Lion Theatre

During university break, Johnny visits his parents at home in “the middle of nowhere”, Northern Ireland. Both parents have taken early retirement because his mother is mentally ill. Johnny’s father desperately tries to keep on top of the family’s finances, while Johnny himself sways between obsessing over his video game and freaking out about the […]

Beta Testing – Udderbelly Festival

Juggling is not a particularly sexy art form. I don’t think the sentence ‘he was such a good juggler I wanted to bite his bum’ has ever been uttered. So it makes sense that Circus Geeks have capitalised on the nerdish nature of juggling to create a cross between The Big Theory and the Big […]

£10 tickets for HAMLET starring Benedict Cumberbatch at the Barbican

Sonia Friedman Productions, in partnership with Sky Arts, has allocated 100 £10 tickets, spread throughout the auditorium for every performance of Lyndsey Turner’s production of Hamlet starring Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role at the Barbican Theatre from 5 August 2015. 60 of the Sky Arts £10 tickets will be sold in advance via the […]

An Intimate Evening with Liza Minnelli at the London Palladium

  Currently in her sixth decade of performing, Liza Minnelli, winner of four Tony Awards, an Oscar, a Grammy, two Golden Globe Awards, an Emmy and a BAFTA, remains one of the world’s most consummate performers and beloved entertainers. In film, on record, on stage and on television, Liza has won critical acclaim, a multitude […]

The Taming of the Shrew – New Wimbledon Studio

The Taming of the Shrew kicks off the “Love in a Time of War” series at New Wimbledon Studio. Bored of the evergreen Shakespeare? Do not give this one a miss because of that – certain to give every play a yet unseen twist, Arrows & Traps will deliver a truly fresh take on the […]

Son of Man – Bread and Roses Theatre

Son of Man tells a reimagined story of Jesus (Yeshua) and the events leading up to the beginning of his ministry.   In this re-telling, Yeshua (played by baby-faced Calvin Crawley) is not born of a virgin; rather, he is the product of an extra-marital affair between his mother and a Roman.  He has blond hair […]

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