Cast announced for the all-female production of POSH

OLD MONEY. NEW PROBLEMS. DIFFERENT GENDER. Hannah Murray (Skins, Game of Thrones, Untitled Detroit Project) is to lead the cast for the world premiere of an all-female version of Posh. Full casting for the production has been announced today. This thrilling new production, which will run at London’s Pleasance Theatre from 29th March, gives Laura […]

REVIEW: This Must Be The Place (The Vaults) ★★★★

This Must Be The Place, written by Brad Birch and Kenneth Emson, was first performed at Latitude Festival in 2016. It now transfers to Vault Festival in London for five nights. Four actors wait on stage as the audience file into the small damp vault space with trains rumbling overhead. They smile and make eye […]


Despite its thoroughly modern title, Thoroughly Modern Millie is a good old-fashioned throw back to a simpler time in musical theatre, with a feel of Singin’ In The Rain and 42nd Street. Set in 1922, Millie Dillmount leaves her small town home in Kansas for the Big Apple on her quest to become a modern […]


Adam Scott-Rawley has a great body. This is the observation of my companion while we wait for This Is Not Culturally Significant to begin. We’re actually trying to avoid looking at his body, as he stands naked and unashamed onstage, but we’re also attempting to appear cool and unembarrassed so we can’t avert our gaze […]


Cornwall vs China is written by Daniel Hallissey and directed by Danny Wainwright. Their previous collaboration, Dracula had five star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, followed by a successful transfer to the King’s Head Theatre in London. They’re hoping to follow that with a comedy set in a world where Cornwall has voted to […]


Summer Nights In Space is a convivial, bright, jocular musical with original music and songs, though beware, Oklahoma this ain’t! Astronaut John Spartan has accomplished his lifelong ambition and made it into space, as Captain of Auxiliary Transport Shuttle 4. However, after three years with only the mechanical voice of the all pervading rocket ship’s […]

REVIEW: ROMEO AND JULIET (Theatro Technis) ★★

The exciting Acting Gymnasium, a weekly acting workshop, has arrived at the Theatro Technis with the immortal story of the star crossed lovers, but not as you have ever seen it before. This is a bang up to date version in look and voice. This does cause some contextual problems however. If you are speaking […]

REVIEW: MY LAND’S SHORE (Ye Olde Rose and Crown) ★★★★★

Passionate, relevant and heartbreaking. My Land’s Shore’s professional world premiere is a roaring success. Christopher J Orton’s score is gorgeous, and it is most definitely written for a Welsh voice, the sound pouring over the entire audience and blending beautifully. Although there were lots of standout solo performances, there is no doubting that the show […]

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