Hamlet Review

The Lowry, Salford – until 3 February 2018.  Reviewed by Marcus Richardson 5***** Hamlet, one of the most notable tragedies in not just theatrical but total history, the famous Shakespeare play is noted for its famous ‘To be, or not to be’ line. The just as famous Royal Shakespeare Company is known for giving a […]

NEW CAST ANNOUNCED FOR THE WEST END SMASH HIT THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY AHEAD OF ITS SECOND BIRTHDAY

NEW CAST ANNOUNCED FOR THE WEST END SMASH HIT THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY AHEAD OF ITS SECOND BIRTHDAY   Created by Mischief Theatre Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields   Ahead of its second birthday in the West End this spring, the critically acclaimed and Olivier Award-nomi nated The Comedy About A Bank Robbery announces a new […]

Lyric Hammersmith Announced 2018 Evolution Festival

Lyric Hammersmith Announces2018 Evolution Festival The Lyric Hammersmith today announces it will be bringing its Evolution Festival back for a third year. Evolution showcases artists aged 16 – 25, celebrating the ground-breaking and exciting work beingproduced by young people in the capital. The four day multi-art form festival will run from Wednesday 14 – Saturday […]

Leo Butler’s Faces in the Crowd in 10th anniversary production at the White Bear

Faces in the Crowd March 13th – 31st, White Bear Theatre Upstanding Productions brings the 10th anniversary production of Leo Butler’s raw and devastating Faces in the Crowd to the White Bear Theatre in March, examining the impact of 21st Century social and financial crises to the ordinary lives of a couple trying to make […]

TACKROOM THEATRE ANNOUNCES WORLD PREMIÈRE OF WHY IS THE SKY BLUE? (OR HOW TO MAKE SLIME)

tackroom theatre present The world première of WHY IS THE SKY BLUE? (Or How to Make Slime) By Abbey Wright, Shireen Mula and the company   Directed by Abbey Wright; Music by Matt Regan; Design by James Turner   26 April to 19 May 2018   tackroom theatre today announces the world première production, Why is the Sky Blue? (Or How to Make […]

Celebrate Valentine’s day with Love, life and death at Nature Morte

Love, life and death at Nature MorteGuildhall Art Gallery’s alternative celebration of Valentine’s DayGuildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Yard, London EC2V 5ARDate: Friday 16th February 2018, 7pm – 10pmExhibition dates: Thursday 7th September 2017 – Monday 2nd April 2018 As romantic clichés take over, Guildhall Art Gallery is offering an alternative Valentine’s Day experience, inviting you […]

Julius Caesar Review

Bridge Theatre – until 15 April.  Reviewed by Claire Roderick 5***** Wow. Just… Wow. Nicholas Hytners’ production of Julius Caesar is a phenomenal. Although modern dress, Brexit and Trump are not shoehorned in (although you can buy snazzy red baseball hats with Caesar emblazoned on them), and the seemingly eternal failing of the liberal elite […]