Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/event/kill-climate-deniers#overview Booking until: 28th June 2019 Production Photos by: Ali Wright. Run time: 1hr 30mins. Pretty much what it says on the tin, a group of – labelled – “eco terrorists” attack the Environment Minister … Continue reading Kill Climate Deniers @ Pleasance Theatre*
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Tickets and more information: https://www.pleasance.co.uk/event/call-me-vicky#overview Booking until: 9th March 2019 Production Photos by: Fabio Santos Run time: 80 mins Set in 1980s South London, Call Me Vicky is the debut play by sisters Nicola & Stacy Bland following a … Continue reading Call Me Vicky @ Pleasance Theatre*
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐ The second Edinburgh import that I managed to catch was Lights Over Tesco Car Park performed by the Poltergeist theatre company. The premise of the show follows the theatre company being contacted by a man called Robert who claims … Continue reading Lights Over Tesco Car Park @ Pleasance Theatre*
Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ As part of their Caledonian Express season, the Pleasance Theatre in Islington is playing host to a whole range of shows that performed at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Having had major FOMO over the summer, I was super … Continue reading We’ve Got Each Other @ Pleasance Theatre*
Last year, I did a post showcasing plays & musicals that were about characters in the LGBTQ+ community to celebrate Pride. As there are more new shows in London to catch during June, I thought I would recommend you shows … Continue reading LGBTQ+ In Theatre II
Photo credit: Sally Jubb Photography Tom Vallen’s Edinburgh Festival hit A Gym Thing comes to London and will start performances at the Pleasance Theatre, Islington from 30th April to 13th May. The play takes place within a 60 minute workout … Continue reading Quick Fire Questions | Tom Vallen, writer of A Gym Thing
Today I am bringing you three new stage productions that have been adapted from previous work that you can see on stage in London. The shows below include a new interpretation of J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, an opera set in 2017 and a musical about a teenage drag queen.