The King’s Head Theatre concludes their West End season with Tommy Murphy’s three-hander play Strangers In Between. Set in Australia, the play is about Shane who has fled his hometown to leave his troubled family behind. Adam Spreadbury-Maher, the artistic … Continue reading Strangers In Between @ Trafalgar Studios 2
Based on the hit series which premiered on CBS in 1959 and ran for five seasons containing 156 episodes, The Twilight Zone a science-fiction anthology series set in a fifth dimension of space and time. Going into the play I … Continue reading The Twilight Zone @ Almeida Theatre
It’s that time of year, folks. Time to bring you the top 10 shows I loved in 2017. Across the entire year, I saw 115 shows, a number of which I had seen before but that didn’t stop me. I … Continue reading Top 10 shows of 2017.
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.
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ The Studio in The Other Palace is currently playing host to The Barricade Boys, four incredible performers who have arrived at The Other Palace to bring festive cheer to London in time for Christmas. The male vocal group … Continue reading The Barricade Boys @ The Other Palace
No, that P in the title isn’t a typo. Today I’m bringing you a preview of Tiny Dynamite that will be running at the Old Red Lion Theatre from the 9th January to the 3rd February 2018. The play is … Continue reading PREVIEW | Tiny Dynamite @ Old Red Lion Theatre
I’m publishing this post on my birthday! I’ve been out of the office since Wednesday and have been treating myself pre- turning 21 by immersing myself in theatre. In which, I have seen the UK premiere of a Simon Stephens … Continue reading Theatre Round Up | Heisenberg, The Toxic Avenger, Motown The Musical.
Insignificance is a play by Terry Johnson which takes place in one hotel room across the 2 hour run time. It’s a play about the effects of fame, what it means to be famous and how does it affect relationships. The characters are listed in the programme as The Actress/The Professor/The Senator/The Ball player so this play could be about anybody but Megan Rarity’s costume supervision says otherwise.
The current trend in London theatre at the moment seems to be discussing politics more than ever. What with James Graham’s two plays Labour of Love, based on the Labour party, and Ink, based on the early beginnings of The … Continue reading What Shadows @ Park Theatre
After much acclaim in 2016, Daniel Goldman directs his hit adaptation of Sergio Blanco’s play back at the Arcola Theatre as part of the CASA Latin American Theatre Festival which celebrates theatre made by Latin American artists. Thebes Land follows … Continue reading Thebes Land @ the Arcola Theatre