Review: Thomas, Network Theatre, Vault Festival

The Vault Festival is always an experience – London’s biggest arts and entertainment festival enables fans of theatre, comedy, music and cabaret to discover new shows and acts while exploring the tunnels beneath Waterloo Station. This year’s festival is off to a strong start thanks to Snapper Theatre’s current production, Thomas, playing at the Network... Continue Reading →

News: Pleasance Theatre Trust announces new partnership with VAULT Festival

The Pleasance Theatre Trust has today announced a new partnership with VAULT Festival that will strengthen links between both organisations; working together, both Pleasance and VAULT are dedicated to developing and supporting the careers of new and emerging theatre makers, playwrights and comedians. Pleasance's annual Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme is one of the largest and... Continue Reading →

News: In celebration of National Pie Day, Waitress announces pie partnership with the Theatre Cafe

Today it has been announced that Waitress will partner with The Theatre Café, London’s first ever theatre-themed coffee shop, which will be making and selling delicious fresh pies each night at the show. Audience members will be able to buy the famous Waitress pie jars in apple crumble, chocolate salted caramel or banoffee at the Adelphi Theatre when the show begins preview performances... Continue Reading →

Review: The End of Magic, by Mark Stay

The End of Magic offers its readers an intriguing premise. While many of us are no doubt familiar with books where seemingly normal people discover they possess magical powers (unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past twenty years and missed the Harry Potter phenomenon), this new fantasy novel, written by Mark Stay,... Continue Reading →

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