Review: Come From Away, Phoenix Theatre

While many of us no doubt recall the terrible events of 9/11, the chances are we’ve never heard of the remote Newfoundland town of Gander, which played a crucial role in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks. That’s set to change with the arrival of musical Come From Away, now playing at London's Phoenix Theatre.... Continue Reading →

Review: bottled. Vault Festival

Katy is a fifteen-year-old girl with her whole life ahead of her. She’s doing well at school (even if she can’t quite see the point of it), she has plenty of friends and she’s dating a boy she believes to be the love of her life. But then her mum’s boyfriend Brian moves in, they... Continue Reading →

News: The Trials of Oscar Wilde to tour the UK

It has been announced that The Trials of Oscar Wilde will return for a UK tour. This fascinating production, co-written by Merlin Holland, Oscar Wilde’s own grandson, and John O’Connor tells of what actually happened during Wilde’s trials, drawing on the original transcripts. Only days after the celebrated opening of Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, he started... Continue Reading →

News: Masters of contemporary circus to headline the Underbelly Festival Southbank with A Simple Space

Feel the heat, hear every breath, and be immersed in every moment. This is the enticing invitation issued to UK audiences by highly acclaimed Australian circus company, Gravity & Other Myths as they bring A Simple Space to headline the Underbelly Festival Southbank from 5 April – 5 May this year. A Simple Space is contemporary circus at its best and returns to... Continue Reading →

News: Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 announces Africa Express The Circus

Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 has announced details of Africa Express: The Circus. Following acclaimed outings in Africa, Europe and across Britain, Africa Express: The Circus will see musical legends, emerging new artists, vocalists, DJs and producers from Africa, the West and Waltham Forest come together on 29th March for a celebratory cross-cultural collaboration in... Continue Reading →

News: Cast announced for UK tour of Jon Brittain’s Olivier award-winning Rotterdam

Casting has been announced for the exciting tour of Jon Brittain's Olivier award-winning production Rotterdam. Trans non-binary actor Lucy Jane Parkinson (Multi award-winning Joan, international tour; Communion, Young Vic; DragKing Cabaret artiste 'LoUis CYfer') will star as Fiona/Adrian, playing opposite Bethan Cullinane (Salt, Theatre503/RADA Festival/The Rosemary Branch, King Lear, RSC; Othello, Globe Theatre) as Alice.... Continue Reading →

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