Review, Thriller Live, Lyric Theatre

After making his debut in Thriller Live last year to commemorate the 4000th performance of the long-running musical, which celebrates the life and work of the ‘King of Pop’ Michael Jackson, Peter Andre has returned to the Lyric Theatre for a limited engagement. Part jukebox musical, part tribute to the late Jackson, Gary Lloyd’s Thriller... Continue Reading →

News: 71st Anniversary of the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights is marked with an invitation to Fly The Flag

Nearly 500 arts organisations, human rights charities, schools, colleges and universities came together in June to present events and activities across the UK; whilst international partners and individuals also flew Ai Weiwei’s flag to mark the 70th anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights. The activity in June this year was just the beginning. Producers... Continue Reading →

News: Tarot comes to London’s VAULT Festival

Live Tarot reading meets mesmeric contemporary circus as The Feathers of Daedalus come to VAULT Festival with a spell-binding reworking of their Edinburgh Fringe hit, Tarot. Taking audiences on a thrilling and unpredictable adventure guided by fate, the visual imagery and characters of the cards are brought to life through skilled acrobatic and musical improvisation.... Continue Reading →

News: Birmingham Royal Ballet announces UK tour of Swan Lake

Ballet’s greatest love story returns in Birmingham Royal Ballet’s lavish production. This romantic fable of ill-fated passion, powerfully illuminated by Tchaikovsky’s legendary score played live by the Royal Ballet Sinfonia, has bewitched audiences for generations. In 2020 the production will tour to Southampton, Birmingham, Salford, Sunderland and Plymouth. By a moonlit lake, a grieving prince... Continue Reading →

News: Greenwich’s iconic Old Royal Naval College to host an evening with Hugh Bonneville and Jane Asher

Greenwich's iconic Old Royal Naval College has launched a special Gift Membership that includes an invitation to a Salon Evening on 23 January 2020. Guest artists, including Hugh Bonneville and Jane Asher, are taking part to support the continued conservation of the Old Royal Naval College's magnificent Baroque buildings. The Salon Evening, A Play for... Continue Reading →

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