The art of self-sabotage

In recent years I’ve read a number of self-help books, but I’ve rarely felt that they’ve had a positive impact on me and my life. Sometimes I’ve found it hard to connect with it or the exercises difficult to keep up with, while at other times I’ve put down a book feeling worse than when... Continue Reading →

News: New dates announced for West End transfer of The Ocean at the End of the Lane

Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, which was scheduled to begin performances this autumn, has been postponed. The acclaimed production will now open at the Duke of York’s Theatre in 2021, with previews beginning from 23 October 2021, playing for a limited run.  Whilst government recently made the welcome announcement that performances can resume indoors, they can do so... Continue Reading →

News: Golden Toad Theatre launches West End-led music video for Errol’s Garden

Following their recent collaboration with West End stars, Courtney Stapleton (Six) and Joe Griffiths-Brown (Hamilton), Golden Toad Theatre are thrilled to reveal their finished music video, starring green-fingered children from across the country. Encouraged to sing along and share photos and drawings of their garden creations, children have mucked in to bring the musical of... Continue Reading →

Review: Cheer the F**k Up, Jack Rooke

Writer, comedian and campaigner Jack Rooke has certainly made a name for himself in recent years, what with his hit Edinburgh shows, Good Grief and Happy Hour, and BBC 3 television series Happy Man, which have focused on grief and mental health. And now Rooke brings his experiences to the literary world with his new... Continue Reading →

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