Review: Dracula, The London Library

Though it may seem like an unlikely venue for a theatrical performance, the London Library is actually the perfect setting for Creation Theatre’s latest production, Dracula. It was recently revealed that Bram Stoker used the library when writing his most famous work, following the exciting discovery of original copies of 26 books that Stoker for... Continue Reading →

Review: Anomaly, Old Red Lion Theatre

Over the past year there’s been a big focus on the #MeToo movement following allegations against powerful men in Hollywood including Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey. Now WildChild Productions’ latest play Anomaly offers a fresh perspective by telling the story of the perpetrator’s family – the women who are left behind to pick up the... Continue Reading →

Review: The Dame, Park Theatre

There ain’t nothing like a dame, and that’s certainly true of Ronald Roy Humphrey, pantomime dame and all-round entertainer. His costume is his armour, his make-up his war paint and each night he goes into battle. This is the only life he’s ever known. But as he returns to his northern roots for another pantomime... Continue Reading →

The month ahead: January

After a crazy end to 2018, my new year gets off to a relatively relaxing start in comparison while my body and my bank balance recover, but I still have quite a few exciting things planned. Here are a few of the shows I’m looking forward to this month and books I will be reading... Continue Reading →

Top Theatre Picks of 2019

Last year was a bumper year for London theatre, with the likes of The Inheritance and The Jungle winning rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. Thankfully a new year means there's a whole host of new plays and musicals for us all to enjoy to get us through 2019. Here are a few shows... Continue Reading →

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