Review, The Snow Queen, Park Theatre

While the theatre world is currently excited about the casting of Elsa in Frozen the musical in London next year, the Park Theatre is celebrating the original Snow Queen with its Christmas production. Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale, said to be loose inspiration behind Frozen, gets a modern makeover in Charles Way’s adaptation, which runs... Continue Reading →

News: The Great Experiment to embark on London tour

Exposing the little-known history of the Indian migrant labourers indentured to work on plantations around the world following the Abolition of Slavery, the award-winning Border Crossings brings The Great Experiment to audiences across London. This new work recounts the moment in history when more than two million Indians were indentured to replace slave labour in... Continue Reading →

Review: An Act of God, The Vaults

God is the King of the Universe, Creator of space and time and, in actual fact, pretty fed up too. Thousands of years after appearing to Moses at Mount Sinai to reveal the Ten Commandments, God has grown weary of them and the way they’ve been used throughout history, and so has inhabited the body... Continue Reading →

Interview with Amanda Broomell

Mandy Picks a Husband, an autobiographical show written by and starring Amanda Broomell, opens at London's Canal Cafe Theatre next month. I caught up with Amanda to find out more.  Can you tell me a bit about Mandy Picks a Husband? It’s an autobiographical account of my quest to find The One, which has been... Continue Reading →

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