Monthly Archive: June 2016

The Truth @ Wyndham’s Theatre 0

The Truth @ Wyndham’s Theatre

Florian Zeller’s name is fast becoming a byword for gripping, fascinating and often brilliantly funny theatre. Productions of The Mother and The Father have racked up critical raves and when The Truth opened at the...

Macbeth @ Shakespeare’s Globe 0

Macbeth @ Shakespeare’s Globe

Like most of Shakespeare’s tragedies Macbeth works best when viewed on the strength of the relationships between its characters. Sure the blood and guts murders are ways to get bum on seats but even with a literal...

Casting Announced For Allegro at Southwark Playhouse 0

Casting Announced For Allegro at Southwark Playhouse

We’re very excited today to hear that full casting has been announced for Danielle Tarento and Thom Southerland’s next musical collaboration. With Titanic, Grey Gardens and Grand Hotel the pair have proved they have an undeniable...

Curtain Up – Our Favourite News From The Past Week 0

Curtain Up – Our Favourite News From The Past Week

It’s been a while since we last shared a roundup of the news, but there’s been a lot that has caught our eye this past week and, well… sharing is caring! So, without further ado,...

A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Shakespeare’s Globe 0

A Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Shakespeare’s Globe

Anarchy! It’s not what you expect from a Shakespeare play… even one that has been performed in as many ways as A Midsummer Night’s Dream has been tackled.Emma Rice’s debut piece in her first season...

REVIEW: Titanic @ Charing Cross Theatre 1

REVIEW: Titanic @ Charing Cross Theatre

Can I start with a confession? I never really “got” Titanic… Sure, Maury Yeston’s music and Peter Stone’s book had the requisite bombast, but I’d never seen much evidence of the heart. Leave it to...

The Taming Of The Shrew @ Shakespeare’s Globe 0

The Taming Of The Shrew @ Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe’s Wonder Season is in full swing on Bankside, with the theatre becoming more and more of a fantasy world. I have to confess that The Taming Of The Shrew would not have been...