I am a sucker for a bit of romantic mush, so when I was invited to see She Loves Me at the lovely Landor I was all over it, especially in the weeks surrounding Valentine’s day!
Guest reviewer Alice Bzowska reviews Adam Hughes’ brutal text based on football hooliganism in the 1980’s presented by BackHere! Theatre Company at the Old Red Lion Theatre.
New Atlantis Review: LAStheatre bring to life a debate on sustainability and climate change.
E. Nesbit’s classic novel The Railway Children has been adapted into a stage play which has pulled into London once again. This is the show’s third UK outing, following a production at the National Railway Museum in York and an Olivier Award winning transfer to Waterloo Station
The Southwark Playhouse was on to quite the winning streak last year with acclaimed productions such as Dogfight and In The Heights, so much so that there is a certain level of polished professionalism one has come to associate with the venue. 2015 kicks into gear with a revival of cult hit Bat Boy; does […]
The first time I learned that Adult Panto was even a “thing” was earlier this year when my good friend Kate told me she had been cast as “Pussy” in 18+ only “Pussy in Boots.” Shocked and amused as I was, I kind of get the niche, so I was very excited to be invited to Sleeping Booty at the Leicester Square Theatre!
To say I had no idea what I was letting myself in for when I went to see Siro A at the Leicester Square Theatre this weekend would be an understatement! What I got? A satisfyingly strange performance with a wildly talented group of techno/break dancing/neon/clowns. Sure.
What a better way to warm yourself and your spirits on a cold wintry evening than a trip to the Southbank’s super cool and super jolly Spiegeltent coupled with a FANTASTIC performance from La Soiree!
From Spine’s poster; a girl in a wig spray painting a wall (yes, I know, you should never judge a play by the poster…but we all do it) I wasn’t particular inspired to see the show. However in this instance I hold my tail between my legs for being so judgemental as I have to admit that Spine is actually one of the most inspiring pieces of theatre I have seen this year.
I didn’t know much about Grand Guignol before entering the Southwark Playhouse last night, however after two deliciously dark hours I can now tell you that Grand Guignol is a perfect piece of autumnal theatre; it is simultaneously dark, mysterious, ghoulish and bloody funny!