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Cliffordkuju Henry’s powerful two-hander In Search of a White Identity explores issues that have been particularly sharpened into focus with the events of this year.
Love London Love Culture offers a guide to some of the shows set to open in London next month.
Emma Clarendon chatted to Siana Bangura about her and Christina Nicole about their new podcast Behind the Curtains.
Written and conceived by Peter Polycarpou, Falling Stars is a charming and fascinating exploration of composers, collaborators and publishers of the 1920s.
Mike Bartlett’s new monologue Phoenix effectively explores how people in power abuse the rules set in place for everyone – except seemingly for those in positions of trust.
Actress Emily Bruni spoke to Emma Clarendon about starring in Psychodrama at Never For Ever from 21-31 January 2021.
This new cast recording of the Disney production of Mary Poppins is lively and charming from start to finish.
Margaret Perry’s A Passion Play affectionately explores the story of two teenage girls and their changing relationship.
In the Absence of Silence is a compelling, heartbreaking but ultimately hopeful piece that will hopefully give courage to others who find themselves in the same situation.
Mongolian Death Worm: A Puppet Musical has imagination and charm and a score that proves to be catchy and memorable.
Ewan Pollitt’s tense but heartfelt play Fission examines grief and how it affects your perspective on the people you love.
This wonderfully warm production of Educating Rita reveals a play that still feels as though it has plenty of relevance today.
We rounded up the reviews for this immersive production based on F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby.
While it has taken a while for the winners of this years Olivier Awards to be announced, there was plenty to be celebrated – as well as a strong reminder of the power of theatre.
Emma Clarendon chatted to actor James Demaine about bringing the Barn Theatre production of Michael Morpurgo’s story Private Peaceful to the West End.
Emma Clarendon chatted to the actress Hannah Bristow about starring in A Passion Play as part of 45North and Ellie Keel Productions’ Written on the Waves project.
Lockdown Town, an immersive time machine of musical history, is socially distanced fun and an ideal distraction from the problems of the world.
We round up the reviews for Jonathan O’Boyle’s production of The Last Five Years now playing at the Southwark Playhouse.
Dance musical Wait for Me beautifully captures life as seen through the eyes of one couple and the angels who bring them together.
Pedro Leandro’s short play at the Omnibus Theatre, We Were Having a Perfectly Nice Time, is sharp and pacy – but is in need of further development.
Video designer and photographer Nina Dunn spoke to Emma Clarendon about The Dark Theatres Project and the lack of support for theatre during the Covid-19 pandemic.
There is great attention paid to detail throughout Sharp Teeth’s Sherlock In Homes: Murder At The Circus which ensures that the audience are thoroughly engaged from start to finish.
The Bridge Theatre present Inua Ellams’ play An Evening With an Immigrant as part of its repertoire of one person plays during September and October.
We round up the reviews for Gemma Lawrence’s play Sunnymead Court, running at the Tristan Bates theatre for a limited time.
The Seth Concert Series With Karen Olivo is as richly diverse musically as the rest of the series as well as being entertaining from start to finish.
We round up the reviews for Steven Dexter’s production of the musical Pippin, now playing at the Garden Theatre in Vauxhall.
Actor Harry Hepple chatted to Emma Clarendon about being part of Wise Children’s Romantics Anonymous.
Elephant’s Graveyard is certainly a chilling but compelling watch that manages to capture the glamour as well as the horror of the world of circus vividly.
Emma Clarendon chatted to actress Charlotte Payne about starring in Squad Goals, which began performances at the Dagenham & Redbridge Football Ground this week.
With this year being topsy turvy and in need of a few laughs, there is plenty to be found in the Guildford Fringe Theatre Company’s summer pantomime Pinocchio Gets Wood which contains all …
Director James Hillier chatted to Emma Clarendon about Sunnymead Court by Gemma Lawrence, playing at the Tristan Bates Theatre from 22 September 2020.