Get back to nature with the Sitopia Farm team, and learn how to create your own no-dig market garden paradise. If there’s a more energising, inspirational and refreshing way to spend a day in London, we’re yet to find it!
The astounding UK premiere of Open Lines, presented by Cie Basinga, kicked off the 2023 Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF).
Review: Yayoi Kusama: You, Me and the Balloons – Manchester International Festival / Aviva Studios / Factory International ★★½
A two-room, underwhelming, yet eye-catching opening for Manchester’s Factory International. Yayoi Kusama: You, Me and the Balloons | Aviva Studios, Manchester | Until 28 August 2023 | £15 (Affordable tickets £10 & £7.50) Yayoi Kusama is a 95 year old…
Hushed whispers and loud bodies crafting a complex and beautiful narrative that is a MUST SEE.
Unmissable show alert! Teatro Vivo’s Dangerous Games delivers on its exhilarating concept, taking risks with public space, and bringing theatre to deepest South London.
The world of art is shifting from inaccessible high brow to dazzling spectacle (and lasers!) with Thin Air – and also with Blindmouth, a night of spoken word poetry which feels more like a Stormzy gig.
We caught up with Nancy Hirst, artistic director of Icon Theatre, to talk about The Ballad of St John’s Car Park, set to premiere at Chatham’s St George Hotel this October.
Overpriced and hobbled by glitchy tech, this immersive experience is nevertheless a diverting romp around the Tower Vaults.
Mulan Rouge is a genre-bending, drag musical, supper club mash-up which will win over even the hardest of hearts!
A Marmite-like immersive experience in Woolwich – there will be love and hate, and everything in between, for Punchdrunk’s The Burnt City, but either way this is undeniably ambitious spectacle on a grand scale.