Ahead of her first ever UK show at O2 Academy Islington, we caught up with Anly to talk about early inspirations, cafes, advice for the next big things, and hopes for 2024.
It’s great to be back in The Albany’s distinctive theatre space, but despite some beautiful moments, Quang Kien Van’s Babylon feels like a work in progress.
Pitchfork Music Festival London 2023 boasts an incredible, eclectic line-up of artists performing at amazing venues across London. We grilled Dan Monsell – Festival Director/Head Booker – Pitchfork Festival London/FORM – on the inspirations behind Pitchfork London, programme highlights, dream bookings, and things to do in London…
We caught up with with Talia Andrea, Editor-in-Chief at STRAND Magazine and Founder of FEMMESTIVAL – an all-new, all-female music festival which seeks to close the gap women often face in the live music sector, by showcasing the women making waves in London’s local music scene.
We chatted with composer, pianist and Multi Story Orchestra founder Kate Whitley about the forthcoming performance of The End at London’s Southbank Centre, as well as the importance of creative opportunities for young people, inspirations, and Things To Do in London!
Brigitte Aphrodite takes you on a legendary journey bursting with joy, lols and unsung heroes.
Between shows on the Fringe, we caught up with Brigitte Aphrodite and Quiet Boy (Gaz Tomlinson) to talk about their 2023 Fringe shows!
The Serbian singer and songwriter who brought emo performance art to Eurovision, Luke Black wows an already dedicated fanbase at London Bridge’s Amazing Grace.
In Alien Superstar, Beyoncé states “I’m the bar”. This is not swag, or brag. It’s fact. In Renaissance, she proves that she is without peer, in talent, vision and across every other aspect of being a live performer. Every other entertainer has to relate to their place in the pecking order below her.