Taming Who?, Intermission Youth Theatre’s adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew, daringly deconstructs its controversial predecessor to captivate a contemporary audience.
‘Are you okay?’ ‘No.’ ‘Are you?’ ‘No.’ ‘How are we? Not good.’
Sh!t Theatre’s latest work-in-progress performance is a raw and riveting exploration on ‘a bad year’. A year grappling with grief.
A performance of movement and emotion, as exhilarating as it is mesmeric, Van Huynh Company’s Re:birth is a transcendent dance experience.
A Season of Bangla Drama 2023 is graced with a stunning performance from Kumar Sharma’s sublime dance troupe, the Kathak Rockers.
We check out the cultural day trip potential on offer at the East Sussex home of the Bloomsbury group, Charleston Farmhouse in Firle, and its impressive new gallery in nearby Lewes.
Ahead of a festive dip into Nat Funni’s ‘TV soaked mind’, we caught up with snagged five minutes with the hilarious host to talk all things NFTV, comedy inspirations, the state of UK theatre arts, mayoral slogans, and (of course) things to do in London…
As The PappyShow celebrate their 10th Anniversary with a Birthday Pit Party spectacular at the Barbican, we caught up with Founder & Artistic Director Kane Husbands to talk about a decade of PappyShow, the value of inclusivity and identity, the state of UK theatre arts, and (of course) things to do in London…
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.
An outstanding, visually stunning reimagining of The Matrix, from director Danny Boyle.
We caught up with Side eYe Productions Artistic Director Hannah Abdule to talk about the forthcoming return of the amazing Dugzi Dayz to New Diorama Theatre, plus Ed Fringe experiences, future plans, and some fab things to do in London!