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!
Belarus Free Theatre’s newest gothic noir performance – King Stakh’s Wild Hunt – shows how powerful the impact of art can be in the times of dictatorship.
A masterful must-see immersive experience aboard a red bus travelling across South-East London, The Architect inspires us to seek justice and realise our dreams.
It would be impossible to review the entire Margate Pride 2023, which hosts events throughout most of August, but our roving correspondent Lucy Nordberg had a whirlwind weekend experiencing as much as she could at this community-focused celebration, from art exhibitions to cabaret to queer sea shanties.
The astounding UK premiere of Open Lines, presented by Cie Basinga, kicked off the 2023 Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF).
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!
All of our 2023 Edinburgh Fringe reviews in one place – we’ll be updating this by the minute (as long as we keep the Irn-Bru flowing).
As Pink Lotus brings her LGBTQ+ cabaret spectacular HOT QUEER MAGIC to the Edinburgh Fringe, we caught up with the queer burlesque artist and Indian dancer to talk about the show, influences, and Things To Do (in London)…
A batshit crazy variety night of lols, with everyone’s favourite slime ball Jack Tucker (Zach Zucker) and friends.