‘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.
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.
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…
A scintillating take on the Cleveland Street Scandal from writer James Fritz, directed by The Yard’s Artistic Director Jay Miller.
An outstanding, visually stunning reimagining of The Matrix, from director Danny Boyle.
Collective Theatre is North London’s newest theatre venue, providing a home for exciting and accessible performance work, and a creative hub for artists to learn in and create together through its acting school program.
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.
The astounding UK premiere of Open Lines, presented by Cie Basinga, kicked off the 2023 Greenwich + Docklands International Festival (GDIF).