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.
BFI & CHANEL Filmmaker Award winner Ella Glendining delivers an essential, honest and eye-opening account of disability in an ableist world, in the BIFA nominated documentary film Is There Anybody Out There?
Women rise up in Tate Britain’s slightly lukewarm representation of a powerful feminist revolution, Women in Revolt.
‘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 told you this would happen! It’s dark, wet and windy – winter hath arrived! Be brave, resist the lure of the box sets (save them for January) and head out to make the most of our bumper list of Unmissable Things To Do in London (and beyond) this November!
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…