Following on from the success of Simon Stephens and Marianne Elliot’s The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the pair collaborated once more to bring Port to the … Continue reading →
Two centuries after its initial premiere, Rossini’s masterpiece The Barber of Seville is coming to the London Coliseum for a short three-week run.
Universally accepted as the composer’s defining comic … Continue reading →
After an extremely successful run off the West End in London, Merrily We Roll Along has been picked up for a 12-week stay at the Harold Pinter Theatre from April.… Continue reading →
The term spa, termed as balneotherapya belief in the curative powers of mineral waters goes back to prehistoric times offering personal care treatment.
Indulge in an exotic menu of spa … Continue reading →
In April the critically acclaimed Swedish play Doktor Glas will be heading to the West End for a short three-week run.
This brilliant production transfers from its acclaimed run in … Continue reading →
The Noel Coward Theatre is set to play host to a brilliantly inventive new show that explores a meeting between the real life inspirations for both Alice In Wonderland and … Continue reading →
A brand new exhibition detailing the extensive works of George Catlin is set to open up at the National Portrait Gallery next month.
The portraits will focus on Catlin’s pieces … Continue reading →
The Metropolitan Police’s specialist ticket fraud unit has stated that there should be greater legislation introduced around the resale of tickets to gigs and sporting events.
Operation Podium was set … Continue reading →
Sheridan Smith said that her role as Hedda Gabler took her far outside of her comfort zone, but she has been rewarded for this with the best actress gong as … Continue reading →
Jonathan Harvey’s masterpiece Beautiful Thing is set to return to the West End 20 years after its controversial debut and producers are hopeful it will speak just as powerfully to … Continue reading →
The latest iteration of Great Expectations currently in London has become the first West End show to be broadcast live to UK cinemas.
Indeed, the first night of Graham McLaren’s … Continue reading →
The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has donated £150,000 to a theatre company to build the first ever transportable pop-up auditorium.
Paines Plough, the UK’s national theatre of new plays, will … Continue reading →