The hugely successful Calendar Girls is making its way to London for a series of performances at the Network Theatre.
Based on the 2003 film of the same name, the … Continue reading →
The London Coliseum is set to once again play host to Jonathan Miller’s excellent adaptation of Giacomo Puccini’s classic opera La boheme.
After premiering in the 19th century, the production … Continue reading →
The adaption of W Somerset Maugham’s short story Before the Party will be making its way to London’s Almeida Theatre later this month.
In the first new production for a … Continue reading →
George Benjamin’s critically acclaimed debut full length opera – Written on Skin – will be in London for just another few days.
Despite opening up at the Royal Opera House … Continue reading →
The Banality of Good is the latest exhibition to be displayed at the Royal Institute of Architects in London later this month.
Based on six international cities built between World … Continue reading →
The imaginative adaptation of the classic comedy The Ladykillers is set for a second run on London’s West End this summer after touring over the last couple of years.
Nominated … Continue reading →
Though the economic weather around the world is not favourable, but it has not stopped people from shopping in the retail shops. London is a favourite shopping destination for many … Continue reading →
Potted Potter – the hilarious production that aims to condense all of Harry Potter’s seven books into one 70-minute show – is set for an extended return to London.
It … Continue reading →
Nancy Dell’Olio is set to add acting to her many roles in life as she prepares to star in her own autobiographical production – In The Powder Room – on … Continue reading →
Rockers Kasabian will be taking to the stage this month at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.
Taking place on March 22nd, the gig forms part … Continue reading →
The brilliant 22nd year revival of Simon Gray’s play Quartermaine’s Terms has only got another four weeks at the Duchess Theatre, so people haven’t got long to catch a performance.… Continue reading →
The National theatre’s critically-acclaimed double bill stage production – Untold Stories – is transferring to the Duchess Theatre in London for a two-month run.
Untold Stories features two autobiographical recollections … Continue reading →