12 May 2023
Wish You Were Dead: Highly entertaining. I loved it.
Devoted yet officially “off-duty” detective Roy Grace played by Casualty star George Rainsford, dredges up deadly secrets and doggedly pursues justice but at what price, when the past crawls back to haunt him in this lively production.
20 March 2023
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Mamma Mia for pensioners...?
Inspired by the award winning film, this inspiring tale of friendship, family and romance proves it’s never too late to take the leap and break free from the confines of a lifelong comfort zone.
16 March 2023
Too Much World At Once: An underrated triumph of theatre
Surly, guarded Noble attempts to navigate the treacherous waters of youth and coming of age whilst trying to uphold his crumbling family in this achingly real yet charmingly surreal production.
7 February 2023
Wodehouse In Wonderland review: Comedy? Musical? Tragedy? Children’s programme?
Showered with light-hearted humour, this witty dramatisation of Wodehouse’s life jumbles together literature, theatre and a dash of musicality whilst being sneakily educational.
27 January 2023
‘Howerd’s End’ Review: To laugh or not to laugh? That is the question...
Despite delving into sombre themes, this unique two-man show brims with drama, love, intimacy and, of course, humour.
18 January 2023
Fagin's Last Hour by James Hyland
Actor James Hyland of Brother Wolf produced and performed a darkly captivating performance based on Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens.
26 August 2022
Prometheus Bound (Io's Version)
Prometheus brought us fire, but this play brings us Io – the forgotten and discarded woman in the story.
20 August 2022
Sap is a dark and modern reimagination of Ovid’s tale following Apollo and Daphne
17 August 2022
No Place Like Home
In an energetic, music and dance-filled hour, Alex Roberts poses the question of whether queer venues are always as safe as we expect
15 August 2022
How to Build a Wax Figure
A complicated lens on love and heartbreak
15 July 2022
A Midsummer Night's Dream Dress Rehearsal - Review
This latest re-imagining of Shakespeare’s most popular comedy helps to modernise the text for a younger audience, sometimes at the cost of nuance and coherence
15 July 2022
A Midsummer Night's Dream Dress Rehearsal - Play Review
A Midsummer Night's Dream, was it a night or should I say an afternoon to remember? Let's find out...
27 May 2022
Interview with Emma Pallett, actor and writer
We interview Emma Pallett, actor and writer of Flumps, ahead of her upcoming show at Brighton Fringe
21 May 2022
Review of Quantum Theatre's Macbeth
I went to the National Trust property Hartlebury castle to watch Quantum theatre’s production of Macbeth, a Shakespearian play performed by a cast of five talented young actors. Read on to hear my opinions on this show!
26 April 2022
Interview with Guido García Lueches from Playing Latinx
In this interview the Uruguayan actor and theatre maker discusses all things theatre, migration experience and Playing Latinx, his third collaboration with MarianaMalena Theatre Co.
12 May 2022 – 14 May 2022
MUCK for London premiere
A play for today with a style that’s pure class as brother and sister confront their past to secure their future. MUCK is new play that has been selected for a London premiere at the first Come What May Festival at Park Theatre, 12-14 May
18 August 2021
Rajesh and Naresh
Rajesh and Naresh, respectively starring Brahmdeo Shannon Ramana and Madhav Vasantha in the titular roles, is described as a ‘Queer romantic comedy for the modern age’ and fulfils this brief over the course of its 70 minute runtime.
26 March 2021
The Big Freelancer Report released
Supported by Freelancers Make Theatres Work and funded by Arts Council England, the Big Freelancer Report has been released to map issues faced by performing arts freelancers and to suggest recommendations for change.