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.
23 February 2023
Visual Artistry at the Kakilang Festival
Home X at the Kakilang Festival is an innovative display of East and Southeast Asian heritage, exploring the concept of "home" through virtual worlds and gaming.
21 February 2023 – 9 March 2023
Anthroplay Theatre | SUBMISSIONS OPEN for AnthroTalks
Submissions are now OPEN for AnthroTalks!
AnthroTalks is a new-writing event curated by Anthroplay Theatre. Each scratch night revolves around a different theme, bringing you a mix of innovative performances from emerging and established artists.
8 February 2023
Girl from the North Country at Alexandra Theatre Birmingham
Girl from the North Country is a musical written and directed by Conor McPherson, with music and lyrics by Bob Dylan. It is the double Olivier and Tony Award winning West End and Broadway smash-hit currently embarking on its UK tour.
18 January 2023
Instaviews with Rogue Ballerina, Rose Alice
Join us for Instaviews with Rogue Ballerina, Choreographer and Executive Producer, Rose Alice who lives to exist outside of the box.
17 December 2022
The Pantomime Adventures of Peter Pan at Regent Theatre in Stoke
Not quite the night in Neverland I had hoped for...
16 December 2022
That’s Not My Name: a new show produced by Covered in Jam
New show by new writer Sammy Trotman announces London fringe tour dates.
5 December 2022
Shrewsbury Theatre Severn Pantomime: Utterly Unmissable
A smashing show ‘Fitt’ for the West End. Watch out Shrewsbury, Brad is back! ‘The perfect anecdote to everything going wrong in the year’ - David Jack, Theatre manager.
21 September 2022
New show ‘That’s Not My Name’ opens this October
Sammy Trotman opens her new show, 'That's Not My Name', at the Bread and Roses Theatre in London this October.
23 May 2022
Review: 落叶归根 (Luò yè guī gēn) Getting Home
To pursue independence and artistic freedom, do you have to abandon your duty to your family? Cheryl Ho and Rachel Lee spotlight loneliness, inner turmoil and the pressure of meeting expectations in their Brighton Fringe piece
31 May 2022 – 11 June 2022
Aequitas Theatre Company presents The Collab
When Fame slides into your DMs, what would you do?
29 March 2022
Interview with Jalayne Mitchell, the woman behind Classical Wellness
A conversation with the creator of Classical Wellness: an online space designed to promote the general well-being of musicians.
28 March 2022
The Newcastle-under-Lyme legend is back again and this time he’s taken over the stage.
28 March 2022
How to have good stage presence
Delivering a speech? Competing in a debate? Performing some Shakespeare? Here's your 'how-to’ for having a good stage presence.
21 March 2022
American Song Contest 2022: Eurovision’s visionary format goes transatlantic
Sure America, just change it up a bit so it doesn't look like you've copied and pasted.
15 March 2022
Review: Nora: A Doll's House
Stef Smith reinvents the classic play, 'A Doll's House' by Henrik Ibsen, whose message still has relevance today.
4 March 2022
Saturday round-up: UKNA City Takeover in Leicester
UK New Artists (UKNA) have taken over Leicester this past weekend, showcasing 75 new and emerging artists across exhibitions, spoken word, film, music, and dance. Check out our highlights of Saturday's events.
17 February 2022
Wet Leg: Tiny Desk concert review
A show brimming with confidence, playfulness and ridiculously good music