All posts tagged West End

Exclusive Review of the West End’s ‘True West’

Matthew Dunster’s adaptation of True West is the first ever production of the Sam Shepard play in the UK. The show’s obvious appeal emanates from the actors playing Austin and […]

Theatre Review: ‘Summer and Smoke’ by Tennessee Williams.

Rebecca Frecknall’s new revival of ‘Summer and Smoke’ by Tennessee Williams at the West End is absolutely raw and emotionally ravishing. The brick wall at the back of the stage […]

Swingers- Crazy Golf and Cocktails: An Unlikely Duo.

Swingers. When I first heard the name two years ago, I thought it sounded like a strip club. I can confirm, having visited last Wednesday, that it definitely isn’t. Instead, […]

Exclusive Preview: West End on Wardour, Wednesday 18th July @ 100 Wardour St

No matter your destination in London, whatever winding road you walk up, you are bound to come across a theatre. London is known for showcasing a variety of theatrical shows […]

Said Dal 1923

Hot chocolate is a must to warm you up and help battle February’s harsh and bitter winter winds. Said Dal 1923 in Soho does not fail to deliver delicious hot […]

FIVE ways National Theatre Live has revolutionised theatre

Recently I have been to my first National Theatre Live showing, and I shall be going again to see future broadcasts. Here are a few of my thoughts on why […]

The Struggling Artist in Film Musicals

I began writing this piece in the wake of the La La Land hype that was sweeping the world. For the record, I did enjoy it though I see its […]

Lazarus Review at The Kings Cross Theatre

Where to begin? Lazarus is a musical by David Bowie and Enda Walsh, based off the book, The Man Who Fell To Earth by Walter Tevis. It͛s a fairly new […]

This House at the Garrick Theatre: Review

James Graham’s semi-nostalgic dramatisation of an already dramatic era in British political history makes its West End debut, whipping up a plot bursting with swift and hearty cynicism that cuts […]