Greg Wise will star in Kill Me Now at the Park Theatre next month. Kill Me Now will be a European premiere production and runs from 24 February to 29 March in Park200. Wise will be joined in the cast by Oliver Gomm, Charlotte Harwood, Jack McMullen and […]
Anyone familiar with the background of ‘Bat Boy’ won’t be surprised to hear that the 1997 musical written in his honour, now playing at Southwark Playhouse, is every bit as bizarre as the story surrounding the Bat Boy himself. That story goes something like this: in 1992 the […]
503Fusion is a collection of four short plays; entitled Night, Morning, Afternoon and Night II – but don’t let the unimaginative titles throw you, because this festival of spoken word presents some powerful storytelling, which mixes sound and voice to explore the chaotic realities of living within the […]
Breaking its own previous record as the only West End production to gross over £1 million in a single week, Wicked was seen by 45,000 people last week and grossed a whopping £2,160,377. Makes you green with envy, doesn’t it?
Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to see new things and push your own cultural boundaries? Well then, why not make an exciting start to 2015 in seeing Craft Theatre’s physical retelling of Dante’s Inferno? Craft Theatre use exhaustion, cognitive neuroscience, sociology and devising techniques to create […]
Here are 5 shows The Middle Peg team want to see in January: The Talented Mr Ripley at New Diorama Theatre Celebrating the 60th anniversary of the novel’s publication, multi-award-winning ensemble The Faction breathes fresh life into Patricia Highsmith’s extraordinary psychological thriller about ambition, escapism, and murder. […]
Announced today, the Railway Children will extend booking at King’s Cross Theatre. The Olivier Award-winning production will now run until September.
There are so many pantomimes on in London at this time of year that it’s sometimes hard to pick a winner. They all claim to be the best; the best adult panto, the best comedy panto, the best traditional panto etc. etc. With so much choice it’s potentially […]
What is Christmas without a spot of Dickens? Well, Let Them Call It Mischief provide a complete rendition of A Christmas Carol with only 7 actors and a fairly sparse set of props. And the result? A Fringe Christmas cracker. The story begins with a narrator who opens […]
Down in Trafalgar Studios 2 there’s a double act of Dickens running. The following is a double review- one for each show in its own right: Sikes & Nancy Sikes & Nancy is a one-man play full of grotesque characters and monstrous behaviour. Making the most of the […]