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 […]
Nicole Scherzinger at the opening night of Cats yesterday. Pictured with Andrew Lloyd Webber and Trevor Nunn, the new production at the London Palladium has been an immediate hit with critics.
With her production of Dogfight nominated Best Musical in the recent Evening Standard Awards, producer Danielle Tarento presents the world premiere of Gods and Monsters in a five-week season at Southwark Playhouse from February 5 – 7 March. The story follows Frankenstein director James Whale, who has been long […]
If the build up to Christmas wasn’t exciting enough the theatrical grotto of Theatre 503 is preparing a stash of plays to welcome in the New Year. Their spring season promises to blast any post-Christmas blues with a collection of new writing that ranges between the eclectic topics […]
The wilderness has crept into the Chelsea Theatre this Christmas bringing with it a sense of mischievous fun and rebelliousness. Mr Tiger has had enough of city trappings; the repetitive routine and predictable behaviour of his city dwelling friends. What he longs for is the spontaneity of the […]
A boy is murdered on the streets of London in the early hours of the morning. He is stabbed and left to die on the pavement. But this isn’t a gang-related crime, it’s the death of a middle class, university student, which somehow means the police take the […]