The Little Prince is comes to Woolwich Works, Greenwich

A fresh adaptation of the classic tale The Little Prince is coming to Greenwich this weekend.


Review: The Valkyrie – Liberated women or corpse-choosing vampires?

It is a bold production of the second episode, Valkyrie, which hits the mark, and contains some first-rate performances.


Review: Dog Show at the Pleasance Theatre N7

Dog Show is as energetic as a greyhound chasing a rabbit and as joyous as watching your mutt eating your homework.


James Haddrell speaks on The Collaboration

In May 2020, not long after the pandemic had really begun to take hold in this country, a piece of street art appeared on an outer wall of the University Hospital in Southampton.

You Loved Them For A Reason...
Now, for the first time, you can see this sensational new musical and relive one of the world’s biggest ever boybands.

THE OSMONDS: A new musical tells the official true story of the five brothers from Utah who were pushed into the spotlight as children and went on to create smash hits decade after decade.

From their star residency on The Andy Williams Show, to the arrival of Donny and Marie, The Osmonds lived a remarkable life recording chart-topping albums, selling out vast arena concerts and making record-breaking TV shows - until one bad decision cost them everything. Featuring a chart-topping list of anthems including Love Me For A Reason, Crazy Horses, Let Me In, Puppy Love, Long Haired Lover From Liverpool, Paper Roses and many more.

THE OSMONDS: A New Musical will take you back to the relive 60s…the 70s…the 80s. We’re Having a Party and you’re invited to join us for this night of drama, nostalgia and dancing in the aisles.

Churchill Theatre, Bromley - TUE 26 - SAT 30 APRIL 2022


The Color Purple Audio Experience: A Benefit for Black Womxn

An actress from Tulse Hill has co-produced a new virtual audio production of the literary classic The Color Purple.


Challenges of Pantomine season during Covid

Last Friday at Greenwich Theatre we finally opened The Queen Of Hearts, the pantomime that was due to run last Christmas, and then Easter, and finally this winter.


For the Culture – Celebrations of Blackness Festival at the Lyric Theatre

A West London theatre is holding a festival to celebrate blackness featuring music, cabaret and poetry.


Review: Straight White Men by Christopher Walker

Straight White Men delivers what it ‘says on the tin,’ if not on the poster. It is an intriguing, but somehow, unfinished work.


The Vault Festival is back January 2022

As we approach pantomime season, which for us is the biggest period of the year by far, attention is again turned to the huge economic and social importance of festive theatre.


Christmas musical The Snow Queen at The Albany, Deptford this December

A Christmas show shining a light on the climate emergency is opening in Deptford this December.


Wandsworth Theatre showcases season of oral history and immersive performance

To celebrate 50 years since the birth of Bangladesh, a Wandsworth Theatre is putting on a season of oral history, virtual reality and immersive performance.

At the top of the world lives the Snow Queen who is supposed to control the weather. But the seasons aren’t behaving. The world is getting warmer. And it hasn’t snowed for years....

Lumi gazes up at the stars and worries about the world. The adults don’t seem to have noticed that the seasons aren’t behaving, or that it hasn’t snowed for years. This is an emergency! So, it’s time to take the issue straight to the top (of the world) and find the Snow Queen she has heard so much about…

On the long journey ahead she’ll meet a host of fabulous new friends – from an overworked elf, to a pompous polar bear – as she learns that small changes make a big difference! But first she is determined to make it SNOW!

This vibrant musical re-telling of The Snow Queen is reimagined in an exciting adventure for the whole family. Created sustainably in every possible way by Wrongsemble.

The Albany Theatre

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