Willy Russell’s iconic one-woman play Shirley Valentine premiered on the stage in 1986.
Dominic Cooke’s new production of Good was due to arrive in October 2020 but was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
It is not easy for two performers to keep an audience engaged and enthusiastic throughout a 90+ minute show with no interval.
Central London has been deprived of a venue that regularly hosts nights filled with Cabaret and Magic for some time.
In 2017 I last saw Briefs in a Spiegeltent on the Southbank.
There has been much said in books and films about the life and times of Harvey Milk.
I had been looking forward to seeing The Lion for a long time.
Is there a ‘right’ way to be in a gay relationship in the modern world? In this play, written by BAFTA Racliffe-winning, Offie-nominated writer Shaun Kitchener, two gay couples…
I had very little idea of what this show was about, except that it had a bit of a cult following after its run on (and off) Broadway.
On February 9th 1964 four young men were on their way to perform their first major concert as ‘Forever Plaid’.
On the 27th May something remarkable happened.
In July 2000 we found ourselves glued to our screens as series one of UK’s Big Brother aired for the first time and proved to be a major hit.
The lockdown goes on and theatre will likely not return anytime soon.
Panto season is upon us (Oh Yes it is!) and Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch have repackaged the classic tale of Robin Hood and bought it to the stage in a wonderful way.
While browsing some of the more risqué websites you may discover some titillating videos of various people trying to get each other to laugh, moan and groan simply by tickling.
Only a couple of weeks ago I, and some friends, were in an Escape Room.
Friends are often made under unusual circumstances.
Above the Stag is – now that has two separate performance spaces – able to put on a dance production for the first time in its history.
In 2005, at The Lincoln Center Theater, The Light in the Piazza premiered on Broadway.
Whilst training at drama school all performers undertake something called ‘Animal Studies’ where they learn to mimic those who have different motivations to humans.
The current offering at The Space’s Foreword Festival, which champions new and upcoming playwrights, is Sink, by Tobias Graham.
The Space is currently running its Foreword Festival, a wonderful scheme giving playwrights the chance to submit early drafts of scripts.
The latest offering in Above The Stag’s main auditorium takes us back in time to a Victorian Working Men’s Club in Bermondsey.
May is here, so we are now in one of the highlights of the homosexual calendar – Eurovision.
Upon collecting my tickets for The Dip I was also given a pair of earplugs.
Extra Virgin tells the story of the awkward minutes after a Grindr hook-up.
To have an audience hanging on every word you say, for an hour, is a difficult feat indeed.
Mikhail Lermentov’s novel A Hero of Our Time has been newly adapted for the stage by Oliver Bennett, who also plays the lead - Pechorin, and Vladimir Shcherban.
At the exact same time that Theresa May’s cabinet is in turmoil over the UK’s withdrawal agreement with the EU, Golden Age Theatre Company has set up camp in the Museum of Come…
The Kings Head Theatre is once again offering multiple seasonal shows for their audiences to enjoy.