Fashion Freak Show is a retrospective of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s career using a combination of catwalk, dance and theatre revue.
SAD is a new play by Victoria Willing, directed by Marie McCarthy at the Clapham Omnibus.
Punchdrunk‘s new production, The Burnt City, directed by Felix Barrettand Maxine Doyle, taking place in one of the buildings at the Woolwich Arsenal.
This production of The Woods, one of David Mamet’s earlier plays, at the Southwark Playhouse is directed by Russell Bolam, with Francesca Carpanini as Ruth and Sam Frenchum as Ni…
Politically, it seems like a highly appropriate time to stage a production of Shakespeare’s Richard II - an exploration of the nature of leadership and egotistical entitlement.
Rain and Zoe Save the World by Crystal Skillman at Jermyn Street Theatre is an action adventure story that follows two teenage friends as they embark on a journey to disrupt some o…
Never Not Once by Carey Crim tells the story of Eleanor, who attempts to find her biological father - uncovering a traumatic family secret in the process.
Throughout his life, on his birthday, Krapp records a review of his year using an old fashioned tape recorder.
Kindred Spirits is a ghostly comedy by Ross McGregor showing at the Brockley Jack until the 8th of January 2022.
We never get off at Sloane Square is an adaptation of Helen DeWitt’s novel, The Last Samurai – the story of a mother, Sibylla, who singlehandedly homeschools her son, Ludo, whi…
Boy out the City at Battersea’s Turbine Theatre is a solo piece performed by Declan Bennett.
To enjoy the full experience of Carte Blanche, it’s wise to arrive early.
"Hands up, who enjoys being white?" An amused Elisabeth Gunawan asks the audience in Unforgettable Girl - her one person show at Camberwell’s Golden Goose Theatre, dire…
Nowadays, Vauxhall’s Pleasure Garden is a pretty uninspiring patch of parkland.