Awful Auntie to open at the Bloomsbury Theatre

Anyone ever wonder what happened to the Bloomsbury Theatre? Wonder no longer! After three and half grueling years of downtime, the Bloomsbury is scheduled to reopen on 12 December, featuring an adaptation of David Walliams best-selling children’s book Awful Auntie! The historic Bloomsbury Theatre will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its original opening starting in December. […]

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The Natural History Museum is getting a new… theatre!

The Wider Earth at the Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum has announced that it will be constructing a purpose-built theatre to house a play about the historic voyage of Charles Darwin. Charles Darwin is one of the most significant English naturalists, most famously known for his contributions to the theory of evolution. Many of his works have been displayed at the […]

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Review: A Monster Calls

A Monster Calls at The Old Vic

A Monster Calls is a children’s fantasy book that deals with some very adult issues. The author, Patrick Ness, does a great job embracing some of the darker elements of life but keeping them in a perspective that is accessible for children. The critically acclaimed book has been adapted into a stage production, showing at […]

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Review: Red

Red The Play

Red is the inspiring story of groundbreaking expressionist painter Mark Rothko. Rothko led an exciting and tumultuous life but experienced much success in the art world. He is often seen as a revolutionary artist and his story is one that many have found to be worth telling. Writer John Logan decided that a play would […]

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Open Air Theatre Season is Finally Here!

Open Air Theatre at Regent's Park

The best part of the arrival of fairer weather is that it signals the opening of the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, which will open Peter Pan on May 17th. If you have never been to the Open Air Theatre, what are you doing? On a nice day, the venue is worth the reasonable ticket […]

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Review: Quiz

Quiz The Play

With the opening of Quiz in the West End, James Graham has solidified himself as the hottest British playwright in the game right now. Up until December, all three of his previous plays were staged at major theatres. I looked up his age and found out he is only 36, so that’s quite an achievement! […]

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Don’t miss Dick Whittington at the Palladium Theatre this Christmas!

London Palladium Theatre

Pantomime returned to the West End this Christmas in a lavish new five-star production: Dick Whittington! I had the pleasure to go see it as part of a Christmas gift and I have to say I hadn’t laughed as much in a play/musical for a long time! Panto returned to the Palladium Theatre after 29 years […]

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