Reviews

Review: Othello, National Theatre-Clint Dyer plays out Othello like an exposed wound

On December 7th, 2022

Lyttleton Theatre-Now on until 21 Jan 23   Othello at the National, directed by Clint Dyer (who is the first ever black director of Othello), plays out like an exposed wound – raw and painf...

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Review: The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary! – Four actors tell the tragic story in Jermyn Street Theatre’s playful adaptation-on until 17 Dec

On November 29th, 2022

Running until 17th December, writer John Nicholson’s theatre adaptation of ‘The Massive Tragedy of Madame Bovary’ mischievously reinvents Gustave Flaubert’s novel about the tragically frustrat...

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Klimt: The Immersive Experience – step into the world of the Austrian genius Gustav Klimt-Now on until 27 Nov at The Boiler House

On November 24th, 2022

Tucked away in former warehouse, the Boiler House, just off Brick Lane, is popular Austrian modernist painter Gustav Klimt’s life story and art. Organized by Exhibition Hub Entertainment and global ...

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Review: The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion – Saatchi Gallery-Now on, until 22 January 2023

On November 22nd, 2022

When everything was needed, we are everything. This is an exhibition that demands your spectatorship!    The New Black Vanguard titled after the book of the same name curated by American writer and ...

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Remarkable performances, laugh-out-loud dialogue and heart rendering message: new musical, Tammy Faye does not disappoint-Almeida Theatre-Now on until 3 Dec-Review

On November 18th, 2022

This month Almeida Theatre opens its doors for a debut production by an all-star team. Elton John’s score, the Scissor Sisters’ Jake Shears’ lyrics and playwright James Graham’s script har...

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Review: Curious, experimental, charming – Hayward Gallery’s latest exhibition, Strange Clay, lives up to its name! Now on until 8 Jan 23

On November 16th, 2022

The show features 23 international artists pushing the boundaries of ceramics. The artworks explore a range of themes including domestic life, the body and social justice. Delicate hanging objects, fa...

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Premiere Talk

Interviews

In Conversation: Chinese Pole Artist Mikael Bres now performing with La Clique at Underbelly Festival, Leicester Square Spiegeltent...

In Conversation: Choreographer Jasmin Vardimon on ALiCE – a dance adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, at Sadler’s Wells on 28 & 29 Oct and on tour...

Sean BW Parker In Conversation-His book ‘States of Independence’ is a celebration of independent-spirited music that will have you reminiscing about moments in time!...

INTERVIEW: Director of ‘De Matos Ryan’ Jose Esteves...

Interview with Jermyn Street Artistic Director of Footprints Festival Tom Littler...

Interview with Director of ‘The Lesson’ Max Lewendel...

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