Reviews

On December 23rd, 2021

Best of Enemies – Young Vic Theatre Review

The tempestuous American 1960s are currently being brought to stage in the new play “Best of Enemies”, at the Young Vic theatre....

On December 22nd, 2021

Anna Karenina -Guildhall School of Music and Drama Review

The Guildhall School of Music and Drama takes on Marina Carr’s adaptation of Author Leo Tolstoy’s classic tale ‘Anna Karenina’, a chaotic yet raw journey foregrounded in lust, love, loss and t...

On December 22nd, 2021

2:22 A Ghost Story – Gielgud Theatre Review

Amid all the blinking and colourful signs of Piccadilly’s theatre venues, the Gielgud Theatre has recently put up its own intriguing seasonal title: 2:22 A Ghost Story, back by popular demand....

On December 21st, 2021

Ocean at the End of the Lane – Duke of York’s Theatre Review

‘Ocean at the End of the Lane’ is presented with glistening lit-up trees that frame the stage and make it appear as if we have stepped into a fantasy world....

On December 21st, 2021

Dick Whittington – Phoenix Theatre Review

This Christmas, get ready for flamboyant costumes, glitter, and cheeky humour at the Phoenix theatre with the fabulous all-Drag Christmas Pantomime “Dick Whittington”....

On December 16th, 2021

Hokusai, The Great Picture Book of Everything – British Museum Review

This week I discovered the impressive Japanese artist Hokusai in the British Museum. His specific technique and way of looking at things before drawing them are disclosed in The Great Picture Book of...

On December 14th, 2021

The Snowman – Peacock Theatre Review

The Snowman is back at the Peacock Theatre on its annual run marking its 23rd year....

On December 14th, 2021

Kehinde Wiley: Prelude at the National Gallery Review

This powerful exhibition is an amazing opportunity to discover Kehinde Wiley’s work and to approach the question of racial diversity within art....

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