Stage

Apocalypse Meow: Crisis is born - Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

International sensation Meow Meow brings her non-traditional brand of festive cheer to the Southbank Centre this Christmas. Performing sensational songs and a hot band, she will be performing for a limited 12 performances only. (Image credits: Magnus

Pig Girl - Finborough Theatre

For eighty-five minutes, a Killer holds a Dying Woman captive in a secluded barn. Their names say it; there is no escaping the horrific conclusion. In the empty space on either side are the Dying Woman’s Sister and a Police Officer. Their action span

The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe, Rose Theatre: Review

As one of my favourite classic books growing up, this new production at the Rose Theatre in Kingston allowed me to indulge my inner child. From the opening scenes, the production proves to be a faithful adaptation of the original book as well as being

How to Hold Your Breath - Royal Court Theatre

tarting with a seemingly innocent one night stand, this darkly witty and magical play by Zinnie Harris dives into our recent European history. An epic look at the true cost of principles and how we live now.

Happy Ending - Arcola Theatre

Carrie Evans has cancer. A renowned theatre star, and not yet 50, she's determined to cling on to life. But though she arrives at a London clinic expecting treatment, nothing can prepare her for the other patients on the ward. Their startling experiences

Hope, Royal Court Theatre: Review

Jack Thorne’s play examining the difficult choices that local councils are forced to make on a daily basis needs more emphasis and a stronger message to really make an impact. Set in a local council office, Mark and Hilary are trying to make difficu

Liberian Girl - Royal Court Theatre

Between 1989 and 2003 the Civil War in Liberia saw over 200,000 people killed, a million others displaced into refugee camps, and over 15,000 children recruited into ‘Small Boys Units’.
 First-time writer Diana Nneka Atuona‘s Alfred Fagon award-

Once the Musical

I'll freely admit it: I'm a Once junkie.

White Christmas

Never saw the 1954 film: Bing Crosby was a bit passé even for my generation.

Assassins

The Menier’s Christmas musical has become as much a seasonal tradition as the mince pie or cracker but frequently gives far more enjoyment.