Review | Soho Cinders, Charing Cross Theatre ⋆⋆⋆

Review | Soho Cinders, Charing Cross Theatre ⋆⋆⋆

From Bill Clinton’s encounter with Monica Lewinsky, to Keith Vaz’s most recently revealed escapade with two paid men, nothing grabs the public’s interest quite like a scandal involving adultery and politicians. There’s something saucy about knowing that these people, who hold esteemed positions in public office, would risk their reputation for a private rendezvous. Such [...]

Review | Tickle the Musical, King’s Head Theatre ⋆⋆⋆

Review | Tickle the Musical, King’s Head Theatre ⋆⋆⋆

When you see the advert for ‘Tickle the Musical’ with two half-dressed men front and centre, it’s safe to assume that this won’t be the most child-friendly of shows. The immediate questions which spring to mind are, which direction will a musical about the curious sport of competitive endurance tickling go? And how far will [...]

Review | Baby Reindeer, Bush Theatre ⋆⋆⋆⋆

Review | Baby Reindeer, Bush Theatre ⋆⋆⋆⋆

It’s been said that great art comes from pain. After seeing Richard Gadd’s horrifying experience brought to stage in Baby Reindeer, it's hard to deny the truth in this. Gadd’s life has been punctuated by at least two traumatic events, and he's used both of these personal experiences as material for his standout solo shows. [...]

Review | Jeremy Jordan in Concert, Cadogan Hall

Review | Jeremy Jordan in Concert, Cadogan Hall

Straight from his engagement at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Jeremy Jordan returns to the UK to host four concerts at London’s Cadogan Hall. Although the London venue may not be as large or prestigious, the performance delivered by Jordan was nothing short of extraordinary. For musical theatre fans, Jordan has become a household [...]

Review | Blithe Spirit, Tower Theatre ⋆

Review | Blithe Spirit, Tower Theatre ⋆

At the Tower Theatre in Stoke Newington, Blithe Spirit has been staged just in time for Halloween. The show is all about wealthy socialites mocking those around them and then getting terribly bothered by problems that they’ve created. The Noël Coward comedy written in the 1940s has its audience and will probably continue to have [...]

Why We Tell The Story: In Conversation With Camila Robinson-Rodriguez

Why We Tell The Story: In Conversation With Camila Robinson-Rodriguez

If you ever meet Camila, there are two things that you should notice about her in no time at all. First, is that she bears an uncanny resemblance to Fleabag but in a way that is difficult to describe. Second and most importantly, is her passion for art and activism. Earlier this year, Camila collaborated [...]

Review | Dissociated, Etcetera Theatre ⋆⋆⋆⋆

Review | Dissociated, Etcetera Theatre ⋆⋆⋆⋆

When you enter the Etcetera Theatre for Dissociated, you are asked whether this is your first-time lucid dreaming. To my amusement, most people quickly answered yes. I assume because they misunderstood the question or perhaps they were already on board for the evening ahead. As you take your seat, you see someone lying on a [...]