It may be only January but Rich Watkins’ Disney musical parody about a gay Prince in a kingdom of eligible
When in Soho watching a play about drugs, sexuality and serial killers just feels right. Alexis Gregory’s script takes an
Yard Players, following on from 2019’s King Lear, production is a fresh adaptation of this classic, emboldened by its talented
Artsadmin’s Artists’ Bursary Scheme has been running since 1998 and has supported over 200 artists working in contemporary performance practices.
This is a very abridged version of the Shakespeare Play and as such it fair zips by. The pace is
COPS, a new play at the Southwark Playhouse by Tony Tortora about policemen in 1950s Chicago, has a decent central theme but doesn’t seem to know what it wants to be.
This musical looks at the life and work of Carole King, an extremely talented woman whose intelligence sees her advance
She is a Place Called Home is the debut play from Esohe Uwadiae. As two sisters rehearse a traditional Nigerian
Athena Stevens’ new play gives the audience both barrels in addition to bureaucracy and discrimination.