Forgive me for taking the scenic route to starting this review, but this has been rather an extraordinary weekend, namely
“Eye Say, Eye Say, Eye Say” brought together thirteen visually impaired comedians all to perform live on Saturday evening, which
There was a time when people in London used to look down on Vauxhall. Having one of London’s best bus
So theatre. God I’ve missed this. And yes, it’s weird to have to be distanced, it’s weird to have to
Review by Joe Moss After five months without theatre this reviewer would happily have paid to sit in an auditoriumand
It’s a bit grandiose to suggest that theatre was reborn in Kennington last week, but the recent spate of tiny
One amazing thing that has come out of COVID-19 Theatre is more filmed theatre. My latest theatre experience from the
Fresh From the Oven Teatro Vivo’s production of “The House That Slipped” is so fresh that it is oven hot.
No amount of phosphorus can make this uninspired audio adaptation shine.