I’ll be blunt. I enjoy the prospect of nudity, male or female I am equal opportunities, a bit too much. I think the warnings that appear on websites or via… Read more May Contain Nuts: Nudity on the stage →
23 April 2016 sees the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. Here’s a guide to the best theatrical alternatives in London. Film BFI Shakespeare on Film, April-May Highlights in April… Read more Shakespeare @400 →
This post originally appeared on London Theatre Direct 19 March 2016 I am aware some will look at this headline with confusion, maybe even repulsion but I can explain. Unreserved… Read more In praise of…unreserved seating →
This article originally appeared on London Theatre Direct on 14 March 2016. In my ever growing quest for cheap tickets, I like my average ticket cost to be around £15-20… Read more Are theatre memberships worth it? →
This article originally appeared on London Theatre Direct on 11 April 2016 I was recently worried that I had exhausted my theatre blogging subjects so asked friends and acquaintances “What… Read more “I can’t feel my legs!”- leg room at the theatre →
Les Blancs seems to have timed its arrival at the National Theatre (Olivier) perfectly. Its post-war colonial setting in an unnamed African country may not seem relevant today but tackling… Read more Les Blancs (preview), 23 March 2016 →
Welcome, I’ve started this blog as alternative to my blog posts on London Theatre Direct, https://www.londontheatredirect.com/News.aspx. It will be a mix of reviews (usually reviews of previews), articles about pricing and other theatre concerns plus whatever takes my fancy. I am keen to do more interviews with those in theatre (actors, directors, producers etc) so if you are interested in being my first victim please contact me.