Hymn to Love at the Jermyn Street Theatre plays homage to the life and work of Edith Piaf, drawing on Piaf’s extensive and well-loved repertoire, much of which was autobiographical.
W.H Auden and Christopher Isherwood’s classic play couldn’t be more potent on the road to Brexit.
You’d be mad not to see Mad as Hell.
Lanie Robertson’s 2005 bio-monologue about Peggy Guggenheim could be just another ‘poor rich girl’ tale but in Guggenheim and in
Guest post from Oliver Wake Named after a pamphlet issued to US troops stationed in the UK during the Second
Stephen Unwin’s production looks at an issue that should be firmly in the past but which will strongly resonate with