Love In Idleness Review

The Plot As World War 2 draws to a close the domestic bliss between a millionaire Cabinet Minister and a widowed housewife is thrown into turmoil when her young son returns home from Canada. The situation triggers a series of fraught and witty exchanges about politics, love and the class system. The Good Though set [...]

An American In Paris Review

The Plot In Paris during the immediate aftermath of World War 2 an artist, a singer and a composer each find themselves falling for the same mysterious and beautiful young dancer. The three friends purse the object of their affection in very different ways while she in turn wrestles with the conflict between true love [...]

Just Jim Dale Review

The Plot Carry On comedian, musician and Harry Potter narrator Jim Dale sings, jokes and dances audiences through his lengthy and surprisingly varied career in showbiz for two hours of good natured fun. The Good Jim Dale is best known to generations of fans as a slapstick Carry On star; an Oscar nominated composer and [...]

The Elephant Man Review

The Plot Based on the real life of Joseph Merrick, the Elephant Man is the story of a 19th Century man who scrapes a tragic living on the sordid Victorian freak show circuit. When a renowned doctor takes Merrick under his care he is astonished by the man’s brilliant intelligence, unshakable faith and his resounding [...]

McQueen Review

The Plot: When British fashion visionary ‘Lee’ Alexander McQueen discovers a strange girl breaking into his studio late one night in search of a pretty dress, an unlikely bond forms between the tormented designer and his mysterious intruder. Instead of calling the police, the pair set out on a strange journey across London in search [...]

Dianna Agron Thrilled For West End Debut McQueen

Glee star Dianna Agron has been discussing her upcoming West End debut in McQueen, describing it as ‘a rather dark fairy story’ interwoven with fashion icon Alexander McQueen’s real life. Best known as musical cheerleader Quinn Fabray in the high school singing phenomenon, Dianna joins an ever growing list of young American stars flocking to [...]

Brit Awards 2015 Winners List

Last night some of the best music acts from around the world descended on London to celebrate, collect trophies and mostly laugh at Madonna getting yanked cruelly offstage by her own cape. As expected recent Grammys victor Sam Smith collected a couple of awards, with fellow Brit star Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith, Foo Fighters and [...]

Shock Treatment set for Stage Revival

Richard O’Brien is set to adapt his much maligned  Rocky Horror Picture Show follow up Shock Treatment into a new stage production to premiere at London’s King’s Head Theatre in April 2015. Speaking of the news creator O’Brien said “Shock Treatment has been waiting patiently in the wings for a stage premiere since the film [...]

Speed The Plow Review

The Plot: Two friendly but jaded Hollywood executives celebrate their good fortune after landing a major star for a sure fire box office hit. But after an encounter with a seemingly naïve young secretary, one of them struggles with an awkward newfound conscience. The Good: David Mamet’s Hollywood satire is a deceptively simple but sharp [...]

Cats 2014 London Launch

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical Cats will officially return to the West End for a limited 12-week run from 6 December to 28 February 2015 at the London Palladium. The new edition of the show which ran for 21 years and nearly 9000 performances during its original London run will feature reworked music and interpretations of at [...]