The Woman in Black – King’s Theatre

Based on Susan Hill's Book Adapted by Stephen Mallatratt Directed by Robin Herford ★★★★ Theatres and their spectres have an abundant and symbiotic relationship, many as equally famous as their venues and star-studded productions - after all, are you really a theatre without a ghost? A rite of passage, The Woman in Black has captivated … Continue reading The Woman in Black – King’s Theatre

Boy’s Khaya – The Studio

https://www.youtube.com/v/84lJ_gOdAvo Artistic direction and choreography by Bawren Tavaziva ★★★★ How do you explain slavery to a child? Compile histories’ abhorrent make-up of colonialism and the repugnancy of its continuation today into a sane sentence. Boy’s Khaya (meaning Servant’s House) has humble origins as the young man who once stepped out from behind their white master’s house … Continue reading Boy’s Khaya – The Studio

Grease – Festival Theatre

Book, Music & Lyrics by Jim Jacobs & Warren Casey Directed by Nikolai Foster ★★★★ It’s 1959 - and who knows what the sixties will bring. In the states, Rock, Pop and Motown rule the roost with their intense and addictive tracks, while Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley have a lot to answer for with … Continue reading Grease – Festival Theatre

Rambert: Note to Self – Festival Theatre

Choreography by Benoit Swan Pooffers Dramaturge by Amy Baty ★★★★ Are our memories reliable, or are they only ever as reliable as the latest version we've told ourselves? In Rambert2's latest work, Note to Self, we join protagonist Eve, portrayed by the mesmerising Karlina Grace-Paseda, on a voyage into her failing memory. A beautiful soul with … Continue reading Rambert: Note to Self – Festival Theatre

The Lost Happy Endings – Festival Theatre

https://youtu.be/hojf6u-45IE Original Story by Carol Ann Duffy Choreography by Liv Lorent ★★★★ Happy endings seem hard to come back right now, don’t they? It’s difficult in the present climate to appreciate the smaller things, to find joy and solace in a story or two. And often, the chipperness in those tales that guided us through … Continue reading The Lost Happy Endings – Festival Theatre