Based on the cult movie of the 1980’s The Toxic Avenger is a gloriously silly and immensely enjoyable spoof on comic book heroes. It doesn’t take itself seriously, it’s just one delightful evening of entertainment from start to finish.
Are there laughs after death? Award-winning playwright and librettist Stephen Clark’s comedy-drama Le Grand Mort makes its world debut almost a year after the celebrated writer died and serves as a posthumous poser to what could have been had Clark not shuffled off the mortal coil at the age of 55.
This play is extremely relevant and mind-opening, which is why I believe more people should see it. The Test builds up questions – it provides little answers but definitely makes one think. Is our freedom really ours? Are we really in charge of our destiny?
You can see where this is going. The theme is rather reminiscent of those films with Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney were put upon youngsters fight their way out of a difficult situation by…. yes, putting on a show!
A tent has popped up near Hyde Park, right next to the Marble Arch. Step inside and you will be transported to New Orleans, with a bouncing bar, a band to match and Southern-style decor and atmosphere that will take you back to a swinging time.
The Knowledge, a new stage-adaptation of Jack Rosenthal’s 1979 film, tells the story of the seemingly impossible test required to become a taxi driver. The show transports us back to London in the late 1970’s, a world of flares, sexist jokes, and worst of all, no SatNavs.