Luck Be A Lady is a one-woman extravaganza that explores the stratospheric successes of Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra from the perspective of the powerful women who made it happen. It’s coming to north London’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse for a strictly limited run this October.
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Originally devised as an educational piece in the height of the Zoom era of the pandemic, Alfie James’ My Boy Danny will have its live performance debut at the Lion & Unicorn next month.
Just Some Theatre bring their interactive murder mystery The Killer Question to London’s Greenwich Theatre this week for three performances only. Audiences on tour are already loving it! Check out the brand-new trailer plus our bumper photo galleries.
Theatre meets local history in Glenn Chandler and Charles Miller’s ‘romantic’, ‘fruity’, ‘bawdy’ and ‘thought-provoking’ new musical at London’s Above the Stag Theatre. We’ve rounded up the reviews. Time to get booking!
Following an acclaimed start to its London autumn tour, enter the world of Empty in Angel an enjoy these production images to discover more about the story taking audiences inside the life of a bicycle courier fighting for rights.
Prolific Off West End producers Mercurius Theatre — nominated for a staggering eight Offies — return with their critically-acclaimed production of Anton Chekhov’s Vaudevilles next month.
After Invisible Me this month, playwright Bren Gosling returns to New Wimbledon Studio next month with his powerful new drama Proud, which was longlisted for the prestigious Papatango Prize and the Radius Playwrighting Prize in 2020.
Rich Watkin’s one-man Disney musical parody Happily Ever Poofter is an ‘exquisite and energetic masterpiece’, and its three year international ‘tour de force’ comes to an end this Friday 24 Sep at the London Wondergound in Earl’s Court. With countless ★★★★★ reviews and several award wins, check out our round-up of reviews from all across the globe. Make sure you book for your chance to see the final ever performance of this ‘foul-mouthed, fairytale/Disney mash up’.
Alex Lodge has joined the cast of Steven Dexter’s hit immersive production of Stephen Schwartz’s Pippin. We caught up with Lodge to find out what the show means to him and how excited he is to be back onstage with an awe-inspiring cast.
After two critically acclaimed Off-West End seasons, Just Some Theatre return to London with a brand-new show, hilariously dark interactive murder mystery The Killer Question. Which actor will play which character? You decide!
It’s nearly time for the world premiere of Penetration by Carolyn Lloyd-Davies which runs at The Cockpit Theatre from 22 September to 9th October 2021. My Theatre Mates was invited behind the scenes to take a look at the company in rehearsals for this new provocative play which deals with the issue of consent.
Rosemary Ashe is ‘the songstress with the mostest’, and her performance ‘rules over all she surveys’ in Upstairs at the Gatehouse’s revival of Irving Berlin’s classic Broadway musical Call Me Madam. Check out our roundup of review highlights.
The Pleasure Garden, inspired by the history of south London’s Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, premieres this month at Above the Stag Theatre, set on the edge of the modern-day park.
Preparations are under way for the world premiere of Glenn Chandler and Charles Miller’s new musical The Pleasure Garden at London’s Above the Stag Theatre. Check out our rehearsal photos here!
After their 2018 production of Philip Ridley’s Moonfleece, Lidless Theatre present the tenth-anniversary revival of Ridley’s seminal play Tender Napalm.
After opening to a slew of four-star reviews last week, Proforca Theatre has announced extra performances of its acclaimed production of Lately. We’ve rounded up review highlights. Time to get booking!
Rosemary Ashe and Richard Gibson open tonight in Irving Berlin’s Call Me Madam at north London’s Upstairs at the Gatehouse. First-look production shots gallery here.
The Tragedy of Dorian Gray, Ross Dinwiddy’s acclaimed 1960s-set reimagining of Oscar Wilde’s classic tale, transfers to London next month after its OffFest Award-winning success at this year’s Brighton Fringe.
Robert Boulton’s cancel culture play Snowflakes, whose original 2020 run was cancelled due to Covid, finally gets its premiere this month at the Old Red Lion Theatre.
Dream Lover, Jane Elia’s new play inspired by the crimes of London serial killer Dennis Nilsen, premieres this month as part of the Clapham Fringe festival at London’s Bread & Roses Theatre.