From cabarets to The Woman in Black via biscuits at Holby City: That Stagey Blog reflects on his latest Stagey Week.
Marvellous musical improvisers Notflix are set to create fabulous fun-filled films before audiences eyes as they bring their hit, entirely made-up show to the VAULT Festival from 6 to 10 March 2019.
Ghost Girl // Gwei Mui 鬼妹 is a story that’s very personal to director/creator Jennifer Tang. Find out why in their interview below, and discover why the show’s cast is so excited to be part of the play that runs at Camden People’s Theatre until 9 February.
Fifty-four years is quite the wait for a sequel but the sweetness and charm with which Mary Poppins Returns lands on our screens makes it pretty much worth it.
Ennio Morricone played London for the last time this week, his farewell visit to the capital heralding the gifted composer’s imminent retirement.
The revival of Alan Bennett’s 1991 classic The Madness of King George III at Nottingham Playhouse couldn’t then be more relevant, a play that speaks to our interest in the people who govern us as well as concerns about fitness to rule, mental health and its treatment.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper star in this updated version of the tragic love story A Star Is Born. Here’s what the critics have been saying about it…
The multiple Tony Award-winning Lincoln Center Theater production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King & I – currently enjoying West End success – is to be released in cinemas around the world this autumn by Trafalgar Releasing.
Screening Alan Bennett’s Allelujah! on the big screen may well alter the viewer’s perspective, placing it within the tradition of television and film drama that lends itself to the cliffhanger-based six-part series that Bennett’s broad and episodic approach calls upon.
I was lucky enough to see an early screening of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again last week and I thought it was fricking fantastic.