MGC Presents: Red Review

Red, directed by Michael Grandage and starring Alfred Molina as Mark Rothko and Alfred Enoch…

Matthew Bourne’s Cinderella DVD Review

Cinderella is a fairy tale about transformations: across the ages, the archetypal rags-to-riches tale has…

Theatre Review: That Girl at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Hatty Jones starred as the mischievous Madeline in the 1998 Columbia TriStar film alongside Frances…

Theatre Review: Want the Moon Theatre Presents Other People’s Teeth

A rapid fire tale of contract killing, awkward budding romance and an obsession with incisors.…

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Review

Having opened at London’s Aldwych Theatre back in April, Tina is an energetic jukebox musical…

Get ready for Cornwall’s Masked Ball

Spring has sprung, which only means one thing. It’s time to head to the most…

The rise and rise of comic cons (and their prices)

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.. Well, not that far away…

Walker Stalker Con London 2018 Review

A giddy excitement fills the air, queues of teeming bodies snake as far as the…

Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins at The Barbican Review

Another Kind of Life: Photography on the Margins, at The Barbican, is a photography exhibition…

Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man DVD Review

Carmen is one of the most passionate and powerful pieces in the operatic canon, set…

John Bishop’s Winging It Tour at The O2 Review

Last night John Bishop played London’s O2 Arena for the first of two nights at…

Ballet Breathes: Kenneth MacMillan, Master Choreographer

Ballet is no Sleeping Beauty. It’s no art installation, no history in hallowed halls, no…