Fake News by Osman Baig at Waterloo East Theatre | Review

Fake News by Osman Baig

Hitting us hard with the buzz-phrase of the year, Osman Baig in association with Paragon Theatre Collective presents us with a story of Fake News in this one-of-a-kind one-man show. The first thing to note about Fake News is that it’s odd. It’s odd right from the outset with its theme music and video introduction … Read more Fake News by Osman Baig at Waterloo East Theatre | Review

Flying Elephant Productions presents Picasso’s Women | Review

Kirsten Moore, Colette Redgrave, Judith Paris. Photo by Conal/Pavemar Productions

Many will know Pablo Picasso’s paintings and his most popular pieces carry a distinct style that is instantly recognisable. Fewer people, perhaps, will know Pablo Picasso; serial adulterer and user of women or the impact that associating with him had on the lives of those who claimed to love him. This is not a play … Read more Flying Elephant Productions presents Picasso’s Women | Review

Review: Play Something – Drayton Arms Theatre | London

The classic tale of romance in the face of adversity is given a shakedown and reimagining in Stage Write’s new production; Play Something. Flying in the face of ‘boy meets girl’ with *insert disastrous situation/consequence here* before a series of unexpected events sorts everything out paving the way for some variety of ‘happily ever after’, … Read more Review: Play Something – Drayton Arms Theatre | London