head/lining written by Charlie Heptinstall at Pleasance Theatre | Review

head/lining written by Charlie Heptinstall at Pleasance Theatre | Review

Storytelling is an important part of the human experience, as old as time itself people have regaled their journey and their experience to the next generation through the art of the spoken word. head/lining, currently showing at the Pleasance Downstairs, is the vehicle that Charlie Heptinstall has chosen to tell his story, to speak his…

Review of Katie Arnstein’s Sexy Lamp at Clapham Omnibus

Review of Katie Arnstein’s Sexy Lamp at Clapham Omnibus

Katie Arnstein’s award-winning production Sexy Lamp is back, this time for a short run at the Omnibus Theatre in Clapham. (She then heads to Nottingham Playhouse’s studio then The Edinburgh Festival at The Pleasance. Personally, I feel that it should do a detour, Katie’s one-woman show should be performed at every secondary school in the…

Review of Fringe Wives Club: Glittery Clittery | Udderbelly Southbank

Review of Fringe Wives Club: Glittery Clittery | Udderbelly Southbank

Ahead of their August residency at The Assembly Roxy upstairs at the Edinburgh Festival, The Fringe Wives Club exploded into the Southbank’s Udderbelly for One Night Only. Fierce, feminist and full of sequins, this trio of high energy, award-winning performers left no doubt that they were here to make a stand against patriarchy and they…

Review of Woman Before A Glass at Jermyn Street Theatre

Review of Woman Before A Glass at Jermyn Street Theatre

Jermyn Street Theatre, the West End’s arthouse performance venue is currently running its Scandal season. Opening the season is the one-woman play Woman Before A Glass by Lanie Robertson. I’m assuming the name Guggenheim is a name that is familiar to the majority of people, however, If you’re like me, you’d have heard of the…

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5-star Anthony Rapp Live in Concert at St. James Studio

Star of stage and screen Anthony Rapp is currently performing his solo show Anthony Rapp: Live in Concert in the studio at St James Theatre. The show is running for 2 weeks, the last day being Saturday 17th December . The show has been programmed to play alongside the 20th Anniversary production of Rent The…