The Great Gatsby – Immersive London – Review

The Great Gatsby at Immersive LDN - Company - c Helen Maybanks.

The Great Gatsby Immersive Theatre Experience is a divinely unique piece of theatre. Billed as an invitation to one of Jay Gatsby’s infamous parties, we’re invited to a mansion in Mayfair where ‘guests’ (almost entirely in 1920s costume) are ushered through into a stunning bar/ballroom and after a themed cocktail (or two) the party begins. … Read moreThe Great Gatsby – Immersive London – Review

Review of Witness For The Prosecution at London County Hall

Lewis Cope and Simon Dutton in Witness for the Prosecution.

Staged in The Chamber at London’s historic County Hall, Witness for The Prosecution is now in its second year, but the feel throughout the audience as they take to their seats has the hushed anticipation of opening night. The grandeur of the building, the supersized leather seating all helps to create an exciting and authentic … Read moreReview of Witness For The Prosecution at London County Hall

Review of Charlotte Josephine’s Blush at Soho Theatre

Daniel Foxsmith, Charlotte Josephine, Blush, Snuff Box Theatre

Blush by Charlotte Josephine is an electrifying piece of theatre. Angry, passionate, political and full of energy. These interconnected monologues, performed by a cast of two (Charlotte Josephine & Daniel Foxsmith) tell the stories of three women and two men confronted by the power of sex, the internet, and social media. Josephine and Foxsmith are … Read moreReview of Charlotte Josephine’s Blush at Soho Theatre

Unfaithful is beautifully played and tensely compelling

First performed at The Traverse Theatre in August 2014, Unfaithful by Owen McCafferty is a brutally tender exploration of intimacy and the push pull desire to be free and owned at the same time. This is a play about sex and love and honesty and intimacy. In this new version, directed by Adam Penford at Found 111, it’s … Read moreUnfaithful is beautifully played and tensely compelling

Review of Alistair McDowall’s X at The Royal Court Theatre

X

On a small research base on Pluto a skeleton crew wait. They’ve lost contact with the outside world and now waiting is all they can do. But waiting in the presence of fear and the absence of hope isn’t easy. Part Sci-Fi part human unravelling, X subverts expectations and provokes its audience. This is a ferocious unapologetic … Read moreReview of Alistair McDowall’s X at The Royal Court Theatre