Off The King’s Road at Jermyn Street Theatre – Review

Off The King's Road

When Matt Bourne, a man lost in grief for his ex-wife decides to stay at a hotel ‘Off the King’s Road’ he goes on a journey he’ll never forget. Steeped in loneliness, he meets an equally lonely prostitute, Sheena, and another equally lonely widow, Ellen Mellman, and her cat, Christina. This play celebrates London but … Read more Off The King’s Road at Jermyn Street Theatre – Review

Becoming Hattie at Leicester Square Theatre – Review

For those of us of a certain age, we remember Hattie Jacques as the sexually frustrated Matron in the Carry on Franchise and in Sykes the very successful British Sitcom that ran in the 1970s. What we may not know is the woman behind the “fat is funny” tagline, the struggles that this supremely talented … Read more Becoming Hattie at Leicester Square Theatre – Review

Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know: The Scandalous and Fast Times of Lord Byron

Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know: The Scandalous and Fast Times of Lord Byron

So you think you know the real story of Lord Byron? Well… you probably do. There are not many revelations in Paul Huntley-Thomas’ one hander, but then, Byron’s most scandalous secrets are public knowledge already: keeping a bear at Cambridge; his relationship with his half-sister; his passion for young boys – all these and more are in the … Read more Mad Bad and Dangerous to Know: The Scandalous and Fast Times of Lord Byron