Review of Antigone at The Hope Theatre London

Antigone

One could almost say that Sophocles’ work in 400-500BC is tantamount to the birth of feminism. Giving women a voice, and more importantly, agency in their lives would have been unusual, if not unheard of, in Sophocles time, illustrated by the way in which they were brought up to be, in the words of Pericles, “inconspicuous.” The play … Read more Review of Antigone at The Hope Theatre London

5-star Guys and Dolls at the Savoy Theatre London

Guys and Dolls

VERY rarely do a creative team hit all the right notes, yet after greatly applauded runs of ‘Gyspy’, ‘Barnum’ and ‘Mack and Mabel’ to name a few, Chichester Festival can definitely add ‘Guys and Dolls’ to their list of high appraised repertoire. The quick-paced, up-tempo show got off to an ‘in your face’ spectacular opening, … Read more 5-star Guys and Dolls at the Savoy Theatre London