Happiness is a Cup of Tea at VAULT Festival – Review

What do we do when we’re faced with our own mortality? Have a cup of tea and a sit down for a minute, Fiona will tell you all about it. On entering we are greeted with a rather intimate venue. The set is a raised stage with a bench and a telephone box and nothing else. The … Read more Happiness is a Cup of Tea at VAULT Festival – Review

A Steady Rain at The Arcola Theatre London – Review

A Steady Rain with David Schaal and Vincent Regan

From Mad Men and House of Cards writer Keith Huff the London premiere of the smash-hit Broadway play A STEADY RAIN. Joey and Denny have been best friends since kindergarten. Joey helps out with Denny’s wife and kids; Denny keeps Joey away from the bottle. Now they’re cops in downtown Chicago, crime is a fact of life. But … Read more A Steady Rain at The Arcola Theatre London – Review

Bad Jews at Theatre Royal Haymarket – Review

Following the success of its previous runs in London’s West End at St James and Arts Theatre, Joshua Harman’s 100 minute play returns to the Theatre Royal, Haymarket for six weeks only. Emotions and tension often run high, whenever a family gets together, especially when a loved one dies. But in this hilarious new comedy, you frequently wonder … Read more Bad Jews at Theatre Royal Haymarket – Review