Theatre & Arts

The Justice Syndicate: A Highly Engaging Experience Where You Decide The Outcome

The Justice Syndicate: A Highly Engaging Experience Where You Decide The Outcome

Join forces with 11 other ticketholders to decide a verdict on a fictional prosecution case. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★★
Three Hour-Long Opera Akhenaten Is A Class Act

Three Hour-Long Opera Akhenaten Is A Class Act

A gorgeous and imaginative visual feat. | By Franco Milazzo ★★★★☆
The Girl On The Train Comes To The Stage With As Much Thrill As A Tannoy Announcement

The Girl On The Train Comes To The Stage With As Much Thrill As A Tannoy Announcement

Not very thrilling, as thrillers go. | By Hannah Foulds ★★☆☆☆
Arthur Miller’s The Price Reveals The Cost Of Life Decisions

Arthur Miller’s The Price Reveals The Cost Of Life Decisions

David Suchet steals the show with his vaudevillian-style patter. | By Neil Dowden ★★★★☆
Gillian Anderson? Lily James? Nah, The Real Star Of All About Eve Is The Script

Gillian Anderson? Lily James? Nah, The Real Star Of All About Eve Is The Script

Hollywood stars put bums on seats. The writing keeps them there. | By Will Noble ★★★☆☆
Garrett Millerick's Sunflower: Fast And Furious. And Surprisingly Tender

Garrett Millerick's Sunflower: Fast And Furious. And Surprisingly Tender

Big punchlines, tight pacing and some brutal takedowns of minor celebrities. | By Lydia Manch ★★★★★
A Cheetah And A Carnival: A Diverse Double Bill At Hayward Gallery

A Cheetah And A Carnival: A Diverse Double Bill At Hayward Gallery

Challenging and baffling. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Victorian Instagram: Watercolour World Reveals London Before The Camera

Victorian Instagram: Watercolour World Reveals London Before The Camera

Beautiful new site reveals a lost London. | By M@
Feel The LoveSpot: A Giant Pulsating Heart Comes To Wembley Park

Feel The LoveSpot: A Giant Pulsating Heart Comes To Wembley Park

Amour-inducing art in London's new creative hub. | Sponsor
Unicorn Theatre Brings Icarus To 21st Century London

Unicorn Theatre Brings Icarus To 21st Century London

The Greek myth has been updated for modern audiences. | By Alice Grahame ★★★☆☆
These London Bedrooms Tell Heartbreaking Stories

These London Bedrooms Tell Heartbreaking Stories

A look into the lives of London's most disadvantaged children. | By Tabish Khan
No Kids Is Proof That 'Gay Theatre' Still Has Something New To Say

No Kids Is Proof That 'Gay Theatre' Still Has Something New To Say

The real-life story of a gay couple's family dilemma. | By Mike C ★★★☆☆
A Nelson Mandela Exhibition Has Opened In Waterloo... But It's Flawed

A Nelson Mandela Exhibition Has Opened In Waterloo... But It's Flawed

Inspiring in parts, patchy in others. | By Tabish Khan ★★★☆☆
Theatre Review: A Wake In Progress At Vault Festival

Theatre Review: A Wake In Progress At Vault Festival

An improvised play which lets the audience take part in someone else’s funeral party. | By Franco Milazzo ★★☆☆☆
Dracula At The London Library: Influential Gothic Novel Returns To Its Spiritual Home

Dracula At The London Library: Influential Gothic Novel Returns To Its Spiritual Home

See the story performed in the library where it was written. | By Mike C ★★★★☆
Rape, A Botched Abortion And Her Mother's Ashes: Tracey Emin Faces It All In New Exhibition

Rape, A Botched Abortion And Her Mother's Ashes: Tracey Emin Faces It All In New Exhibition

The artist that divides everyone is back in town. | By Tabish Khan ★★★★☆
Spend The Night Inside A James Bond Film With Secret Cinema

Spend The Night Inside A James Bond Film With Secret Cinema

The masters of breathtaking immersive film events present Casino Royale. | Sponsor
Bleach At Vault Festival Is Limp And Lacking In Thrust

Bleach At Vault Festival Is Limp And Lacking In Thrust

A lacklustre piece of theatre. | By Chris Bridges ★★☆☆☆
Theatre Review: Danny Dyer And Martin Freeman Save Pinter Seven

Theatre Review: Danny Dyer And Martin Freeman Save Pinter Seven

Pinter double bill is a night of two halves. | By BelindaL ★★★☆☆
Theatre Review: The Ruffian On The Stair At Hope Theatre

Theatre Review: The Ruffian On The Stair At Hope Theatre

Diverting enough, but a bit creaky for the casual viewer. | By Chris Bridges ★★★☆☆
Ooh, Matron! This Massive Collection Of Naughty Books Is Now Open To The Public

Ooh, Matron! This Massive Collection Of Naughty Books Is Now Open To The Public

It's been under lock and key since 1850. | By Will Noble
Nostalgia Ain't What It Used To Be: Home, I'm Darling Transfers To The West End

Nostalgia Ain't What It Used To Be: Home, I'm Darling Transfers To The West End

A married couple renounce the modern world for a 1950s lifestyle. | By James FitzGerald ★★★★☆
See The Thamesmead Of The Past, Present And Future

See The Thamesmead Of The Past, Present And Future

The Town of Tomorrow. | By Harry Rosehill
An Adolescent Script Holds Back My Dad's Gap Year At Park Theatre

An Adolescent Script Holds Back My Dad's Gap Year At Park Theatre

A talented cast can only do so much to make it work. | By David Lloyd-Davies ★★★☆☆