Theatre gets up close and personal as we dive into one man’s mind.
Theatre beneath train platforms, above pubs and in an old church house.
Exploring London’s smaller theatres.
If you wanted to take the pulse of London’s exciting fringe theatre scene over the last 12 months, there was no better place to be than this unique celebration.
Help convince Network Rail to keep this amazing theatre in its plans for London Bridge station
Laura Eades’ one (naked) woman show takes us to the Moon, Mexico, Singapore and Leeds.
Big shows opening, a Royal Court debut, the first street photography festival and things that go bump in the night
The Kensington Drama Company’s theatre production of A Clockwork Orange bristles with energy. But there’s no space to explore this classic cult story’s moral dilemma.
A miniature 70 seater on Piccadilly’s affluent thoroughfare.
Between the Oscars and the Oliviers, the best of last year’s fringe theatre got its due recognition.
The Night Kitchen Cabaret return to London with their fantastic new show Imbolc Blues at the Clerkenwell Theatre.