Interviews

Interview with John Bell: ‘The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me’, the AIDS epidemic, Doctor Who and being a child-actor

spherical, bio-hybrid, alien robot. He has come a long way from his debut on Doctor Who, and has landed roles amongst a star-studded cast in The Hobbit films, as well as the show, Outlander. John Bell continues to strive past towards the stratosphere by making his stage debut in the one-man show, The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, running at the New Wimbledon Theatre.

Reviews

‘An Evening Without Kate Bush’ at Soho Theatre: Sarah-Louise Young’s ethereal prowess is a testament to the diversity of both Kate Bush’s music and Young’s ability to tell a spellbinding story

What songs come to mind when you hear the name Kate Bush? The hairbrush poised as a makeshift microphone, whilst you sway in the mirror to Running Up That Hill. Maybe you thrashed around your room in time with the barking symphonies of Hounds of Love. Or, you enjoyed humming the mispronounced harmonies of Babooshka. Imagine all of that encapsulated into one night of spectacular theatre.

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‘Dirty Dancing’ at the Dominion Theatre will lift you up as if you were Baby in Johnny’s arms.

declared that was "a metaphor for America in the summer of 1963 – orderly, prosperous, bursting with good intentions, a sort of Yiddish-inflected Camelot." As a West End theatre production, it is much the same but with a certain sense of nostalgia that can be felt only from crossing the threshold of the new millennium. It is a reminder of the cultural reset the film created, becoming the first film to sell more than a million copies for home video, and how much theatre needs this right now.

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REVIEW: ‘Could it Be Magic?’ at Wilton’s Music Hall

Written and performed by Paul Aitchison, 'Could it Be Magic?' is a one-man show portraying four caricatured magicians in a the final round. Each of the four finalist compete for the audience's vote and the hallowed trophy.

Interviews

Q&A with Jenna Russell who tells us more about the European Premiere of ‘Steve’ at the launch of Seven Dials Playhouse

Opening on 8th February 2022, the European premiere of Steve will be running at the launch of the new London nenue, Seven Dials Playhouse, until 19th March. Starring Tony Award nominee and Olivier Award-winner Jenna Russell opposite Holby City’s David Ames, Steve seamlessly integrates the highs and lows of getting older, long-term friendships, monogamy, saying goodbye and being alive.