Peaky Blinders and Rambert: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby

A new dance theatre event, from the global hit television series Peaky Blinders, will have its world premiere at Birmingham Hippodrome, where it runs from 27 September to 2 October and then moves to London’s Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre (12 October – 6 November) before embarking on a 2023 tour. Peaky Blinders: The Redemption of […]

Review: The Shark Is Broken West End Theatre London

This unsinkable play is a master class in writing and acting. The three lead actors shooting  blockbuster “Jaws” in 1974 are stuck on a boat off Martha’s Vineyard while the unreliable mechanical shark is being repaired. They have time to kill on board the Orca and almost each other.  Projected lapping waves, and clouds move […]

The Hidden Gems of Our Capital: London’s Best Kept Secrets

There is no place like London. It has everything you could wish for: museums, monuments, parks, shops, and stylish locals! Here you can wander through opulent Royal palaces, inhospitable dungeons of old towers, applaud, laugh, and cry at mind-blowing theatre shows in and off the West End. You can even peer inside the house of one of […]

Changes at Madame Tussauds with New David Bowie Figure

On what would have been David Bowie’s 75th birthday, January 8th, 2022, Madame Tussauds London has released never-before-seen images of David Bowie taken during the creation of his first figure in 1983. The famous Baker Street attraction is sharing these images to announce the creation of a new figure of the musical icon, a second […]

The Definitive Ratpack Bring Vegas Spirit with a touch of Tinsel Town to London

What happens in Vegas goes on tour this Christmas. The rebellious, rambunctious spirit of the iconic 1960s medley crew arrives at Cadogan Hall on the 18th December 2021, as The Definitive Rat Pack brings the party to London as they embark on a festive tour. Capturing the trademark chemistry, class and camaraderie of the original clan, the […]

Icelandic Action-Comedy ‘Cop Secret’ at BFI London Film Festival

BFI London Film Festival runs Wed, 6 Oct 2021 to Sun, 17 Oct 2021 and film distributor alief has announced their Icelandic action-comedy, Cop Secret, has been officially selected in the Laugh category and will have its UK Premiere on 6th October. Short Synopsis: A tough super-cop, in denial about his sexuality, falls in love […]

Restaurant Review: Kitchen Table by James Knappett

Two MICHELIN Star restaurant Kitchen Table is at the leafy end of foodie’s paradise, Charlotte Street in London and pushing through the first door is like stepping backstage into a dimly lit ‘Green Room’ adorned by fascinating culinary creatures who are there to delight you in the dishes they’ve created.  The room is lined with […]

Review: 2.22 A Ghost Story

222s is a brand of northern American pain killers and you might need to take a couple to calm you down after this tense, tight, thrilling play. Piercing screams, a pulsating red neon frame to the stage, spooky garden mist and an unrelenting countdown clock – you’re already on edge of your seat and the […]

Art Review: Vincent Van Gogh Alive London

“This is no ordinary art exhibition” and with no actual paintings, but 38 huge screens magnifying 3,000 Van Gogh images you’d be wondering what he’d make of it all. The artist himself doesn’t quite come alive in this exhibition and might well be rolling in his grave, but finally counting up the money. Van Gogh […]

Thanks For Trying, but Recycling Confusion Costs Us Dearly

A new campaign and exhibition commissioned by North London Waste Authority (NLWA) aimed at tackling recycling confusion and contamination entitled “Thanks for Trying” launches on 21st July in Coal Drops Yard, Kings Cross. Designed to provoke thought and discussion around our recycling habits, and help turn good intentions into better recycling, the project is curated by […]