The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly

The Unholy Marriage of Slice and Sweetly failed to take place on the 13thJuly 1955 due to the fatal stabbing of the Reverend Gris and so opens a new production in London’s burgeoning immersive scene. Dress Code: 1950’s Wedding Date: 19th July to 6thSeptember Place: The church and surrounding graveyard of St Matthews in Bethnal Green. ImmerCity are calling on […]

Compass of the Ephemeral at Burning Man

Will Roger, Cultural Co-Founder of Burning Man’s aerial and drone photography will be shown for the first time in a new book Compass of the Ephemeral, accompanied by essays written by central figures within the Burning Man community. Compass of the Ephemeral will be available from Tuesday 18th June and retails for $19.49 You can pre order  Amazon […]

Get Into Theatre – breaking down barriers to a career in theatre

The UK’s first theatre careers resource, Get Into Theatre, launches online as one-stop-shop for theatre careers. Founded on the belief that all young people should have the same opportunity to pursue a career in theatre, the website removes barriers by providing an accessible and practical advice resource for young people and careers advisors.  In 2016 […]

REVIEW: Bee Goes Ape Over The True Story of King Kong

Theatre Magdeburg, in Germany, is somewhat a trial ground for new, ambitious productions. The chamber opera “The True Story of King Kong” by Jeffrey Chin is one of these. It combines pre-produced film clips, live video-feeds of performers and puppetry to illustrate the story of the great ape through the movies. While all these elements […]

Andy Bell’s Torsten in QUEERETERIA TV at Above The Stag

Erasure’s ANDY BELL will star in Above The Stag’s upcoming production of QUEERETERIA TV – the latest and third instalment in Andy Bell’s project as his dystopian alter-ego, Torsten. As one of the most popular synth pop bands in the UK has ever produced, Erasure penned over 200 songs and have sold over 25 million albums worldwide, 5 of […]

BEATS ON POINTE – Street Meets Ballet

The dance spectacular from Australia that fuses street dance and ballet returns to the Peacock Theatre, London May 21st to June 16th 2019 as part of a worldwide tour. Two dance worlds collide in Beats on Pointe, as a high- energy cast of classical ballet and street dancers go toe-to-toe in this mash-up of dance styles while the soundtrack of […]

Culture Declares Emergency – Letters To The Earth

Inspired by the work of Extinction Rebellion and the global School Strike For Climate, a new initiative – presented by The Royal Court Theatre, Shakespeare’s Globe, National Theatre Wales and a host of others, invites the British public – young and old – to write ‘Letters to the Earth’ as a response to the climate […]

Theatre Review: Admissions

This critically acclaimed play talks about values and ideals and how we seem to have trouble following them when they threaten our personal ideas and wishes – another cracking review from Sabine “Bee” Koch… When her son Charlie (Ben Edelman, the revelation of this theatre evening) does not get into the desired University, but his […]

An Accidental Studio – the History of HandMade Films

With such film greats as Life of Brian, The Long Good Friday, Withnail & I, a new feature-length documentary examines the history of HandMade Films through the eyes of the filmmakers and actors as well as the man who started it all, former Beatle and music legend George Harrison. The feature-length documentary will air on 4 May […]

Theatre Review: Arthur Miller’s The Price

You really can’t go wrong with an Arthur Miller play, reports Sabine “Bee” Koch. Even more so, when it’s such a class act as The Price at the Wyndham’s Theatre. The story charts the dissolving of a family home by the surviving sons and the lifelong animosities that surface. The beautiful set design with towering […]