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: 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 […]

Theatre Review: Pinter’s Betrayal

The conclusion of the Pinter at the Pinter series tackles his most famous play about three people, an affair and the lies and betrayals that go with it – review by Sabine “Bee” Koch “With poetic precision, rich humour and an extraordinary emotional force, Betrayal charts a compelling seven-year romance, thrillingly captured in reverse chronological order.” Jamie […]

Above The Stag Theatre presents [title of show]

Have to say I love everything Above the Stag presents. Having enjoyed the theatre in all its three iterations – literally ‘above’ The Stag in Victoria with sticky pub carpets and flashing one arm bandits (no, not the punters); in Vauxhall, slightly off the beaten drag track and now centre stage on Albert Embankment. It’s […]

Troubadour Theatre to Launch a Brand New Venue at White City Place in 2019

Like buses, not one but two new theatres have come along this month! Opening in summer 2019, the new theatre will join a thriving new neighbourhood at White City Place, neighbouring other destinations such as Soho House and Westfield Shopping Centre. Troubadour White City Theatre will be operated by the award-winning team behind the successful King’s Cross […]

You Are in Great Company with this Comic Musical Show!

You are in great Company with this hit from Steven Sondheim – 47 years after the first production. Spoiler alert – Bobbie is no longer a guy! A cramped start gives way to clever staging, bright lights and soaring music. It’s such a great production with a huge sound that you only wish they’d gone for […]

Top Three London Plays

Showbiz insider, Sabine Koch takes her pick of three shows this summer… After a long absence from London I had an insatiable appetite for the current theatre offerings. I managed to squeeze in a lot and these 3 are my favorites: The Lieutenant of Inishmore Being an ardent fan of Martin McDonagh’s film work, I […]

Brand New Theatre Announced For Wembley Park By Troubadour Theatres

Exciting news for London…“breaking the mould of traditional theatres and bringing new innovative spaces to audiences and producers with a modern venue for modern audiences: comfortable seating, increased leg room, a spacious and welcoming bar, a seasonal and innovative restaurant.”  Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre set to open in Autumn 2018 in the former Fountain Studios. Fully […]

Murakami, Matisse, Cattelan and more on display at Fondation Louis Vuitton’s New Exhibition

We were lucky to have a sneak peek at this jaw dropping exhibition and it’s très impressive! Even if you don’t see inside the huge white box display space, the building is a piece of art in itself.   Architect Frank Gehry drew the outline shape on a paper napkin in flight on his way to […]

Art: ‘David Milne: Modern Painting’ at Dulwich Picture Gallery, February 2018

Dulwich Picture Gallery will present the first major UK exhibition of work by the Canadian painter, David Milne (1882-1953) ‘David Milne: Modern Painting’ will document an artistic career that spanned the first half of the 20th century, bringing together more than ninety works in oil and watercolour, never-before-exhibited photographs and drawings by the artist, and […]