June 19, 2019

Whether it is on social media or television, the subject of the feminine condition is on everyone’s lips; be it the gender pay-gap or sexual harassment, women around the world are raising their voice in order to share the reality of being a woman in a world mostly cont...

June 10, 2019

If you wanted to know how it actually all went down behind the scenes of your favourite soap opera, then this show might not be what you are looking for. But if, like me, you are nostalgic for the times where only Brenda and Dylan from 90210 mattered and are interested...

May 4, 2019

Bernie Dieter’s Little Death Club at the Underbelly Festival on the Southbank is a critically acclaimed show that brings us a debauched, gender-bending, satirical performance driven by a celebration of “difference in all its forms”. Directed by Tom Velvick, inspired by...

March 23, 2019

"The play spans a wide emotional range with romance, revenge and humour. Everyone should see it."

March 7, 2019

Through her performances and writings, Julia Pascal has fought throughout her life for minorities and has tried to give them a voice, at a time when many still face, on regular basis, attacks for ‘accidents’ of birth. First female director of The National Theatre, Juli...

February 18, 2019

What does one call the coming together of numerous powerhouses? A power complex? Whatever the term is, it makes sense to describe When We Have Sufficiently Tortured Each Other. Starring Cate Blanchett and Stephen Dillane, the play marks another collaboration betwe...

December 18, 2018

Over time, historical works of fiction have gone through the wringer of theatrical and cinematic adaptation; some adaptors deciding to perform an autopsy on the original work, taking away their favourite pieces and leaving what they disliked, others moving the work to...

Playing till 31st January 2019

Standard Ticket - £15.00

Entry Pass (aged 16-25) - £7.50

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David Hare’s new play ‘I’m Not Running’ opened earlier this month at the National Theatre. To take advantage of London’s cultural scene (for the first time in nearly two...

October 22, 2018

Measure for Measure for Measure for Measure. Directed by Josie Rorke, this Shakespearean play takes place twice in one night. The first half keeps to the traditional setting of 1604 imagined by the playwright, but the 2nd half reimagines the play like never before. The...

May 2, 2018

29th April – 15th May 2018

Standard: £18

Concessions: £16

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The tiny but quaint Finborough Theatre in Earl’s Court premiered their new play, Gracie March 29th. The 90-minute one-woman show is an expressive, powerful and confronting piece about the religious, polyga...

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