Review: Machinal – Old Vic

Review: Machinal – Old Vic

Michael HollandApr 19, 2024

A Superb Sensory Overload The claustrophobic, bright yellow triangular space soon became over-populated with commuters crushed into a train carriage and then a lift…

Review: London Tide – National Theatre

Review: London Tide – National Theatre

Michael HollandApr 18, 2024

The Tide Has Turned at the National The huge cast of London Tide came slowly crawling out of the Thames and began singing. They…

Interview with the owner of Deptford and Peckham’s Taca Tacos

Interview with the owner of Deptford and Peckham’s Taca Tacos

Eliza FrostApr 17, 2024

What was the inspiration for Taca Tacos? Thorne Addyman: My mum’s parents are from California, and we spent most school summer holidays visiting them…

Bermondsey Tales World Premiere

Bermondsey Tales World Premiere

Michael HollandApr 17, 2024

Bermondsey Tales: Fall of the Roman Empire has been written and directed by Michael Head, who also plays a part in it. The tales…

The Darling of Reflection

The Darling of Reflection

Michael HollandApr 17, 2024

The exhibition draws together three artists who explore themes of the “constructed portrait” through painting, ceramic sculpture and film. Recent graduate, Emerson Pullman uses…

The Bleeding Tree

The Bleeding Tree

Michael HollandApr 17, 2024

A daring tale of overcoming male violence  An exploration of women pushed to the edge, landmark Australian play The Bleeding Tree will have its…

Estate of the Art

Estate of the Art

Michael HollandApr 13, 2024

Heygate Estate Resurrected by Artist Reuben Powell has lived and worked in Elephant and Castle for more than 40 years. His work has often…

Strange Musical Passing This Way

Strange Musical Passing This Way

Michael HollandApr 12, 2024

The European premiere of the electrifying Tony, Drama Desk and Critics Circle Award-winning rock musical Passing Strange hits London soon. Directed by Liesl Tommy…

Homeless London families marched on government offices and served housing secretary Michael Gove an ‘eviction notice’ 

Homeless London families marched on government offices and served housing secretary Michael Gove an ‘eviction notice’ 

Homeless London families marched on government offices and served housing secretary Michael Gove an eviction notice. Around 80 protesters from campaign group Housing Action Southwark…

Olympic Hip Hop at Sadler’s Wells

Olympic Hip Hop at Sadler’s Wells

Michael HollandApr 10, 2024

Created and emceed by UK hip hop maker and Breakin’ Convention Artistic Director Jonzi D, Breakin’ Convention Festival returns to Sadler’s Wells to celebrate…

Review: Underdog: The Other Other Brontë – Dorfman

Review: Underdog: The Other Other Brontë – Dorfman

Michael HollandApr 8, 2024

Complexity of the Brontë Sisterhood In the show Hamilton, there is a song titled ‘Who Lives, who dies, who tells your story?’ This issue…

Music that tells Stories

Music that tells Stories

Michael HollandApr 6, 2024

Everyone has a rhythm. We all heard our mother’s heartbeat The Creative Connections Project sees a group of 10 people coming together for two…