Review: No Love Songs – Southwark Playhouse

Review: No Love Songs – Southwark Playhouse

Michael HollandJun 9, 2024

Highlighting the Struggles of Love Every year the Edinburgh Fringe throws up new shows and productions that have brilliant successful runs during the festival…

Review: The Bleeding Tree – Southwark Playhouse

Review: The Bleeding Tree – Southwark Playhouse

Michael HollandJun 9, 2024

Captivating, larger-than-life performances By the time I saw the blood-red gravel strewn across the thrust stage at Southwark Playhouse I already knew the premise…

A Joyous Air in London

A Joyous Air in London

Michael HollandJun 8, 2024

Magnus Rodwell’s Hidden London Magnus Rodwell, half Swedish-half English, grew up in Bournemouth and only knew London from the occasional tourist visit: ‘I would…

Windrush Day at SLG

Windrush Day at SLG

Michael HollandJun 8, 2024

Windrush Day will be celebrated at the South London Gallery through art, culture and creativity within the Caribbean community, across generations. Saturday 22nd June…

Magic in the Playhouse

Magic in the Playhouse

Michael HollandJun 4, 2024

Re-uniting the Olivier Award-nominated team behind Midsummer Mechanicals, Shakespeare’s Globe and Splendid Productions present Rough Magic at Shakespeare’s Globe this summer, running in the…

Review: Vinegar Yard 

Review: Vinegar Yard 

Michael HollandJun 1, 2024

A Burger Bun with Structural Integrity  Despite being more than prepared to cater for a plethora of weather eventualities, everyone knows that al fresco…

Review: Boys From The Blackstuff – National Theatre

Review: Boys From The Blackstuff – National Theatre

Michael HollandMay 30, 2024

Gissa Ticket For Boys From The Blackstuff With any play about the working-class there will be an Us and Them narrative and in James…

Writers Share Humanity at the Southbank Centre

Writers Share Humanity at the Southbank Centre

Michael HollandMay 29, 2024

The Southbank Centre announced an unmissable Summer 2024 season of Literature and Spoken Word. The programme brings a diverse array of UK-exclusive launches, non-fiction…

We All Belong at the Southbank Centre

We All Belong at the Southbank Centre

Michael HollandMay 28, 2024

This summer, the Southbank Centre presents You Belong Here, a vibrant and diverse programme of art, music and performance with a clear message at…

Review: Richard III – Globe

Review: Richard III – Globe

Michael HollandMay 25, 2024

“When you’re a star they let you do it” Elle While’s production of Richard III at Shakespeare’s Globe is a frantic, creepy, modern-day satire…

New Arrivals For Dulwich Picture Gallery Grounds

New Arrivals For Dulwich Picture Gallery Grounds

Michael HollandMay 24, 2024

Dulwich Picture Gallery’s ambitious “Open Art” project takes a significant step forward with the arrival this week of sculptures by renowned artists Yinka Shonibare…

Review: Jerry’s Girls – Menier 

Review: Jerry’s Girls – Menier 

Michael HollandMay 24, 2024

This Revue Show Does Not Disappoint Nearly 40 years since first staged, the Menier Chocolate Factory Theatre brings Jerry’s Girls, the revue show that…