Review:  Cable Street – Southwark Playhouse

Review:  Cable Street – Southwark Playhouse

Michael HollandMar 3, 2024

Hope can overcome hate Mark Twain once said that “History never repeats itself, but it does often rhyme.” It is hard to ignore the…

From Freedom to Frenetic and Grime to Gruesome Murder

From Freedom to Frenetic and Grime to Gruesome Murder

Michael HollandMar 2, 2024

We were lavishly treated to Roommates, an evening of boundary-changing dance from Ballet National de Marseille who, over six pieces, celebrated the influences that…

Tea with Mother in the Magnificent Painted Hall

Tea with Mother in the Magnificent Painted Hall

Michael HollandMar 1, 2024

For the first time ever, enjoy Afternoon Tea in the regal opulence of the Painted Hall, which will be closed to the public for…

If you are questioning love this could be the right play to book

If you are questioning love this could be the right play to book

Michael HollandMar 1, 2024

 ‘One thing makes me a moth to a flame. Oneness.  The missing piece…I’ve got to find it, because if not, if not…’ Anastasia Osei-Kuffour,…

Your chance to see the most outstanding early-career artists making work today for free at Jerwood Survey III in Southwark Park

Your chance to see the most outstanding early-career artists making work today for free at Jerwood Survey III in Southwark Park

Michael HollandMar 1, 2024

Jerwood Survey is a major biennial touring exhibition that presents new commissions by 10 early-career artists from across the UK, providing a distinctive snapshot…

Review: Standing at the Sky’s Edge – Gillian Lynne Theatre

Review: Standing at the Sky’s Edge – Gillian Lynne Theatre

Michael HollandMar 1, 2024

What is home but a box to keep out the rain.  Standing at the Sky’s Edge makes its West End debut at the Gillian…

Events to go to in South London

Events to go to in South London

Eliza FrostFeb 28, 2024

Pick of the week – from Disney to rollerdiscos Calling all yogis  On the last Friday of every month, you can downward dog in…

Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon

Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon

Michael HollandFeb 27, 2024

She was a 17 year-old girl, the only God she believed in was Taylor Swift. After her sister’s untimely death by a Yorkshire Pudding,…

Greenwich Theatre secures long-term tenure 

Greenwich Theatre secures long-term tenure 

Eliza FrostFeb 26, 2024

Greenwich Theatre has signed a long lease with the Royal Borough of Greenwich, securing the future of the south London venue for a further…

Have you seen the pouring staircase over at Greenwich Peninsula?

Have you seen the pouring staircase over at Greenwich Peninsula?

Eliza FrostFeb 26, 2024

As part of an ongoing exploration of colour, Ian Davenport has reimagined the entrance stairwell of The Tide Cascading down to Greenwich Peninsula’s linear…

Four theatre shows to in South London this March

Four theatre shows to in South London this March

Eliza FrostFeb 26, 2024

No More Mr Nice Guy The world premiere of the award-winning play ‘No More Mr Nice Guy’, presented by Nouveau Riche, is coming to…

Sappho in Southwark

Sappho in Southwark

Michael HollandFeb 24, 2024

Pascal Productions today announces the UK and English Language première of Wendy Beckett’s Sappho – a new play inspired by the famous Greek poet…