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The cast of Strictly Ballroom The Musical. Photo by Johan Persson

REVIEW | Strictly Ballroom | West End

Bursting onto the West End with glitter and sequins galore, Strictly Ballroom is a fabulously fiery new production that is bound to sweep you off your feet. Based on Baz Luhrmann’s iconic 1992 film, it’s a story about breaking out of the norm and using your creativity. When ballroom dancer Scott Hasting’s dreams of dancing…

James Gaddas and Matthew Pidgeon_This House. Credit Johan Persson

REVIEW | This House | UK Tour

James Graham’s political drama This House tells the enthralling story of the 1974 hung parliament. Displaying the ins and outs of what went on in parliament during the political revolution. It is a thrilling slice of history displayed excellently on stage. During the era of chaos, the tensions between the labour and conservative party were…

REVIEW | The Last Ship | UK Tour

Sting’s new musical The Last Ship is close to his heart, and this British musical captures the heart and soul of the people of Tyneside when they fear they are going to lose it all. Inspired by Sting’s 1991 album The Soul Cages, and his own childhood experiences, The Last Ship is a powerful and political musical…

FINALE by Analog at the Chamäleon Theatre in Berlin

REVIEW | Thrilling Contemporary Circus with FINALE at the Chamäleon Theatre

The beautiful Chamäleon Theatre sits well in Berlin’s thriving arts scene with their vibrant and dynamic contemporary circus productions that continue to shine. Establishing itself as an exciting venue for new circus, it is a really quirky and unconventional venue that is always a guarantee for a breathtaking evening of world-class entertainment. FINALE, by Analog…

INTERVIEW | Rudi Dharmalingam Talks the Power of Political Tragedy Mary Stuart

Following a critically acclaimed sold-out season at the Almeida Theatre, Mary Stuart is a dynamic political drama about lust, pride and power. Written in 1800, Robert Icke’s explosive adaptation brings the resonate themes of the production to a 21st-century audience. The fight to death between two killer queens is both riveting and entirely stunning. I spoke to…

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