All The Little Lights at the Tristan Bates

Photo credit: Dave Buttle SUPERLATIVE-FILLED RAVE REVIEW ALERT: I feel genuinely humbled to have been invited to watch and review the extraordinary 'All The Little Lights' at the Tristan Bates last night. A tough subject matter is brought to life with sensitivity and humour, but without diluting the visceral power of the play. Jane Upton's … Continue reading All The Little Lights at the Tristan Bates

A Glimpse Inside with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm- Part 1

On International Women’s Day 2019 I am delighted to be able to share the first part of my interview with the generous and inspiring playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm. We talked at length about her play Emilia, which has its first preview at the Vaudeville tonight. The first preview for Emilia is on International Women’s Day, … Continue reading A Glimpse Inside with Morgan Lloyd Malcolm- Part 1

Flash theatre recommendation: Kiss of the Spider Woman at The Menier Chocolate Factory

Last night I was lucky enough to see the final PREVIEW show of "Kiss of the Spider Woman" at the Menier Chocolate factory. I'm flagging I saw a preview show as, for those who may not familiar with the strange ways of theatre, a production will continue to be tweaked and changed until it opens … Continue reading Flash theatre recommendation: Kiss of the Spider Woman at The Menier Chocolate Factory

Squidgy seats and intimate spaces – London Theatre on a Budget Part 2

For today's post on great theatre that doesn't cost the earth, I'm going to focus on two powerhouse theatres that have been producing some phenomenal work recently (something that was brought home to me when I did my review of 2016 theatre and realised how many of my favourite shows were in these two venues). … Continue reading Squidgy seats and intimate spaces – London Theatre on a Budget Part 2