Five Plays, A Tenner Apiece

This is a bit of a good deal. The Michael Grandage Company has launched a season of five plays at the Noel Coward Theatre comprising new writing, classical and twentieth century repertoire. They want to reach as wide an audience as possible with over 200 tickets for each performance at £10 and over 100,000 across […]

You’d Have To Be Nuts

It must be Christmas, there are jingly commercials on TV and a few austere miserable-looking Christmas displays in town, and oh, here’s the Nutcracker again. It seems there are a handful of entertainments that will never, ever go away no matter how hard you pray they will – Dracula, Sherlock Holmes, Batman, Ebenezer Scrooge, the […]

Grand Guignol Comes Back With A Vengeance

Over the next two months, eight plays – that’s two lots of four – are being unleashed on unsuspecting Londoners. At the Soho Theatre there will be another four tales of terror by well-known authors at Terrorfest. This is in its third year – the first was great, the second terrible, so we’re hoping this […]