A comedy show designed specifically for parents and their babies came to the Landmark Art Centre in Teddington last week.
There’s an old joke that says you can always tell if someone is a vegan, because they’ll tell you. This
I’d seen Little Women before. I’d seen Jo, Amy, Meg and Beth laugh and cry, run through the snow, give
The Beauty Queen of Leenane at Lyric Hammersmith is a brutal, funny and intense take on how far people will
Acclaimed Apple-TV Comedy Ted Lasso, centred around the fictional AFC Richmond, is the biggest representation of the borough in pop-culture since Roger Mitchell’s 1999 film Notting Hill.
In 2011, YouTube Mockumentary Don’t Drop the Egg depicted the trials and tribulations of three privately educated friends as they balanced their
Battersea Arts Centre (BAC) today announced its new all-digital autumn season, as the theatre continues to attempt to push boundaries
The British Government yesterday announced anyone showing even mild symptoms of COVID-19 should self-isolate for seven days. While a number
Balham Comedy Festival will bring big names to the legendary Banana Cabaret Club at the newly-refurbished Bedford pub next month
South west London filmmakers have been making shorts around Herne Hill for the Free Film Festival’s seventh 48-hour challenge to
Comedian Mark Thomas’s latest show at Battersea Arts Centre takes a deep dive into the NHS, exploring what’s going right,