A refreshing take on a dystopian future with a despot in power, No Particular Order is an experimental take on
A London-based LGBTQIA+ community agency is launching a new peer-led dramatherapy group in Clapham to support GBTQ men living with
An amateur dramatic society is hoping to raise hundreds of pounds in a bid to stay afloat following the financial
The Dickens Theatre Company kick-started its opening night of Macbeth with an enthralling performance full of revenge and malice at
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.
It all started with a mysterious key, but the truth behind the Battersea Poltergeist had never been unlocked. Until now.
A theatre in Battersea will live-stream a rebooted version of a classic pantomime for this Christmas season. Theatre 503 will run
Kingston’s Rose Theatre is reopening with Covid-secure shows this week, despite Tier 2 restrictions. After closing its doors on 17
The British Government yesterday announced anyone showing even mild symptoms of COVID-19 should self-isolate for seven days. While a number
One-man shows are rarely as engaging as Baig’s colourful rollercoaster ride through the foibles and fancies of the modern, mainstream
“We are putting the female perspective front and centre” — director aims to highlight key issues in new play
A dark comedy about three Anglo-Irish women living under one roof hopes to shine a light on issues affecting women