In a flourish of glitter, snow, song and dance, pantomime has returned to the stage in the form of Cinderella
The Wonderful at Theatre Peckham celebrates diversity and spreads festive joy, while staying true to L. Frank Baum’s classic tale.
Romeo and Juliet is an age old tale that has seen infinite adaptations for the stage and screen. The format
How would you describe a show where two amateur actors take on 16 distinct roles, in a story which shifts
Fuel presents The Body Remembers, a piece exploring how trauma lives in the body. Created and performed by Heather Agyepong, co-created by Gail Babb and Imogen Knight
Knowing very little about Epic Love and Pop Songs when I walked into the New Wimbledon Theatre Studio, I can’t
Instant Opera and Richmond Theatre both celebrated their triumphant returns last Saturday in a one-off Grand Opera Gala performance. Starting
The Rose Theatre in Kingston’s brand new thriller Leopards is timely, subversive and asks all the right questions, writes SWL’s
Adam Lazarus’s Daughter is a dark, deeply disturbing satire of toxic masculinity, and how men treat women in general, but
Review: Educational and immersive, the Orange Tree’s Romeo and Juliet is a brilliant teaching aid for students
The Orange Tree Theatre uses drama to bring a modern twist to Shakespeare to enhance the learning and creativity of
TALK PROPA focuses on the difficulties of being a northern woman in the performing arts and the world of acting.