As Rambert retires Christopher Bruce’s Ghost Dances from it’s rep, I’ve written my own personal thank you to one of my favourite pieces of dance. Continue reading Ghost Dances, thank you.
Tap dance sensation Tap Dogs is has returned to London for the first time in over a decade and are performing for a limited time only at the Peacock Theatre. Continue reading Review: Tap Dogs at the Peacock Theatre
London is full of interesting buildings that we visit every day. Unsurprisingly, you may visit a building hundreds of times only ever to see half of what has to offer and never its more interesting and hidden facets. Take a theatre for example. As an audience member you visit the box office, the foyer and then you take your seats. Perhaps you visit the bar … Continue reading Being nosy at the National Theatre
Thanks to the geniuses at Secret Cinema, a discrete spot in Canning Town has been transformed into dystopian LA a la Blade Runner. Continue reading I went on an acid rain drenched, steam punk adventure…in Canning Town.
For years theatre and production companies have been casting celebrity talent to lead their shows. It’s not a new trend by any means – I remember seeing Chicago the last time it was in the West End in back in 2006 with Ashley Simpson playing Roxie Hart – and it’s no doubt a trend that will continue. I’m fully aware that as a producer the … Continue reading The Problem With Celebrity Casting…