It’s the morning of the general election and you’d be forgiven for feeling a little weary of all the drama that goes on within politics these days. However, if you fancy a bit more politics in your drama, head to the theatre. Here’s a small selection (in no particular order) of election-themed events taking place in London’s theatreland. Continue reading
Athol Fugard is arguably the most well-known of the South African playwrights to write about the injustices of the Apartheid regime. Continue reading
Considering that pop-up events, immersive theatre, supper clubs and secret dining locations are all the rage at the moment, I suppose it was only a matter of time before someone combined them all.
In March of this year, fire broke out at the Battersea Arts Centre, engulfing the roof and destroying the beautiful old Grand Hall of the venue.
What do Steve Carrell, Judd Apatow, Sacha Baron Cohen, Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Mike Myers and Eddie Murphy all have in common? Apart from being successful that is?
Something had to give last week and unfortunately, it ended up being this blog post.
March has just been one of those crazily hectic months where everything seems to happen at once. Did I meet any of those deadlines I set myself in March? Erm…well….some.