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The third coming of Ponyboy Curtis at The Yard in Hackney Wick shows early signs of having found its purpose, but ultimately loses its way.
As one of the earliest Festivals in the calendar, Brighton Fringe is a great place to spot acts worth catching throughout the rest of the year.
We had a ball at the underground Mafia den that is Bunga Bunga Covent Garden – everyone and everything came together for a jaunty jamboree of cheeky fun!
★★★★★ For the Birds is a trail of artworks experienced at night in a secret woodland location, part of the 2017 Brighton Festival
A must-see tragi-comedy classic for the binge watch generation.
LUNG’s E15 is a timely piece of documentary theatre following the Focus E15 campaign – led by a group of single mothers served eviction notices in 2013…
As ‘London’s most bohemian rendezvous’ returns for one month only, the National Trust’s recreation of The Caravan is a reminder of London’s queer history…
Enjoy the WTF moments in Lizzie, the new rock musical about fabled axe-murderer Lizzie Borden – 90 minutes of delightfully over-the-top, drooling poodle rock!
Generation Z take center stage in this fabulously fun yet timely and thought-provoking look at the challenges faced by Post-Millennials…
The future may be pretty depressing but batshit crazy London doesn’t give in – it just gets WEIRD & WONDERFUL!