Review: A Handful of Distraction

“Featuring a variety of beautiful new arrangements, this series offers its audience a walk back through the some of the most pressing issues from lockdown. “

Interview: Hannah from Damsel Productions

This August will see Damsel Outdoors take place in locations including Portobello Road and Bankside as four compelling new pieces of theatre are staged across London. This exciting collaborative project from Damsel Productions, with an all women and non-binary inclusive team, is a chance for the artists to explore the creative potentials of the outside,…

Interview: James Scotland – The Sunday Art Club

A free outdoor spectacular celebrating diversity in the arts, The Sunday Art Club (TSAC) will immerse audiences in the joy of live performance this August and September. This multi-disciplinary festival will be socially distanced in Shoreditch as well as streamed online so everyone can enjoy its electrifying range of theatre, jazz, film and visual art…

An Update on Bristol Theatres

An Update on Bristol Theatres
While our beloved auditoriums may currently be dark, there’s plenty of work going on in the @BristolHipp and @BristolOldVic!

Interview: Courtenay Johnson and Jo Blake from Mothers Who Make

A brand new hub is coming to Northamptonshire for Mothers Who Make! The sessions will be led by Carbon Theatre’s Courtenay Johnson and story teller Jo Blake, and will create a supportive shape for mothers to explore how being a mother and an artist can enrich both experiences. They hope to connect a network of…

Interview: Godspell Cast – Danyl Johnson and Jodie Steele

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Stephen Schwartz’s Godspell, theatrical legends old and new are coming together and creating an exciting online charity concert. West End legends Ruthie Henshall and Darren day will return to reprise their roles from the 1993 studio recording, alongside an incredible cast featuring Sam Tutty, Ria Jones, Jodie Steele and…

Interview: The Good Enough Mum’s Club

While GoodEnough MumsClub, a hilarious musical romp, undergoes new development in lockdown, the team have announced a new podcast series to explore the highs, lows and sleep deprivation of motherhood

Interview: Hot Coals Theatre

Written, cast, shot and edited all during lockdown by Hot Coals Theatre, My Darling Christopher is a new short film created as part of a wider theatre project in association with RADA, that will be shared as part of HOME Manchester’s Homemakers Festival from Thursday 16 July. The piece will use a unique theatrical language…

A Look into the Palladium Pilot

A Look into the Palladium Pilot

Curious as to what a socially distanced theatre will look like? In my new post I’ve shared my expereince of attending the @LondonPalladium’s pilot performance yesterday afternoon! @Beverleyknight