Theatre Review: Hair | Londonist

Franco Milazzo Theatre Review: Hair Half a century after it debuted in the US, the return of Hair to a London stage is a riotous affair. Quite a few of the references are more dated than a mullet but there are [Read entire story]

“Blight On The Earth” – What Do You Make Of London’s Ticket Touts?

The enduring popularity of West End theatre shows has seen them fall prey to touts. Photo by Steve Reed in the Londonist Flickr pool.Buying and selling, buying and selling? Of all the professions you probably wouldn't [Read entire story]

The London Who Pioneered Panto As We Know It Today

John Rich, comic dancing in harlequin garb.Ever heard of John Rich? He's the man credited with inventing the pantomime genre. Theatre manager, impresario and performer, he also opened the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden on [Read entire story]

There’s Now A Musical About The Cereal Killer Cafe

Laura Reynolds There's Now A Musical About The Cereal Killer Cafe Photo: Cereal Killer CafeThe story of the Cereal Killer Cafe, which split opinions when it arrived in London in 2014, has been turned into a [Read entire story]

Theatre Review: Horrible Histories | Londonist

Phillipa Ellis Theatre Review: Horrible Histories Horrible Histories, Garrick Theatre 4 Photo: Jane HobsonThe Barmy Britain franchise returns for another jolly jaunt [Read entire story]

Theatre Review: Mrs Orwell | Londonist

Paul Ewing Theatre Review: Mrs Orwell Mrs Orwell, Old Red Lion Theatre 4 Rosie Ede and Cressida Bonas in Mrs Orwell. Photo: Samuel TaylorThe business of marriage is [Read entire story]

Who The Hell Goes To The London Dungeon?

Would we find this attraction a torturous experience? Image courtesy of London Dungeon.A horrifying, traumatic experience we feared we’d never recover from. At every corner, we wanted to scream and run out of there: all [Read entire story]

Theatre Review: The Marriage Of Kim K

Franco Milazzo Theatre Review: The Marriage Of Kim K The Marriage Of Kim K, Arcola Theatre 2 An opera which juxtaposes Kim Kardashian’s first and very brief union with [Read entire story]

Theatre Review: Much Ado Meets Mexico

Hari Mountford Theatre Review: Much Ado Meets Mexico Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's Globe 4 The Globe’s new production of Much Ado About Nothing brings the Bard to [Read entire story]