In 2020, Tom Hooper joined an elite group of filmmakers. Along with Kevin Costner and Peter Farrelly, Tom became only the third person to direct both a Best Picture Oscar winner and Worst Picture Razzie winner. The film that secured this was his 2019 version of the musical “Cats”. Generally panned by critics and musical theatre aficionados, it is very difficult to find many people that actually enjoyed the movie. My mother is one, and the other is a young actor by the name of Linus Karp. In … [Read more...]
London Theatre Interviews with Cast and Creatives
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The Shows Must Go On channel is back and it will be streaming Alfie Boe: The Bring Him Home Tour as part of the ‘greats on tour’ season from 7.00pm on Friday 16th October for a limited 48-hour period - no charge or sign-up required. Filmed live at the Royal Festival Hall in London, during Alfie Boe's sell-out tour; the star of Les Miserables and the much-loved tenor showcases his mesmerizing and outstanding voice in his very own show Bring Him Home. With an impressively diverse collection of … [Read more...]
Park Theatre recently announced the launch of a fundraising initiative called Park Life, to secure the future of the venue. As with all theatres across the UK, Park Theatre have had to temporarily close to help prohibit the spread of Covid-19. This has meant cancelling all performances, hires and classes for the foreseeable future. As a small charity with no regular government or Arts Council funding, this has lead to a catastrophic loss of income. The venue have been working closely with the … [Read more...]
Lipstick by Lily Shahmoon is at Southwark Playhouse from 4th to 28th March 2020. Two women play two teenage boys in this timely story of young hearts and the rules that surround us all. Starring Helen Aluko (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) and April Hughes (The Play that Goes Wrong, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child). 'Sorry I don’t fit into your preconceived notions of me.' Tommy is scared of everything. Especially the kids at school who would call him gay if they saw him putting on … [Read more...]
As You Like It, The Taming of the Shrew and Measure for Measure transfer to The Barbican from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon. AS YOU LIKE IT: Following her roles in Dido, Queen of Carthage, Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra in 2017, Lucy Phelps plays Rosalind in Kimberley Sykes’ production of As You Like It which opens the season. She is joined by David Ajao as Orlando, whose previous productions for the RSC include The Merchant of Venice, Othello and Hecuba. There … [Read more...]