Knights of the Rose

Since its announcement back in March, the Arts Theatre’s latest show has been causing quite a stir in the capital – from a multitude of posters, to performances at West End LIVE and a horseback photo shoot on Tower Bridge. It is now open and is due to have a fairly limited run over the […]

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Fresh from Oliviers success and a stint in New York, Jon Brittain’s play┬áRotterdam┬áreturns to London for a limited West End run this summer. Its stint is timed very well, as it covers the entirety of London Pride month. The story primarily focuses on Fiona and Alice, who’ve been living together in Rotterdam for several years. […]

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Dirty Great Love Story

First seen seven years ago in a pub, Katie Bonna & Richard Marsh’s Dirty Great Love Story has been through several phases on its way to the West End. What was a 10-minute poetry duet is now a 90-minute two-hander play, and is at the beginning of a limited run at the Arts Theatre. It […]

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A Christmas Carol with Simon Callow

“Marley was dead: to begin with.” Quite possibly one of the most well-known opening lines in history, setting off what is definitely the most famous Christmas story in all literature. This being the festive season, there are various productions of the Dickens classic on offer, including different one-man versions (Martin Prest’s is a definite favourite). […]

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