Reservations
+44 (0)20 7492 0813 Mon-Fri:8am-8pm, Sat-Sun:9am-7pm
Menu

Theatre News and Reviews

Queen of the Mist
23 Aug
Reviews
Phil Willmott

Review: QUEEN OF THE MIST at the Charing Cross Theatre

Queen of the Mist You’ll already know if you’re going to love this show, you know it already and you’ve probably already booked. You’re the type of person that geeks out on contemporary music theatre in all its quirkiness, you play Sondheim’s PACIFIC OVERTURES whilst you’re ironing and you were probably at the New York premiere of QUEEN OF THE MIST, maybe I saw you, I was there too.

Continue reading

The Worst Witch
23 Aug
News
Phil Willmott

There’s Still Time to Enchant Your Kids with The Worst Witch

The Worst Witch Jill Murphy’s The Worst Witch stories continue to be extremely popular with youngsters. She’s sold more than five million copies and they've been made into films and TV series by HBO, ITV and CBBC. There are now eight Worst Witch titles.

Continue reading

This is Not Right
23 Aug
New Shows
Phil Willmott

John Godber to Premiere New Play at Wilton’s Music Hall

This is Not Right BAFTA and Olivier Award-winner writer/director John Godber is one of the grand old men of British theatre. For decades he’s pioneered the type of populist yet meaningful comedy-drama which genuinely attracts a working class audience on tour across the UK and, for years, at his former base Hull Truck. So it’s always exciting to hear he has a new play.

Continue reading

Great Expectations - Phil Willmott
21 Aug
News
Phil Willmott

Free Performances of GREAT EXPECTATIONS in Hoxton

Great Expectations - Phil Willmott Over the next few weekends you can catch my production of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations in the beautiful outdoor setting of the Geffrye Museum's front lawn, next to Hoxton Station - and it's completely FREE!!! No need to book, just show up!

Continue reading

Warheads
19 Aug
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: WARHEADS at Park Theatre

Warheads WARHEADS styles itself a punchy urban drama, based as it is, on a true story. But is there room for yet another deconstruction of PTSD and the trials and tribulations of a soldier returning from the horrors of war? In this case, the short answer is, yes (with minor reservations).

Continue reading

- page 1 of 245