Category Archives: Theatre

Hamilton Tickets are appearing on resale websites…

West End musical Hamilton have tickets available again on resale websites…

Hamilton West End tickets appear on resale sites despite anti-tout measures

Tickets for the London run of hip-hop musical Hamilton, the most anticipated theatre event of the year, have already appeared on secondary ticket websites for almost £3,000.
You can hear more on this story by clicking on the link to a Guardian Article.

Idiots @ The soho Theatre Review

“It’s like kind of like a pantomime, but less shit”, so goes Jonnie Bayfield’s pithy summary of Idiots, a new production by Caligula’s Alibi. It seems as good a synopsis as any for this odd, Russian-existentialist inspired, musical comedy.

London theatre plans to shine lasers at audience members using their phones

via Mashable

Feast. A show about food. A …

Feast. A show about food. A Baroque Banquet. Grotesque Clowning. Physical Theatre. Multimedia.. and the evolution of society? Clout Theatre present us with all of the above. I leave wondering whether I feel hungry, or ready to vomit. A fine line which Clout toy with throughout their piece, with magnificent commitment to their cause.

Kite @ Soho Theatre Review

A short and touching performance dealing with the hardships of losing a family member from one’s life, and how one’s imagination can conjure up a world of possibilities. The Wrong Crowd (Devon based visual theatre company) develop a clear and visually appealing work of art that takes audiences by the edge of their seats and […]

Theatrefullstop team up with acclaimed choreographer and dancer Ash Mukherjee to present a Bharatanatyam workshop at this year’s MOVE IT!

MOVE IT 2016 makes a welcome return, as it will yet again showcase the wealth of dance talent prevalent in the UK. The UK’s biggest dance festival, the multi-faceted event allows for revellers to watch a range of dance acts on the main stage, as well as take part in dance classes and performing arts workshops. Theatrefullstop […]


If you believe that a theatre performance cannot be truly scary because The Woman in Black left you unimpressed and Ghost Stories was only slightly frightening, you should see Jakop Ahlborn’s homage to the horror-movie genre: a truly gruesome and genuinely terrifying show – but also quite funny.

Il Ritorno (The Return) @ The Barbican (LONDON INTERNATIONAL MIME FESTIVAL 2016) Review

I’d like to start with saying that for me, Circa are one of, if not the most exciting companies premiering their work at this years London International Mime Festival. This particular piece is developed from Moneteverdi’s Il Ritorno D’Ulisse, consequently becoming part circus show part opera – which is a surprisingly eloquent mix.

The theatre shows everyone will be talking about in London which are made in Wales

The Wales Millennium Centre and Sherman Cymru are among the venues taking their work to London in the coming months, proving once more why our theatre industry is booming via Wales