FEATURED: ‘Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran’, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

'The gap between rich and poor is getting bigger and bigger around the world. Social media feeds and accelerates this ever-deepening divide. In the global south we see the children of elites and post-colonial dictatorships flashing cash, dollar signs, Bollinger and infinity pool holidays while people languish under sanctions and dictatorships.  All around the world … Continue reading FEATURED: ‘Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran’, Edinburgh Festival Fringe

REVIEW: ‘Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’, Birmingham Hippodrome

  ‘Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’ tells the biblical story of Joseph who, as the favoured son, is given by his father a coat of many colours. His eleven brothers green with envy, they sell him into slavery, and Joseph must rise through the ranks of Potiphar’s household. When Potiphar’s wife tries to seduce … Continue reading REVIEW: ‘Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’, Birmingham Hippodrome

FEATURED: Wilton’s Music Hall Announces 2019 Autumn Season

  Wilton's Music Hall have today announced their autumn season, to include a brand new Christmas show that puts a woman centre stage in a Dickens classic, a darkly funny musical that centres on the plight of refugees and a powerful one-man production delving into the Sinatra behind the music.   Executive Director Holly Kendrick … Continue reading FEATURED: Wilton’s Music Hall Announces 2019 Autumn Season