As I approached the Hampton Hill Theatre last night, I was steeling myself for the second major human drama of the day so far. Unlike the unpredictable conclusion of an election day, Titanic at least has a dependably disastrous ending, which offered some small comfort… I have reviewed this performance …

“The average person will speak 123,205,750 words in their lifetime” But what do we do with them? What could we do with them, or what should we do with them, if given the chance? What if, Sam Steiner proposes in Lemons… his debut play, we had a limit? Trainee-lawyer Bernadette and musician Oliver are two …

This weekend, in recognition of  ‘Shakespeare400’ (400 years since Ol’ Will’s death) London was treated to not one, not two but all thirty-seven Shakespeare plays – for free! Because after all, though the bard was born and bread 100 miles ‘up the road’ in Stratford Upon Avon, It was in …

Theatre is unique in its ability to take you to places you have never been before but ‘Light’, by Theatre Infinitum, takes this to extremes, conjuring times, places and scenarios beyond imagining with nothing but a blacked out set, 5 actors, and their unique exploitation of nature’s most essential element, …