This Northern Broadsides revival of Githa Soweby’s 1912 play, Rutherford & Son, appears at the St James Theatre following a 15 week national tour, but it doesn’t simply deserve acclaim due to Sir Jonathan Miller’s stellar direction; the imposing cast is led by thespian stalwart and Northern Broadsides founder Barrie Rutter, [...]Read more ›
Articles by: Rebecca McWattie
Culture Editor; a theatre writer and cultural connoisseur with a penchant for classic fashion, afternoon tea, and French literature.
Julie Griffiths (mother-in-law to Lily Allen) has been proprietor of the Sir Charles Napier for over 35 years, and one gets a sense that her life revolves around being there every evening for service. In all the times I’ve dined there, only once has she been absent – dedication that [...]Read more ›
The attention to detail is exceptional and intriguing; with napkins wrapped in riddles, sugar cubes contained within a whimsical ballerina musical jewellery box which plays “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”…Read more ›
“Dividing the audience, from many grimacing to others laughing enthusiastically, London Wall charts the affairs of the staff at the bustling London solicitor’s office Walker and Windermere…”Read more ›
“First premièred in 1981, this revival 30 years on proves Passion Play is a timeless and truthful portrayal of the consequences of betrayal and the fragility and importance of trust.”Read more ›
Win a pair of top price tickets to the exclusive Garsington Opera festival! Put your best frocks forward, straighten those bowties, and sip champagne in the early evening light of the Buckinghamshire countryside, at the UKs best dressed opera at the Wormsley Estate in the Chiltern Hills.Read more ›