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, [...]
Those taken with the colour and ebullience of Martin Scorsese’s 2002 epic, “Gangs of New York”, will experience...
Gallery curator and international art dealer, Jean-David Malat, gives us a personal tour through one of the boldest...
The UK premiere of David Mamet’s Race at Hampstead Theatre is compelling, funny, and shocking. The design is...
You step off the dilapidated coach, warm trade winds kicking at the fedora you haggled for at the village market, and into your “resplendent” holiday villa-complex. Then you discover the brochure hadn’t been entirely truthful. You were promised El Dorado, the Mysterious City of Gold, and instead you got El [...]Read more ›
You forget the rapturous applause that accompanies an Acosta appearance. It’s deafening. There are many good dancers, but the might of Carlos Acosta is something else entirely.Read more ›