Living With The Lights On @ Young Vic

Mark Lockyer takes us through the ups and downs of an actor’s life. Both professional and personal, he has got a lot going on. Until one marvellous day he meets Beets – A life advisor? An agony aunt? A shoulder to lean on ? Call him as you like, Beets makes life better for Mark. It’s only…

Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank @ Shakespeare’s Globe

‘Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank’ is an excellent project to encourage the teaching of English in the National Curriculum. I attended for the second year running, and this year’s performance of Twelfth Night definitely met its purpose. The modern spin of this 17th Century comedy allowed a young audience to enjoy and relate to this remarkable performance. We were…

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

An improvised theatrical performance with only 8 cast members, 2 musicians, simple props and a white board with a few scribbles on – this outstanding performance has made me want to go again. The interaction was great as the audience gave the cast suggestions setting the plot of the play using audience cheers and woos as…

The Return @ The Barbican

28/01/2016 This extravagant production to celebrate London International Mime Festival reveals the amazing complexities of movement, flexibility and strength of the human body. A performance full of passion and perseverance; Circa’s acrobats had me gripped throughout. Accompanied by operatic music, I felt positively on edge as the performers pushed and used their bodies to create an…