Category Archives: Features

Royal Court: Full cast announced for Escaped Alone by Caryl Churchill

New Play at the Royal Court London- Escaped Alone

The full cast list has been revealed for the Royal Court Theatre’s production of Caryl Churchill’s new play Escaped Alone! Critically acclaimed actresses Read More →

Careers series: Alex Flowers, Team Leader of Digital Programmes at The Victoria and Albert Museum

Alex Flowers, Team Leader of Digital Programmes at The Victoria and Albert Museum

Another installment of the careers series is here! As I have just started a new role that is heavily involves the Read More →

ICA London: Nastio Mosquito’s The Age I Don’t Remember

Nastio Mosquito stickers at the ICA

A fete for the sexually liberated, the consciously free and forever young. Sending the audience into a flurry of emotion, Read More →

Royal Court: The Team’s Roosevelvis

The team's Rooselevis at Royal Court London

I saw the title and overlooked the obvious connection. But I was more or less right in my initial assessment. Read More →

Fun free things to do in london: 15 things to do

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion is designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano

London; its busy, its glitzy and way too damn expensive. Did I say glitzy? Even as a life long Londoner, Read More →

Quick tips on keeping your blogging consistent

Office set up- writing

Oh the dull irony. After a number of major changes, I’ve had no chance to blog for the past week. Read More →

McQueen: The worst production I’ve seen this year

The very bad McQueen show at Haymarket

After the hype behind the hugely successful Savage Beauty Exhibition had well and truly diminished, McQueen started showing at the Read More →

Museum News: V&A announce new exhibition- Botticelli Reimagined

V&A announce new exhibition- Botticelli Reimagined

Earlier this morning, the Victoria and Albert Museum announced the launch of their Botticelli Reimagined exhibition which will be open in March 2016. Read More →

Why I (sometimes) hate exhibitions…

South Kensington

The Alexander McQueen exhibit at the illustrious V&A has recently come to a close. Like a sap, I was stupid enough Read More →

The Trial at the Young Vic

Rory Kinnear and company in The Trial at the Young Vic

Not the best play to see after a lacklustre day at the office. Mr K reflects all the lost hope Read More →