Emma and Sonic the Hedgehog film reviews

The new film ‘Emma’ – based on Jane Austen’s 1815 novel – is about a rich young woman who sees her friends all around her falling in love. But does Emma want love? Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, who plays Emma with…

Parasite film review

Yes it’s true about all the hype surrounding the South Korean film ‘Parasite’ – it’s funny, dramatic, and very very different, and it sticks to you like, well, a parasite. Director Bong Joon-ho, who wrote the screenplay with Han Jin-won,…

Uncut Gems – Film review

An Adam Sandler movie connotes bad acting and a stupid plot. Not ‘Uncut Gems’ – it’s fast, furious, heart pounding and brilliant. Shockingly and shamelessly ‘Uncut Gems’ has been ignored by the people who give out film awards – its…

Quezon’s Game Review

It’s the 75th anniversary of the Holocaust, and there are necessary tributes and memorials being held across the world. There are also television and film tributes being shown, but if you can, please include ‘Quezon’s Game’ as a must watch.…

Four Play Review

The seven (and a half) year itch rears its ugly head for one gay couple in the new play ‘Four Play’. Now playing at the Above the Stag theatre until February 22, 2020 – Rafe (Ashley Byam) and Pete (Keeran…

The Sunset Limited Review

A middle-aged white male attempts to get on ‘The Sunset Limited’ but is stopped by a middle-aged black man. What is The Sunset Limited? It’s the name of a new play that has just opened at Soho’s fantastic Boulevard Theatre,…

& Juliet

A new musical loosely, very loosely, based on the classic Romeo & Juliet is raising the roof down (not literally) at the Shaftsbury Theatre. ‘& Juliet’ is the hottest and most unique musical to hit town this year. It takes…

La Clique Review

It’s getting cold outside but La Clique is back in town to steam things up! Back in London after a ten-year absence and now performing in the Christmassy Leicester Square Spiegeltent – La Clique brings with it a potpourri of…

Red Palace, Immersive Theatre

The Vaults underneath Waterloo train station have been turned into a palace – Red Palace. And it’s the Prince who reigns over this kingdom. Follow him and his court as they help guide you through various rooms and alleys that…

Desiree Burch – Coming Early Review

90 minutes of non-stop comedy is what you’ll get when you see Desiree Burch. American comedian Burch, now at the Soho Theatre until Saturday November 23rd in a show called ‘Coming Early’ – rapid fires her tale of her experience…