Death of a Salesman Review

Wendell Pierce and Sharon D. Clarke are amazing in the new production of ‘Death of a Salesman.’ Though it’s Pierce who shines a bit more. The show belongs to him in which he plays the character made famous by playwright…

Ghost Quartet Review

It’s not what I was expecting, but ‘Ghost Quartet’ is simply superb. The first show in the brand new Boulevard Theatre in the area of Soho that used to house porn shops, a gay cinema, and all things seedy (it’s…

Cinderella In Soho is the premise of the new fun musical ‘Soho Cinders.’

Now playing at the Charing Cross Theatre until December 21st, the show tells the story of Robbie (Luke Bayer), who is in love with closeted mayoral candidate James Prince (Lewis Asquith) – who by the way is married – to…

Noises Off Review

The production of ‘Nothing on’ in Western-Super-Mare is now playing at the Garrick Theatre in a new production of ‘Noises off.’ Confused? Don’t be. We are treated to the show, as well as the backstage antics of the cast, in…

By the Grace of God film Review

Francois Ozon is back at the top of his game in his new film ‘By the Grace of God.’ Ozon, director of some very unique and unusual films such as ‘8 Women,’ ‘Swimming Pool,’ and ‘The New Girlfriend,’ takes a…

Ian McKellen on Stage

“Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” This is a famous quote from ‘Twelfth Night’ by William Shakespeare, and it can also be applied to Sir Ian McKellen, and his performance in his…

tick tick… BOOM Review

Jonathan Larson, the genius behind ‘Rent’ – perhaps one of the greatest musicals of all time – created a show about his struggle with getting a show produced before ‘Rent’ – the show is ‘tick tick… BOOM’ – and it…

Mamma Mia! The Party – Theatre review

Enter the world of ABBA, and Greece, by attending MAMMA MIA! THE PARTY at The O2 London – it’s the best in immersive theatre. And what a great idea! Yes, it’s the 02, but once you enter you are transported…

Big the Musical Review

‘Big’ the movie was such a hit when it was released in 1988 as it brought out the inner child in all of us. ‘Big the Musical’, which just opened at London’s Dominion Theatre, doesn’t quite do the same. Playing…

Jidori Restaurant Review

£72 for 10 dishes, with one dish better than the next, with cocktails? Where does one find a restaurant like this? Japanese restaurant Jidori, that’s where. Now with two branches, one in Covent Garden and one in Dalston, Jidori is…