A voyeuristic pleasure not to be missed

A voyeuristic pleasure not to be missed

Magnificent Obsessions: The Artist as Collector, Barbican Art Gallery ****  By Peter May If you have ever wondered what it would be like to imagine Andy Warhol or Damien Hirst on an episode of the TV show Britain’s biggest hoarders, then this is the one for you. This is a very interesting exhibition showcasing the broad stash […]

Theatre review: Jurassic Park

Theatre review: Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park Vault Festival *** 1/2  By Peter May   Everyone has a movie they have seen countless times before and this Spielberg classic is more than likely to be on the lists of many. What a trio from Superbolt theatre have done here is to re-enact the story of the Michael Crichton hit – […]

Review: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Review: Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

By Peter May ***** I must admit, I was not overly familiar with the Grammy Award winning musician of which this new musical is based upon at first. However it is the vast back catalogue of huge hits, which makes this show as enjoyable as it is. Beautiful is a relatively new production, originally published as […]

Review: Mozart in London Festival Weekend – Classical Opera

Review: Mozart in London Festival Weekend – Classical Opera

***** By David May As a long time devotee of Mozart’s music it was a delight to attend  ‘Mozart in London’ Festival Weekend concerts on 20th, 21st, and 22nd February at Milton Court, Barbican. This was the beginning of Classical Opera’s MOZART 250,an epic project that travels 250 years back in time to follow the chronological trajectory […]

Theatre Review: Bad Jews

Theatre Review: Bad Jews

Bad Jews St James Theatre *****  By Peter May  With a head turning title, a good farcical family feud and a razor sharp script, Bad Jews is guaranteed to lift your spirits during this miserable time of the year. This lively play has made its debut in London after it’s last UK appearance in Bath […]

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