My name is Amy, I'm a training actor at Drama Studio London and part time pub crawl host.
Could chocolate be the key to becoming a successful musician?
If you want to up your classical music game grab some of the good stuff and you’ll be a success in no time.
Theatre Review: Lead Suspect @ Kings Head Theatre
They know it’s ridiculous, we know it’s ridiculous but you cannot help but engage and invest in this production.
Mike Bartlett's new play about British Identity opens the winter season at the Almeida
Bartlett has secured himself as one of the best modern playwrights around - and he’s only 36.
The Royal Opera House is teaming up with Twitter to tell stories using only Emojis
Those who can identify the stories through the emojis will have the chance to win a pair of tickets to any one of the productions.
Theatre Review: Wet Bread @ The King's Head Theatre
The play sensitively looks at the politically driven world we live in, the issues in democracy and the way in which we strive for change.
Camden People’s Theatre has launched a new festival exploring trans, non-binary and gender-queer issues.
'Come As You Are' is the latest in a series of performance festivals at the CPT addressing contemporary political, social or cultural themes.
Off The Middle return with their new production Lead Suspect
Their previous production In Other Words received astounding reviews.
16 actors tell us the strangest things they’ve been asked to do in auditions
'Do Henry V 'Once more unto the breach' speech as a porn video'
A bizarre new Kate Moss statue has been made and it’s very freaky
The sculpture, MILF, has been unveiled at London’s Opera Gallery where it will go on sale for £25,000.
Talking sexuality, gender, relationships and Rotterdam with Jon Brittain
The play tells the story of Alice, who wants to come out as a lesbian, and Fiona, who is trans.
Penguin Pride comes to Proud Galleries this July, and you can get discounted tickets
To mark 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England.
Theatre Review: The Enchanted @ The Bunker
An adaptation of death penalty investigator Rene Denfeld’s award-winning novel.
Theatre Review: Common @ The National Theatre
The laborious plot doesn’t thicken, but thinly spreads along the two and a half hour running time.
We spoke to actress Frances Mayli McCann about the riotous show Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour
'Some kick ass tunes and girls going mental in a funny and poignant story about growing up and finding yourself.'
Meet Christopher Green, the Olivier-award winning playwright exploring porn obsession
Audiences are invited to attend a self-help group for those addicted to pornography.
Theatre Review: Blush @ Soho Theatre
The play comments on serious issues of the digital age and it’s a play of such relevance that it should be viewed by many.
Theatre Review: This Is Not Culturally Significant. @ The Bunker
Adam Scott-Rowley is slick. The clarity of performance is something to be in awe of.
Theatre Review: Out There on Fried Meat Ridge Rd. @ Trafalgar Studio 2
In spite of the horrifically long title, the play itself is a mere 70 minutes, and it's 70 minutes of absolute joy.