Former Arts and Theatre Editor.
6 shows you must see at Vault Festival 2017
Vault Festival is about to bring us innovative and exciting new theatre in one London's most interesting performance spaces.
700 'Nasty Women' came together for an arty protest against Donald Trump
In a converted factory building in Queens, the Nasty Women installation looks at the misogynistic messages that were rife throughout Trumps campaign.
Theatre Review: Us/Them @ The National Theatre
The production achieves its objective, sure, but what it doesn’t have is the undertone of truth.
Tate has appointed its first female director
She makes history by replacing Sir Nicholas Serota, who had been in charge of the galleries for almost three decades.
The winner of The T.S. Eliot Prize has been announced
Previous winners include Sarah Howe for her debut collection Loop of Jade, Seamus Heaney, Ted Hughes and Carol Ann Duffy.
Tate Britain will host an exhibition purely dedicated to LGBTQ+ art
The exhibition will be the first of its kind and will unveil material that relates to LGBTQ identities and will illustrate the ways in which sexuality became publically defined over time.
Hamilton tickets are selling for thousands despite measures to stop touts
The show will premiere in London in November 2017 and it’s set to be one of the biggest musical theatre event in years.
Angels in America is going to be one of the biggest theatre events of 2017 and here’s why
With themes of sex, love, death, heaven and hell; this ‘Gay Fantasia On National Themes’ is set to be a huge event.
Review: BU21 @ Trafalgar Studios
Directed by Dan Pick, this ensemble of six are no less than superb.
An art show looking at Soho's sexy past starts this January
Shuby, a solo street artist, has brought her new exhibition ‘The Is The Spot!’ to the Lawrence Alkin Gallery.
Sonia Friedman makes history by being announced as The Stage's most influencial person in the performing arts world
She took the title from by Sir Howard Panter and Rosemary Squire, the co-founders of Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) who had held the top spot since 2009.
4 big actors taking to the stage this year
These are actors who are seasoned in their medium, have had lengthy careers and are guaranteed to offer us some of the best theatre in 2017.
Remembering John Berger
His strong opinions on modern art and his Marxist humanism which made him a rather controversial figure fairly early in his career.
Here are our top theatre tours to check out in 2017
Sometimes it can seem like the best theatre is reserved only for Broadway and The West End - but that isn't always the case.
What we have to look forward to at The National Theatre in 2017
Though it’s got a lot to live up to, it seems 2017 is going to offer us more of the same great work.
A look back at our favourite theatre productions of 2016
Here are our favourites of this triumphant year in theatre.
These are some of the musical premieres we can look forward to in 2017
From the North to the South - there's a new musical hitting a stage near you at some point this new year (and yes, we've finally got Hamilton!)
Buckingham Palace have announced the winner of the Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry
The Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry stands for excellence in poetry; be that based on an entire body of work or an outstanding collection issued during the year of the award.