A compact adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s children’s classic is full of big ideas.
Gallows humour abounds in this cleverly paced true story from the Western Front.
Mischief Theatre are up to their old tricks in an all-new knockabout farce.
The Sondheim magic is still beating firmly at this new production’s heart.
Bill Kenwright’s musical biography retells the story of a sixties icon through the music which defined an era.
The end of the world as we newt it.
The coming-of-age story of a rebellious and inquisitive young naturalist Charles Darwin.
New ‘musicomedy’ holds a journey of intrigue at the Soho Theatre throughout October.
A fitting, reflective piece to honour one hundred years since the end of World War One.
Lou serves up cringe inducing self-deprecating humour all to be taken with a pinch of shame.
Thriller Live’s 4000th charity gala performance was in aid of The Prince’s Trust.
Let’s hope this release heralds the return of the show to a wider audience, primed and ready for its snarky dazzle.