Loading posts...

The West End transfer of Coming Clean

Following a revival in 2017 at the King’s Head Theatre, Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean transfers to the Trafalgar Studios 29 years after its premiere. Daniel Perks reviews the late pla...

Strangers in Between review – open, honest, startlingly funny

For a play about secrets, self-discovery and reinvention, Strangers In Between has an openness and honesty that shines through from its very first moments. Rural boy Shane (Roly Bo...

Roly Botha – a Stranger In Between the bright lights of the West End

The second in a King's Head Theatre double bill at Trafalgar Studios sees Roly Botha in his West End debut. Daniel Perks catches up with Roly to chat about his lead in Strangers In...

La Bohème review – compelling, powerful and relevant

It's Christmas 2017, East London for this La Bohème. In their picturesque flat, Marcello and Rodolpho - sorry, Mark (Thomas Isherwood) and Ralph (Roger Paterson) - lament. The heat...

The Red Lion review – an exploration of ambition and loyalty

Set in the dressing room of a Northern league semi-professional football team, The Red Lion is an exploration of ambition and loyalty, shrouded in (sometimes toxic) masculinity. Af...

Review: Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Rd.

Out There On Fried Meat Ridge Road at Trafalgar Studios - Mouthful of a title, whopper of a play.The cast were well prepared for laughs, as they ought to be. From the word “spo...