'My only longing is to serve the LGBTQ community in whatever way I’m meant to.'
Andrew Garfield has set the record straight about comments he made about being “a gay man right now, just without the physical
The Empire Strips Back, A Star Wars burlesque parody, has grown to become one of the most successful burlesque shows in the
The taxi driver who turned up 20 minutes late one morning to take us out on an excursion. Not his fault as the traffic had been particularly bad, but as soon he was out of the car, he walked straight over to us to apologise for keeping us waiting. By the time we sat in the car, we were assuring him that it didn't really matter.
As the lights dim in the Finborough Theatre, a faint commotion can be heard coming from the corridor outside. The auditorium
The Faction theatre company and Selfridges have come together to create a production that makes the work of William Shakespeare very accessible and engaging. Elements including fashion, social media and tabloids are effectively incorporated to provide parallels to modern times.
If anyone asks this August how my play about fearlessness is going, I happily tell them I'm terrified.
Up or down? This is an important question that needs to be asked before you move in with a bloke. And when that bloke is
But what has been remarkable about the BAC fire is not the extent of the damage, or the disruption to performances, or the loss of a space for South London communities. What is remarkable is the opposite: the spontaneous outpouring of love, compassion and support for BAC, the heartfelt warmth and goodwill that confirms the special place of this special organisation.
Catching a film at the cinema was once a firm favourite to fill our free time, but it seems that the silver screen is losing its allure, seeing a huge decline in audience numbers. In 2013 over 165.5 million people attended the cinema, which was the lowest viewing figures since 2008.