An Evening With An Immigrant

Last week I once again ventured to the socially distanced Bridge Theatre, this time to see the opening performance of An Evening With An Immigrant by Inua Ellams. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but was drawn in by the title. As an immigrant myself, though a very privileged one, I’m always interested in the…

Beat The Devil

Last week I headed for my first post-lockdown live indoor threatre experience! I booked to see Beat The Devil at the Bridge Theatre, one of the series of monologues they are currently hosting in their socially distanced auditorium. It felt really weird and somewhat eerie to be back at the theatre, with an audience bedecked…

Christmas Menu at The Kitchen

On Thursday night I was invited by Love Pop Ups London to join her and a gew others in taste testing the new Christmas menu at The Kitchen, a new restaurant in the Hilton Tower Bridge. The Kitchen can cater to small and large groups alike, with a private area for up to 40 guests…

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

When I heard that the same team that created the promenade experience of Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre were putting on a production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, I just had to grab tickets for the first preview to experience it for myself. While I feel calling this immersive theatre is a bit of…

Julius Caesar

I love immersive theatre, so when I heard about the promenade performances of Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre, I just had to grab tickets and see it for myself. Shakespeare’s popular politics play is always a good one to watch, but this time there is another dimension to it. You have the choice to…