Frankenstein – Beatbox Academy

Last night I went to see Frankenstein, how to make a monster, by the Beatbox Academy, at the Battersea Arts Centre. I wasn’t sure what to expect as I’m not a fan of hip hop in general, but I went in with an open mind. What struck me first is that the Battersea Arts Centre…

An Evening Of Meat

Another trip to The Vaults, this time for the curious sounding An Evening Of Meat, a dance and dinner performance labelled as fiercly femine. A six course dinner accompanied by a dance troupe, to tantalize all your senses. I was lucky enough to go twice, once for the meat feast, and a second time to…

Circus Of Horrors

This seemed to be a bit of fun, campy entertainment, so I grabbed a friend and headed to Circus Of Horrors – Voodoo at the New Wimbledon Theatre. I had no idea how wrong I was… As the name suggests, it is basically a circus, but with horror elements. What might have been called a…

Better Together

Another half term entertainment, Aca Theatre’s Better Together clown show sounded too much fun to pass up! It was playing at the Canada Water Theatre, which is located inside the library. A beautiful space, especially if you’re waiting for the house to open, as you can just hang out in the reading corner in the…

Briefs – Close Encounters

After having seen the Briefs troup a few times before, so obviously I had to attend their new show at the Underbelly festival, Close Encounters. The Australia-based assembly of all-male burlesque performers always delivers a colourful, eccentric performance, and this one was no disappointment either! The overarching theme for this show was, as the title…

The Shakespeare Revue

I found out about the Shakespeare Reviee through the posters at Richmond Theatre when I visited for another theatre production. I was intrigued and got myself and a gew friends some tickets. The show is based on the original Royal Shakespeare Society production and is an absolute riot! From the first skit to the last song, this show…