Theatre Review: Blood Privilege

Theatre Review: Blood Privilege

Blood Privilege is a chilling and atmospheric theatrical experience currently on in the deep dark pit of the White Rabbit Theatre.  The timing of this production seems just right, as it comes on the tail end of pop culture’s love affair of the last five years or so with vampires and gothic romance.  It is […]

Theatre Review: Before The Party

Theatre Review: Before The Party

  Before The Party by Rodney Ackland is a chilling and comedic portrayal of the petty preoccupations of post-war Britain’s upper-middle class and their desire to hide their imperfections. Though this might sound a bit doomy and gloomy , I can guarantee you it will have you in stitches ! The Skinner family is trying […]

Theatre Review: Bitch Boxer

Theatre Review: Bitch Boxer

  Bitch Boxer is a fierce piece of new writing on at the Soho Theatre Upstairs till the 9th of March.  Charlotte Josephine, winner of the 2012 Soho Young Writers Award, has written a funny and at times heart-wrenching tale of a female boxer named Chloe from Leytonstone.  On the surface Chloe might seem like […]

Bitch Boxer preview with Charlotte Josephine

Bitch Boxer preview with Charlotte Josephine

    When Charlotte Josephine’s not kicking butt in the ring at the Islington Boxing Club you can find her writing , directing , playing the sax or even acting alongside London’s top talent.  Josephine is fresh out of the critically-acclaimed , gender bending performance of Julius Caesar at the Donmar Warehouse and will be […]

Theatre Review: Mare Rider – at the Arcola Theatre

Theatre Review: Mare Rider –  at the Arcola Theatre

  The Arcola theatre was filled to the rafters Friday night to see Leyla Nazli’s latest production “Mare Rider”.  It is the story of a sinister Turkish mythical figure Elka, played frighteningly well by Olivier award winning actress Kathryn Hunter, who is believed to take away babies from their mothers and her visits to Selma […]

Theatre Review: Sappho… in 9 Fragments at the White Rabbit Cocktail Club

Theatre Review: Sappho… in 9 Fragments at the White Rabbit Cocktail Club

  Stokey’s White Rabbit Cocktail Club is hosting Second Skin Theatre’s latest offering and has proven yet again, that you don’t need to go further than your local neighbourhood to see some great theatre. Down in the dark cave-like basement of the White Rabbit (also known as the “rabbit hole”), Director Jessica Ruano has brilliantly […]

The endeavours of a thoroughly modern day Hackney Empresario

The endeavours of a thoroughly modern day Hackney Empresario

    Former life coach and trained actor Leo Lawson O’Neil was born and raised in Kentish Town but is really a Hackneyite at heart. This Renaissance man is the managing director of Creative Network Partners and founder of the creative hub;  Netil House as well as Netil Market, Netil 360, The Russet and Hackney […]