London theatres: there's a lot of them. Fortunately I'm making life easy for you this month by telling you which ones have something on that's worth seeing. If you would trust me with that sort of thing, that is. Have a look here to find out more: http://londoncalling.com/features/the-best-theatre-to-see-in-march.
I do love a good landmark, especially if it has an interesting history. And these ones... well, they might not be real as such, but the stories are pretty good anyway. Have a look: http://londoncalling.com/features/top-5-fake-london-landmarks.
It's January. You're poor. Allow me to torment you with a list of some of the great shows you'll want to buy tickets for this year: http://londoncalling.com/features/theatre-to-look-forward-to-in-2017.
Anyone else fancy a wander off the beaten tourist track? Have a read of my latest London Calling feature to find out about these brilliant attractions that have been hiding in plain sight (and/or zone 8): http://londoncalling.com/features/six-things-you-didnt-know-you-could-do-in-london.
Written for Everything Theatre
Here at Everything Theatre, as our name suggests, we really like our theatre. We like it so much, it’s pretty much all we talk about. And while there’s nothing wrong with that, we do sometimes risk forgetting theatre can be even more awesome when combined with other forms of art. Fortunately, there are plenty of people who specialise in these kinds of crossovers. We caught up with Theatre and Photography author Joel Anderson, who serves as the MA Theatre Criticism and Dramaturgy course leader at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, to talk about what makes these two disciplines such an interesting combo.