Written for Everything Theatre

From this week, London is richer by another theatre. A Southwark car park made good, The Bunker aims to introduce their audiences to an entirely new kind of theatre experience. We talked to Artistic Director Joshua McTaggart and Executive Producer Joel Fisher to find out more.

Written for Everything Theatre

With the Bard’s birthday long past, the excitement about Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary this year seems to have calmed down a little bit. The perfect time, then, for someone to take a hard look at our collective fascination with The Complete Works of Will. That someone is storyteller and comedian Robert Crighton, whose new show Undead Bard will be playing at Theatre N16 next month. We caught up with him to talk about bardolatry, Shakespeare tax and, um… William the zombie standup comedian. 

A while ago, I got out my beige overalls and went ghostbusting for London Calling. Well, more or less... Read all about it here:

In conversations about visiting the theatre, I've often realised that a lot of people are unaware of the facilities that are available for people with access needs. This is my own (tiny) attempt at increasing that awareness:

London's theatre history... there's a lot of it. I found out what you can still see of it today, and tried to explain some of the most important bits in the process. In about 700 words. You can see how successfull exactly I was at: