Lauren Franceschini

Art Night: London to receive their own “nuit blanche”

Mark your calendars for 6pm the night of July 2nd and get ready to watch London transform into a stage for a series of large-scale art installations and performances for one night only. Inspired by the “nuit blanches” (sleepless nights) popular in Paris, Art Night is set to become London’s newest annual contemporary arts festival. […]

 Hyunsu Yim

Calling all young performers – Oliver! auditions now open

LHK Youth Theatre is looking for young performers aged 7 to 18 to participate in the auditions for Oliver! the musical, which will be held at the Epstein Theatre in Liverpool on Sunday, 6th March at noon.   LHK Youth Theatre has announced they are in search of young talents for their production of the famous English […]

 Hyunsu Yim

SMASHfestUK is back in Deptford for second time running

SMASHfestUK is back in Deptford for second time running

SmashfestUK, a free STEM/Arts festival based in South East London exploring STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) through the arts and design, is back for the second time this year. Featuring comedy shows, music, film,experiments and theatre, this year’s festival will be taking place from 18th to 20th February at the Albany, Deptford, South London with interesting […]

 Kalli Damschen

Bring Your World to the Stage with Playwriting Contests

Bring Your World to the Stage with Playwriting Contests

With the start of the new year approaching, there are many upcoming opportunities for new, young writers who want to hone their craft, connect with other playwrights and producers, or see their work performed on the stage. If you’ve been itching to write a play—or have already written one and are looking for a way […]

 Kalli Damschen

Nature Comes Alive Onstage in Lion King

Nature Comes Alive Onstage in Lion King

For many, the Lion King is one of the highlights of the Disney Renaissance. Released in June 1994, the Disney classic about a young lion’s journey to accepting his place as the rightful king is the fourth highest-grossing animated film of all time. The film was first adapted for the stage in the United States, […]

 Leah Byron

Artist Alert! Marta “Lepomiere”

Marta is a Spanish artist and at the ripe age of 20, she has made a name for herself through her Instagram and Tumblr. She became popular quickly, and even sells her work by doing commissions all across the world. She mostly draws people in a realistic way, practicing several different forms of both physical […]

 Leah Byron

“Wicked” Wednesday! A Review

My “Wicked” experience was unsurprisingly cliché. As much as I tried not to exessively listen to the soundtrack before going to the show, it was excruciatingly difficult to restrain myself and I gave in. “Wicked” the musical is what I would consider the “Frozen” of musical theatre. Of course, the parallels are uncanny between the […]

 Leah Byron

A Review of “The Book of Mormon”

A Review of “The Book of Mormon”

Unconventionally, I went with my family to see the Book of Mormon. Granted we’re all eighteen or over, this seemed at least somewhat appropriate. Going in, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. I have heard about the musical both from friends and the internet, but I didn’t know exactly how I felt seeing it […]

 Leah Byron

Matilda: Summary and Review

Matilda: Summary and Review

I was fortunate enough to see Matilda during my time here in London. My group consists of about twenty women and ten men, plus my supervisor and his wife. I’ll be honest, as a group of 30 college students, we stuck out amongst the youngsters of the crowd. We gathered at the Cambridge Theatre and […]

 Leah Byron

Imperial Steps Presents: Step Star Dance Battle

The Imperial Steps and Paddington Arts are presenting a Step Star Dance Battle on Saturday, March 21. This event and social jam will bring people together in a unique way. There will be DJs playing music all night long, including guests DJ Credit One and DJ Skeg playing hip-hop, soul, funk and more! There will […]

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