Tag Archives: theatre

SHOUT for Birmingham

Since 2009, the SHOUT festival of queer arts has aimed to provide a safe space for expression and celebration for the    ... more

Pirate queen

Grace O’Malley is believed to have been born in or around 1530 and was the daughter of a Gaelic chieftain and    ... more

Grec Festival de Barcelona

For the last forty years, the Greek Festival of Barcelona has celebrated the traditional and historic art form in the heart    ... more

A musical reborn

‘The Sound of Music’ has seemed to enchant the hearts and imaginations of millions for more than 50 years, therefore, its    ... more

Recovery with art

The veteran project named ‘Theatre of War’ has recently been set up alongside Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs as a rehabilitation    ... more

With walls of stone and a heart of art

This week marks the 65th anniversary for the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, one of Europe's five most distinguished cultural festivals. It is    ... more

A moment of ‘Privacy’

This April has seen the opening of a brand new play in London, one which brings along an entirely new variation    ... more

A city coloured with culture

Driving along Australia’s iconic Great Ocean Road has become a permanent feature on the ‘Bucket List’ of many a traveller that    ... more

Theatre launches Crowd-funding Campaign to stay open this winter

With the sunshine just around the corner it is perhaps tough to remember the difficulties of the winter months, but Hackney-based    ... more