Saint Joan – Donmar Warehouse, 14th January 2017

Nestled away in London’s Covent Garden you can find the Donmar Warehouse, one of my favourite theatrical venues in the city. The venue seats 251 and thus leads to an intense and wonderfully intimate experience as an audience member, but the thing I love most is the variety they have in their programme, having to […]

City of Angels, Donmar Warehouse, 20th December 2014

Oscar Wilde once said that: “Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.” In the case of the musical City of Angels though, I think it’s a little of both. Hollywood comes a callin’ for Stine, an author who dreams of adapting his novel for the big screen; a novel which features a dashing […]

My Night with Reg – Donmar Warehouse, 16th August 2014

My theatre going calendar is slowly starting to expand beyond musicals, and on Saturday night I saw a production that made me really grateful for that change: Kevin Elyot’s My Night with Reg at the Donmar Warehouse¸ in its first major revival since its premiere at the Royal Court and West End transfer. This production […]

Coriolanus- Donmar Warehouse, 21st December 2013

Coriolanus is probably one of Shakespeare’s lesser known plays, and this literary nerd’s favourite of his canon of work. It’s a play about power, politics and more importantly, the relationships we have and how they can shape our identity. It tells of a Rome in chaos from famine, with the citizens rioting in anger against […]