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‘Tell Me On A Sunday’ and ‘Putting It Together’ at St James Theatre in January 2014

News reaches us of a couple of fantastic musical theatre productions that will be held on our doorstep – at St James Theatre in Victoria – early next year. First up, Tell Me On A Sunday is on from 7th to 12th January 2014 starring Marti Webb, one of this country’s most popular musical stars […]

Review: The Evacuee at The Chelsea Theatre

Right on Halloween, I had the pleasure – or fright? – of watching the World War II ghost story The Evacuee at Chelsea Theatre. And what a spooky little play this is! As we mentioned in our preview (The Evacuee at The Chelsea Theatre this autumn), the plot revolves around Janet, a young girl that’s […]

The Evacuee at The Chelsea Theatre this autumn

A World War II ghost story arrives on our doorstep later this month! Produced by the Quint-Essential Theatre Company, The Evacuee will run at the Chelsea Theatre on King’s Road from 29th October through to the 17th November 2013. The play is set in the autumn of 1940, telling the tale of a girl who is […]

Join the SPID Theatre Company and take part in Kensal Voices!

Young local residents may be very interested to hear about an exciting local community project that’s calling for participants to take part in taster sessions next week! Kensal Voices will see 20 young participants based in and around Kensal House take part in an exciting multimedia project that will focus on the heritage of this […]

Alice in Wonderland Bikeminded Tours in Kensington and Chelsea

Concluding their summer series of cycling tours in the Kensington & Chelsea area this summer, July will see Bikeminded put on a set of unusual Alice in Wonderland-themed tours that will guide participants through the parks and hidden corners of the borough, all the while indulging in the fantasy world of Alice herself. Alice in Wonderland […]

The PapaTango Playwriting Festival 2011, 29th Nov to 23rd Dec

This year’s PapaTango Playwriting Festival, in association with the multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre in Earl’s Court, is to host the world premieres of four plays – Foxfinder by Dawn King; Through The Night by Matt Morrison; Rigor Mortis by Carol Vine; and Crush by Rob Young. Foxfinder was the winning play in the 2011 PapaTango Playwriting Competition and will be performed as […]