Breakfast at Tiffany’s is one of those cult classics; a cult classic that crowned Audrey Hepburn as a superstar. The 1961 movie went on to earn her a Best Actress nomination at the Oscar’s, and has never lost its charm. Richard Greenberg’s stage adaptation is full of nostalgia, but doesn’t quite cut the New York mustard.
Popstar Pixie Lott takes the heralded role of Holly Golightly, and you can see the appeal – she too is beautiful, fresh-faced and full of energy. Her vocal talents too are put to good use, particularly during ‘Moon River’ – but a musical this is not.
As we follow socialite Holly’s elaborate and [...]
Jesus Christ Superstar has enjoyed a variety of revivals in recent years, with a national tour and a stadium version starring Melanie C, but it seems as if the divine light is shinning down on the Open Air Theatre’s production, crowning it the best so far.
Of course, the Regent’s Park venue always has that magical quality, particularly as the sun sets, but you can’t deny there’s magic in the air throughout this slick, inventive reimagining.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s score still packs a nostalgic punch over four decades after he first penned it, and Tim Rice’s witty and beautiful lyrics still resonate. Timothy Sheader’s production [...]
Petitions have been signed, questions have been asked in the House of Commons and the outcome of the National AIDS Trust’s judicial review is eagerly awaited. Now is a crucial time to apply more pressure, generate more public support and really push for access to PrEP.
ACT UP London and IWantPrepNow.co.uk are organising a peaceful demonstration to protest against the decisions made by NHS England and the lack of responsibility taken by the Department of Health.
The rally will take place on Thursday 7 July at 6.30pm outside the Department of Health (Richmond House, 79 Whitehall, London SW1A 2NS).
Visit the Facebook event page for more information.