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EP Review: Daydream’s Past // Sourface

As Daydream’s Past suggests, Sourface are a band looking retrospectively – but their music is far from outdated. The band are influenced by many genres, from indie and jazz, to bossa nova – a style of samba music originating in Brazil in the 50s and 60s. With their nostalgia-soaked tracks, Sourface are about as eccentric and brilliant […]Read More

Interview: BERRIES

Talking to the girls from BERRIES, we realised early on that we are all pretty new to this. The three piece, riff-driven garage rock group made up of Holly, Lauren and Lucie have only been signed to London-based label Xtra Mile Recordings in November, but can already feel things changing for them. “It’s all happening […]Read More

Theatre Review: Kinky Boots // Adelphi Theatre

After such a depressing year, it was only a matter of time before the lockdown-born YouTube channel The Shows Must Go On! aired a recording of this feel-good classic. Originally a 2005 film starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kinky Boots became a musical in 2013 with book by Harvey Fierstein and music and lyrics by Cyndi Lauper.  […]Read More

Come From Away to return in 2021

David Hein and Irene Sankoff’s Come From Away is returning to the West End for 2021.  The musical, celebrating its second anniversary, will come to the Phoenix Theatre, London with a limited concert version of the show.  Come From Away will run in the West End from the 10th February until the 27th, including a […]Read More

What Can Britain Learn From Theatres in South Korea?

As another lockdown means that we have to stay inside, waiting for the Coronavirus infection rate to drop, so too must theatre fans resign themselves to be away from the beloved auditoriums for a little longer. It’s a sad fact, especially since we were so close to new productions. The National Theatre was set to […]Read More