There are a pair of tickets to be won for Jersey Boys at Picaddilly Theatre. The Tickets will be […]
This is a guest post in conjunction with Lux Guestlist.
London is one of the most culturally vibrant cities in the world including art, museums, festivals, music, among many other things.
London’s Theatreland isn’t short of celebrity hangouts or private members clubs. Along with The Ivy, The Groucho Club and Soho House there is also a plethora of night spots further west in uber-trendy (and uber-expensive) Mayfair, where you might bump into the likes of Prince Harry, Rihanna, or if you’re really unlucky, Girls Aloud.
But why waste your hard earned cash when there are more authentic places to chat theatre over a G&T or toast Oscar Wilde with a Guinness? Places where you will find the producers and actors, the stage hands and orchestra….
One of our favourite offbeat commentaries on London Theatreland is Kayleigh Llewellyn’s insider and alternative perspective at My So Called Life In A Box. Documenting her interactions and overheard conversations with the public, during her job at a West-End ticket selling booth, the blog is both insightful and hilarious. Though it consists of ‘found material’ and real-life incidents, Kayleigh self identifies as a “writer, improviser, feminist” and her nuanced sarcasm and astute observation never fails to have us in stitches. Without further ado, here are five of our top recent moments (click on titles for full posts):
Like pubs, the Royal Family and cheese rolling, Kenneth Branagh is one of Britain’s greatest phenomena. Hollywood loves him, and so have a succession of incredibly talented and high-flying British women.
So, what is it about our Ken that attracts the likes of Emma Thompson and Dame Judi Dench to love and
Beautiful is the story of hit-writing songstress Carole King – the ordinary girl behind the iconic songs. At Sunday […]
With just over 48 hours to go until the 2015 Olivier Awards, we meet the amazing woman who keeps Awards Day running like clockwork. From Kids Week to West End Live, Emma De Souza truly is the West End’s Wonder Woman.
Hi Emma. Thanks for meeting us at such a busy time. Tell us all about your role in the Olivier Awards!
My title is Producer of Red Carpet and Media – in a nutshell that means