Entering the for a performance of the Toxic Avenger we were struck by how much it reminded us of Urine Town. The grubby sewer set, the smell, the decay. It all added to the feeling that this was a toxic place to be….. Based on Lloyd Kaufman’s 1984 American superhero comedy horror film, this is the musical The… More The Toxic Avenger
Treasure Hunts In London offer an unusual way to discover some of London’s top visitor attractions. Become the hero of your own adventure as you search for priceless artifacts and seek answers to clues under the watchful gaze of old masters. Or take a trip outside and discover history on your doorstep. Venture along streets and… More Giving history fans a new way to explore top museums and galleries.
The over 55 age group is the fastest-growing sector on Facebook. And they love playing computer games. Four out of ten women over 55 told a survey by YouGov for Lady Geek that they were gamers. Men over 55 are more likely to enjoy fast-paced action titles. The problem older gamers face is reaction times. Games… More Playing computer games
Knowing what present to buy your loved one can be tough. But do you really want to give them a farm’s worth of livestock and a party load of people? Pity the poor recipient in The Twelve Days of Christmas. This traditional English Christmas carol, first published in England in 1780, tells the story of… More Wondering what to give your true love this Christmas?
Why should we remember the fifth of November? The rhyme which starts “Remember, remember the fifth of November Gunpowder, treason and plot…….” has a variety of endings. All entreat us to remember when there was a failed attempt to blow up parliament. The fifth of November The date is a celebration, going all the way back to the… More Remember, remember the fifth of November…………..
Marley was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The question was – how did he die and who killed him? This drama begins as a murder mystery in Victorian London. It offers a glimpse into the backstories to the characters described in Charles Dickens works. Dickens created around 989 named characters and many of… More Marley was dead: to begin with….