Author: Alastair Michael
“Leading a thriving arts organisation is always busy.”Read the full story..
In the 1960s, Lisa Prescott was kidnapped and held for more than four days in an East Ham flat by gangsters Ronnie and Reggie Kray. She was kept there as a sex slave for an escaped murderer, Frank ‘The Mad Axeman’ Mitchell.Read the full story..
With the rapid rise of the surveillance state, our privacy is increasingly violated and our personal information exposed to a wider world. Or so the political jumping-off point for Theatre Ad Infinitum’s latest touring production, Light, would have us believe.Read the full story..
David Thacker cut his theatrical canines in the capital.Read the full story..
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