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Invisible tipped

If you fancy seeing some theatre, we have suggestions for you, including a tip for ‘Invisible’, on at The Bush from 27 Jun. Read about that and other recommended cultural events in our Three To See and Stream here.

The Committee tipped

We tipped plenty of theatre this week, and one of the recommended shows is ‘The Committee’, which is on at Drayton Arms Theatre from 26-27 Jun. Read more about that and other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream here.

Siblings tipped

Many previews at the moment, and we’ve got our eye on Siblings, who perform at London’s Pleasance Theatre this week, ahead of a run at the #edfringe branch this summer. Read about that and other London events in our Three To See and Stream here.

Clean Break Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Sophie Dillon Moniram and Renu Brindle about ‘Favour’ from Clean Break, which opens at the Bush Theatre on Friday. Read the Q&A here.

Flamenco Festival tipped

We’re rather excited about the Flamenco Festival at Sadler’s Wells, which starts today. Read about that, and other tipped festival events in our Three To See and Stream here.

Unfortunate tipped

Past edfringe success ‘Unfortunate: The Untold Story Of Ursula The Sea Witch’ begins a run at London’s Underbelly Festival shortly, ahead of a return to Edinburgh this summer. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Alice Brine Q&A

It’s getting closer to the start of edfringe with every passing day, which is why we’ve been talking to acts who will be performing there this summer. This week the focus is on Alice Brine, who makes her Edinburgh debut this year. Read the Q&A here.   

Emma Burnell Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Emma Burnell about her new play ‘Triggered’, which begins a run at the Lion & Unicorn theatre on Monday. Read the Q&A here.

Festival Of Korean Dance tipped

The Festival Of Korean Dance at The Place starts tomorrow – read more about that, and lots of other fab cultural events, in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Ali Woods tipped

Comedian Ali Woods, who is doing a full run at #edfringe later this summer, is doing a preview of the show at London’s Underbelly Festival on 17 Jun. Read about that and other London and online cultural events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Livia Kojo Alour Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Livia Kojo Alour – sword swallower, burlesque artist, poet and more – about her upcoming 2022 edfringe show ‘Black Sheep’, which she will be performing at the Assembly Rooms during August. Read the Q&A here.

Showwomen tipped

You’ve got a couple of days to sort out your tickets for ‘Showwomen’, from Marisa Carnesky, which is on at Jacksons Lane from 16-18 Jun. Read about that and other recommended shows in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Ten Days In A Madhouse tipped

We have lots of theatre tips for you this week, including a recommendation for ‘Ten Days In A Madhouse’ which opens at Jack Studio Theatre tomorrow. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream here.

Letters To My Dead Mother tipped

We recommended lots of theatre in our tips this week, including ‘Letters To My Dead Mother’, which is on at The Hope Theatre from 12-13 Jun. Read about that and other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream here.

Henry Maynard Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Henry Maynard from the award winning Flabbergast Theatre about the company’s 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show ‘The Tragedy Of Macbeth’. Read the Q&A here.

Cath Mattos Q&A

Caro recently had a chat with Cath Mattos, producer of the Wandsworth Arts Fringe, which kicks off on Friday and continues on until 26 Jun. Read the Q&A here.

Jenny Bede tipped


Jenny Bede performs her latest show ‘The First Pregnant Woman In The World’ at Underbelly Festival this week, ahead of a run at #edfringe this summer. To read about that and other events on in London this week, see our Three To See and stream tips here.

Heartburn tipped

We have festival show recommendations for you this week, including a tip for ‘Heartburn’, on from 10-11 Jun as part of Calm Down Dear at Camden People’s Theatre. Read about that and other events in our Three To See and Stream here.

Anastasia Bunce Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Anastasia Bunce from Patch Plays, director of ‘Blood On Your Hands’, which is on at The Cockpit Theatre from 9-10 Jun. Read the Q&A here.

Seven And A Half Years tipped

Mark Glentworth’s one man musical ‘Seven And A Half Years’ has a short run at the Jack Studio Theatre this week, ahead of a return to #edfringe later this summer. Read about that and other London events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Foundations tipped

One of our London theatre tips this week is Wrong Tree Theatre’s ‘Foundations’ at New Wimbledon Theatre, which heads up to Scotland later this summer for a run at #edfringe. Read about that – and other culture in London and online – in our Three To See and Stream here.

夢中人Dreamers tipped

If you’re looking for some theatre recommendations, we have plenty this week, including one for ‘夢中人Dreamers’ at Omnibus Theatre, which starts on Monday. Read about that and other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Nico Rao Pimparé Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Nico Rao Pimparé, director of ‘Rainer’, which begins its run at Arcola Theatre’s outside space today. Read the Q&A here.

No Particular Order tipped

We have lots of theatre tips for you this week, including one for ‘No Particular Order’, which opens today at Theatre503. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

I Love You But F*ck Off tipped

We’ve been talking about The Calm Down Dear festival at Camden People’s Theatre again this week, with a tip for ‘I Love You, But F*ck Off’, which is on tomorrow. Read about that and other events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Tom Ward Q&A

Caro had her first #edfringe chat of the year last week, when she spoke to comedian Tom Ward about his Festival run at Edinburgh’s Monkey Barrel Comedy. Read the Q&A here.

London Comedy Allstars tipped

Lots of TW favourites are set to appear at Underbelly Festival’s ‘London Comedy Allstars’ over the summer – every Friday until 29 Jul – and many acts will be at edfringe in August. Read about that and other London stuff in our Three To See and Stream here.

Geoff Norcott Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Geoff Norcott, who is performing at the New Wimbledon Theatre  this weekend. Read the Q&A here.

Nathan Caton tipped

If you’re looking for comedy to take in during the days ahead, we have tips for you, including one for Nathan Caton, who starts a run at Soho Theatre today. Read more about his show, and other cultural events, in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

A Thousand Paper Cuts Still Skin Deep tipped

We have lots of theatre recommendations for you this week, including one for ‘A Thousand Paper Cuts Still Skin Deep’, which begins a run at Barons Court Theatre today. Read about that and other events in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Max Velocity Takes Up Space tipped

The Calm Down Dear festival starts at Camden People’s Theatre this week, and we’ve tipped some shows from it, including Carla Keen’s ‘Max Velocity Takes Up Space’, which is on tomorrow. Read about that and other culture in our Three To See and Stream here.

Venus & Adonis tipped

A double bill of baroque opera from HGO – featuring ‘Venus and Adonis’ and ‘Dido and Aeneas’ – begins its run at The Cockpit today. Read about that and other great cultural events in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Potatohead tipped

We have lots of recommendations for fun shows this week, including one for  the intriguing ‘Potatohead’, on at Camden People’s Theatre from 20-21 May. To read more about that and other great cultural events, see our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Fraser Grace Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Fraser Grace, writer of ‘Bliss’, which is staged by the Cambridge-based Menagerie Theatre Company and opens at London’s Finborough Theatre today. Read the Q&A here.

Kaleya Baxe Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Kaleya Baxe, director of the acclaimed ‘Patricia Gets Ready (for a date with the man who used to hit her) by Martha Watson Allpress, which is on at Brixton Theatre from 17-22 May. Read the Q&A here

Love Child tipped

If a “high octane farce” sounds like something you’d like to see, may we suggest ‘Love Child’, which began a run at the Drayton Arms Theatre earlier this week? Read about that, and other tipped culture, in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

The Misfortune Of The English tipped

One of the digital shows we’ve recommended this week is ‘The Misfortune Of The English’, streaming on 12 May, during its in person run at Orange Tree Theatre. Read about that and other online culture in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Joseph Connolly and Gabriella Padula Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Joseph Connelly and Gabriella Padula from FenCity Players about ‘Muck’, which is on as part of the Come What May Festival at the Park Theatre from 12-14 May. Read the Q&A here.

But What If You Die tipped

‘But What If You Die’ by Adam Lenson begins its run at Camden People’s Theatre today. Read about that, and other recommended cultural events in London this week, in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Jarman tipped

We have lots of theatre tips for you this week, including one for Mark Farelly’s ‘Jarman’, on at Jack Studio from 10-14 May. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Resolution Festival tipped

The excellent Resolution Festival begins at The Place this weekend, and continues on until 10 Jun. Read more about that – and other Festival events – in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

The Ministry Of Lesbian Affairs tipped

Iman Qureshi’s ‘The Ministry Of Lesbian Affairs’, which we talked about in this week’s Three To See and Stream recommendations, begins its run at Soho Theatre today. Read more about that and other cultural events here.

Stella Powell-Jones Q&A

Caro recently spoke to director Stella Powell-Jones about staging Sarah Ruhl’s adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s ‘Orlando’,  on at Jermyn Street Theatre until 28 May. Read the Q&A here.

Untitled Sparkly Vampire Play tipped

We’re rather looking forward to ‘Untitled Sparkly Vampire Play’, which begins a run at Omnibus Theatre today. Read about that and other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Joshua (And Me) tipped

We’ve recommended lots of theatre in our Three To See and Stream tips this week, including ‘Joshua (And Me)’ by Rachel Hammond, on at Pleasance Theatre from 3-7 May. Read about that – and other great shows we’re looking forward to – here.

Come What May festival tipped

We’re looking forward to the line-up of shows happening at the Come What May Festival at Park Theatre, which kicks off on 2 May. Read more about that, and another festival we are excited about – Peckham Fringe at Theatre Peckham – in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Shewolves tipped

We recommended plenty of theatrical shows this week, including ‘Shewolves’, which is on at Poplar Union on 1 May. To read about that and other cultural stuff, see our Three To See and Stream tips here.

An Evening With The Good Enough Mums Club tipped

We have lots of tips for fun and funny shows for you this week, including one for ‘An Evening With The Good Enough Mums Club’ at  Pleasance Theatre on 30 Apr. Read about that and other entertainment in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

The Emperor’s New Clothes tipped

We’ve recommended several children’s shows in our Three To See and Stream tips this week, including Hiccup Theatre’s ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’ at Polka Theatre. Read about that and other cultural stuff here.

Jack Condon Q&A

Caro recently chatted to Jack Condon from Jawbones Theatre, writer of (and performer in) ‘If. Destroyed. Still. True’, which opens at The Hope Theatre tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Philip Hagemann Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Philip Hagemann, whose opera ‘The Aspern Papers’ is staged by Pegasus Opera at the Susie Sainsbury Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music from 22-24 Apr. Read the Q&A here.

Housemates Festival tipped

We’re rather looking forward to the multi-genre Housemates Festival taking place at Brixton House  from 21 Apr. Read more about that, and lots of other cultural events, in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Comedy Panels: Kaiya Milan from The Floor

We’re looking forward to chatting to Kaiya Milan from The Floor about livestreaming – this coming Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound and Vision Cambridge. Get your tickets and find out about the NextUp Comedy livestream here.

Comedy Panel: Flick Morris

We’re looking forward to chatting to PR expert Flick Morris about the future of the Edinburgh Fringe – on Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Get tickets and find out about the NextUp Comedy livestream here.

Comedy Panel: John Harris from Acast

We’re looking forward to chatting to John Harris from Acast about making comedy online – on Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate or tune in to a NextUp Comedy livestream – info here.

Comedy Panel: Gaby Jerrard

We’re looking forward to chatting to PR expert Gaby Jerrard PR about pursuing a comedy career in 2022 – this coming Friday, 22 Apr, as part of our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Get tickets and find out about the NextUp Comedy livestream here.

Comedy Panels: Jason Wolfe from NextUp Comedy

We’re looking forward to chatting to Jason Wolfe from NextUp about comedy and livestreaming – this coming Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Get tickets or find out about the NextUp Comedy livestream here.

Comedy Panels: Lee Griffiths from Soho Theatre

We’re looking forward to chatting to Lee Griffiths from Soho Theatre about the future of the Edinburgh Fringe – on Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Get tickets or find out about the NextUp Comedy livestream here.

Comedy Panels: Kate Smurthwaite

We’re looking forward to chatting to Kate Smurthwaite about the future of the Edinburgh Fringe – on Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate or tune in to a NextUp Comedy livestream – more info.

Comedy Panels: Lola Oyewole from TikTok

We’re looking forward to chatting to Lola Oyewole from TikTok about making comedy online – on Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate or tune in to a NextUp Comedy livestream – more info.

Comedy Panels: Hils Jago from Amused Moose

We’re looking forward to chatting to Hils Jago from Amused Moose about comedy careers in 2022 – on Friday, 22 Apr, at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate or tune in to a NextUp Comedy livestream – more info.

Comedy Panels: Pete Heat

We’re looking forward to chatting to Pete Heat about livestreaming – on Friday 22 Apr at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate of £20 or tune in to the NextUp Comedy livestream – more info.

Comedy Panels: Robyn Perkins

We’re looking forward to chatting to Robyn Perkins about comedy and livestreaming – on Friday 22 Apr at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate of £20 or tune in to the NextUp Comedy livestream – info here.

Comedy Panels: Jay Foreman

We’re looking forward to chatting to Jay Foreman about making comedy online – on Friday 22 Apr at our comedy panels at Sound + Vision Cambridge. Attend all the panels at a special TW rate of £20 or tune in to the NextUp Comedy livestream – info here.

Margo & Mr Whatsit tipped

It’s the holidays, so we have children’s show suggestions, including a tip for Paddleboat Theatre Company’s ‘Margo & Mr Whatsit’ at Greenwich Theatre. Read about that and other kid stuff in our Three To See and Stream tips right here

Tudo Bem, Todo Bien tipped

If you’re looking for some at-home culture, ‘Tudo Bem, Todo Bien’, being staged at The Space until Saturday, is set to be livestreamed this evening. Read about that and other  entertainment options in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Why I Am An Avocado tipped

If you’re looking for theatre to see this week, we have ideas, including a tip for ‘Why I Am An Avocado’ by Elephant In The Closet, on today and tomorrow at King’s Head Theatre. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Kristin Mcilquham Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Kristin Mcilquham, writer and performer of ‘Headcase’, which opens today at Bush Theatre. Read the Q&A here.

Bethany Antonia Q&A

Last week Caro spoke to Bethany Antonia, who stars in ‘Lava’ from award-winning playwright James Fritz, which began a run at Soho Theatre earlier this week, produced by new writing specialists Fifth Word. Read the Q&A here.

The Bone Sparrow Tipped

It’s the Easter holidays and we have lots of theatre tips, including one for ‘The Bone Sparrow’ at Theatre Peckham, which will be great for teens and adults. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Jenny Bede Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Jenny Bede, who performs her highly acclaimed show ‘Jenny Bede: The Musical’ at Soho Theatre from 7-9 Apr. Read the Q&A here.

Say Yes To Tess tipped

We’re looking forward to ‘Yes To Tess’, a funny new musical that opens at Camden People’s Theatre this week. Read about that and other great cultural events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Comedy Panels

Later this month we’re going to be at the Cambridge Sound and Vision conference and festival to host four panels all about the business of comedy in 2022 – with a stack of brilliant creators, performers and comedy industry people joining us on stage. Get the info and get your tickets here.

Andrew Mapperley and Elisabetha Gruener Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Andrew Mapperley and Elisabetha Gruener from new producing company Insecta about ‘Mouthful of Fingers’, which begins its run at Bread & Roses Theatre tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Debra Baker Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Debra Baker, who stars in ‘SAD’ at the Omnibus Theatre from 5 Apr. Read the Q&A here.

The Smartest Giant In Town tipped

If you’re looking for something to entertain small people this weekend, you might want to consider ‘The Smartest Giant In Town’ at ArtsDepot. Read about that and lots of other great cultural events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Telethon tipped

We have plenty of theatre recommendations for you this week, including one for ‘Telethon’, which opens today at Shoreditch Town Hall. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Tangle tipped

We’re intrigued by the sound of ‘Tangle’ by Francesca Mari, a contemporary circus performance that’s on at Jacksons Lane on Thursday. Read about that and other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Playing Latinx tipped

We’re looking forward to ‘Playing Latinx’, a spoken word/stand up/music show by Guido Garcia Lueches that begins a run at Camden People’s Theatre tomorrow. Read about that and other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Black Love tipped

We’re happy to see that acclaimed musical ‘Black Love’ opens at the Kiln Theatre shortly. Read about that and lots of other cultural events in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Arabs Are Not Funny tipped

We tipped a fair amount of comedy shows this week, including ‘Arabs Are Not Funny’ at Canada Water Theatre. Read about that and other funny stuff in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Benny Ainsworth, Sally Paffett and Michael Parker Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Benny Ainsworth, Sally Paffett and Michael Parker of Triptych Theatre about ‘Vermin’, which previews this week at the Etcetera Theatre, ahead of a run at the Brighton Fringe in May. Read the Q&A here.

Human Nurture tipped

We have plenty of theatre tips for you this week, including one for ‘Human Nurture’ at Soho Theatre, which begins its run today. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

I Miss Amy Winehouse tipped

We have lots of funny shows to tell you about this week, including Suchandrika Chakrabarti’s ‘I Miss Amy Winehouse’, which opens at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre tomorrow. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Bruce Alexander and Sam Alexander Q&A

Caro recently spoke to ‘The Red’ stars Bruce Alexander and Sam Alexander, ahead of the play’s online release via Original Theatre this week. Read the Q&A here.

Peter Hudler tipped

Cellist Peter Hudler – a winner of one of our ThreeWeeks Editors’ Awards – is set to perform at Crazy Coqs this weekend. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

He’s Dead tipped

As ever, we’ve recommended lots of interesting London-based cultural events in our Three To See recommendations this week, including ‘He’s Dead’ at Battersea Arts Centre. Read about that and other shows right here.

Matt Steinberg and Billie Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Matt Steinberg and Billie from Outside Edge about their upcoming performances of ‘Barefaced’ at Chelsea Theatre. Read the Q&A here.

Jonathon Crewe and Wan Yuan Teo Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Jonathon Crewe and Wan Yuan Teo about ‘Under The Radar’, which begins a run at the Old Red Lion Theatre tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Little Wimmin tipped

We recommended lots of theatre this week, including ‘Little Wimmin’ by Figs In Wigs, on as part of Women Of The World at Southbank Centre this weekend. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream tips right here.

Jasmine Morris Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Jasmine Morris, composer for Wildcard’s Shakespearean gig-theatre adaptation ‘Tempest’, which opens at the Pleasance Theatre tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Julene Robinson Q&A

Caro recently had a chat with Julene Robinson, writer and star of ‘The Night Woman’, which is on from 11-13 Mar at The Other Palace. Read the Q&A here.

05Fest tipped

We have a number of Festival tips for you in our Three To See and Stream recommendations this week, including one for Inua Ellams’ 05Fest from 10 Mar at The Albany. Read about that and lots of other top cultural events here.

Ruby Glaskin Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Ruby Glaskin, producer of Pro Helvetia’s Swiss Selection Live, a showcase of work by Swiss Artists taking place at Brixton House this week. Read the Q&A here.

Nordic Exposure tipped

Nordic Exposure – a promising season of circus, theatre and family shows drawn from Nordic countries – begins at Jacksons Lane this weekend. Read more about that, and other cultural events, in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Future Of Fringe

Did we mention that we have teamed up with the Sound + Vision festival and conference in Cambridge to present a series of panels this April about the business of comedy, including a session on the future of the Edinburgh Fringe? Get the lowdown and info on tickets here.

Sessions tipped

We’ve got a few recommendations for you this week for stuff you can see online, including one for ‘Sessions’, on as part of Soho Theatre’s On Demand Film Festival. Read about that and other digital culture in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Comedy Livestreams

Don’t forget, we have teamed up with the Sound + Vision festival and conference in Cambridge to present a series of panels this April about the business of comedy, including a session on all things livestreaming – where do livestreams fit in to the comedy business long term? Get the lowdown and buy tickets here.

Digital Comedy

We’ve teamed up with the Sound + Vision festival and conference in Cambridge to present a series of panels this April about the business of comedy, including a session looking at how comedy people can find an audience and make money through online channels. Get the lowdown and info on tickets here.

Shaun Lowthian Q&A

Caro recently had a chat with Shaun Lowthian from award winning improv troupe Do Not Adjust Your Stage about their rather interestingly formatted show ‘The Wunderkammer’, which is on at Camden People’s Theatre from tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Comedy Careers

We are excited to be partnering with the Sound + Vision festival and conference in Cambridge this April to present a series of panels about the business of comedy, including a session on pursuing a career in comedy in 2022. Get the lowdown and info on tickets here.

Pravin Wilkins Q&A

This week Caro Spoke to Pravin Wilkins, writer of ‘Moreno’, the Theatre503 International Playwriting Award winning play opening at the venue today. Read the Q&A here.

Josephine tipped

If you’re looking for ways to entertain your small people this week, we have ideas for you, including a tip for ‘Josephine’ at Polka Theatre from 3-5 mar. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Work.Txt tipped

We recommended lots of theatre for you in our Three To See and Stream tips this week, including ‘Work.Txt’ at Soho Theatre. Read about that and other shows right about here.

Mugabe, My Dad & Me tipped

New theatre Brixton House (formerly Ovalhouse) opens this week, and the venue’s first show, ‘Mugabe, My Dad & Me’ by Tonderai Munyevu, opening today, appears in our Three To See and Stream tips this week. Read all about it here.

Phantoms tipped

A heads up for dance fans: this week we’re recommending ‘Phantoms – A Triple Bill’ from Mark Bruce Company at Wilton’s Music Hall. Read about that, and other fab cultural events in our Three To See and Stream tips right here.

The Gingerbread Man tipped

We have tips for you this week if you have children to entertain, including one for ‘The Gingerbread Man’ from Stuff And Nonsense at Polka Theatre. Read about that and other theatrical treats in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Zena Forster Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Zena Forster, writer of ‘After Birth’, which has a run at the Omnibus Theatre from tomorrow. Read the Q&A here.

Bernard Field Q&A

Caro recently spoke to Bernard Field, writer of ‘Shroud’, which opens at The Playground Theatre on Monday. Read the Q&A here.

The Ballad Of Maria Marten tipped

We’re rather excited about ‘The Ballad Of Maria Marten’, which opens today at Wilton’s Music Hall. Read about that and other recommended theatre in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Emily Aboud Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Emily Aboud, creator of theatre-cabaret ‘Splintered’, which opens at Soho Theatre this week. Read the Q&A here.

An Unfinished Man tipped

We tipped plenty of theatre shows this week, including ‘An Unfinished Man’, which begins a run at The Yard Theatre this weekend. Read about that and other recommended culture in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Starving Dingoes tipped

We have a couple of dance show tips for you this week, including one for ‘Starving Dingoes’, on at The Place this weekend. To read about that and other London-based and online entertainment, read our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Why So Syrian? tipped

We’re looking forward to ‘Why So Syrian’, one of our recommended shows this week, which is on at Soho Theatre 11-12 Feb. Read about that and other theatrical stuff in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Half Breed tipped

If you’re looking for culture to take in at home this week, we have tips for you, including one for ‘Half Breed’, on as part of Soho Theatre’s On Demand Film Festival. Read about that and other digital treats in our Three To See and Stream Recommendations here.

Crystal Skillman Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Crystal Skillman about her play ‘Rain And Zoe Save The World’, which opens at Jermyn Street Theatre this week.  Read the Q&A here.

Rosie Heafford Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Rosie Heafford from Second Hand Dance about ‘We Touch, We Play, We Dance’, a show for very young children that’s on tour this month, and calls in at London’s Southbank Centre and Chats Palace. Read the Q&A here.

An Evening Without Kate Bush tipped

Beloved cabaret star Sarah Louise Young begins a run of ‘An Evening Without Kate Bush’ at Soho Theatre soon. Read about that and other fab shows on this week in London in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Bad Clowns tipped

If you’re looking for something funny to see this week, we have a number of ideas to offer, and one of them is Bad Clowns’ ‘Invasion’ at Drayton Arms Theatre. Read about that and other in person and digital entertainment in our Three To See and Stream tips right here.

Riot Act tipped

Those of you in search of theatrical stuff to take in at home, consider ‘Riot Act’ from Alexis Gregory, available on demand via from today. Read about that and other digital and in-person culture in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

The Life Of Olu tipped

We have theatre tips for you this week, both in person and online, including one for ‘The Life Of Olu’ at Soho Theatre. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream recommendations here.

Comedy Club 4 Kids tipped

We recommended one or two children’s shows this week, including Comedy Club 4 Kids, taking place this weekend at ArtsDepot. Read about that and other in-person and online culture in our Three to See and Stream tips right here.

Lauren Mooney Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Lauren Mooney from Kandinsky about their latest show ‘The Winston Machine’, which opened earlier this week at New Diorama. Read the Q&A here.

Cell Outs tipped

If you’re after theatre to see in London this week, we have suggestions, including a tip for ‘Cell Outs’ from Glasshouse Theatre at Camden People’s Theatre from 27-29 Jan. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See recommendations here.

Barely Methodical Troupe tipped

We have London International Mime Festival tips for you this week, including one for ‘Kin’ from Barely Methodical Troupe at the Peacock Theatre. Read more about that and other shows in our Three To See recommendations here.

Forgotten Voices tipped

We have a few recommendations for culture you can access online this week, including one for ‘Forgotten Voices’ via, from 26-29 Jan. Read about that and other digital stuff in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

Woodland Tales tipped

If you’re looking for a show to take young people to this week, we have suggestions for you, including a recommendation for ‘Woodland Tales With Granddad’ at ArtsDepot on Sunday. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

The Wiz tipped

We have a trio of digital entertainment tips for you this week, including one for the upcoming streaming of ‘The Wiz’ from Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre. Read about that and other online culture in our Three To See recommendations here.

The Waves Q&A

Caro had a chat this week with Fin Kennedy and Erinn Dhesi about ‘The Waves’, a series of audio-dramas produced by Holy Mountain in association with Tamasha Theatre. Read the interview here.

Freud’s Last Session Q&A

This week Caro spoke to Julian Bird, who plays the title role in ‘Freud’s Last Session’ from Nearly There Productions, which begins its run at the King’s Head Theatre this week. Read the Q&A here.

UBU tipped

We have a few theatre recommendations for you this week, including one for ‘UBU’ from Splendid Productions, on at Greenwich Theatre tomorrow. Read about that and other shows in our Three To See and Stream tips here.

London Mime Festival tipped

We recommended three London-based festivals in our Three To See and Stream tips this week, including the London International Mime Festival. Read about all of them here.

Almost Adult tipped

‘Almost Adult’, written and performed by Charlotte Anne-Tilley, begins its run at The Space this week, and is featured in our Three To See and Stream recommendations this week. Read about that and other theatre shows right about here.

Notflix tipped

We have musical recommendations for you this week, including one for an upcoming show from Notflix at Greenwich Theatre on 15 Jan. To read about that and other cultural events, see our Three To See and Stream tips here.