Claron McFadden and Alexander Melnikov at Wigmore Hall, review: An exhilarating and unorthodox show | The Independent

On comes Russian pianist Alexander Melnikov, looking questioning and quizzical; on saunters American soprano Claron McFadden with the rolling gait of a sailor, and shoos him back offstage. Now in Source: Claron McFadden and Alexander Melnikov at Wigmore Hall, review: An exhilarating and unorthodox show | The Independent

An orgy of throbbing tails: is Cats the kinkiest film to earn a U certificate? | Film | The Guardian

Tom Hooper’s adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical is festive fun for all the family, according to the cinema ratings boards. So why are early audiences averting their eyes? Source: An orgy of throbbing tails: is Cats the kinkiest film to earn a U certificate? | Film | The Guardian

LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER Will Embark on UK Tour

TV regular Rupert Hill (Casualty, BBC; Coronation Street, ITV) will star alongside Phoebe Marshall (Witness for the Prosecution, London County Hall) in a sensual new stage adaptation of D.H. Lawrence's controversial masterpiece, Lady Chatterley's Lover, directed by Ciaran McConville (The Snow Queen, The Creature [Frankenstein Retold], Rose Theatre Kingston) as part of a UK tour. … Continue reading LADY CHATTERLEY’S LOVER Will Embark on UK Tour

Beguilingly theatrical: ‘Blithe Spirit’ at the Rogue | Theatre review

Playfully charming, hauntingly erotic, mercurially witty, beguilingly theatrical, Holly Griffith's wonderful performance as Elvira highlights Rogue Theatre's graceful production of "Blithe Spirit," Noel Coward's comic masterpiece, which opened here last weekend. Source: Beguilingly theatrical: 'Blithe Spirit' at the Rogue | Theatre review

Exploding myths about beauty, sex and femininity – at Chichester Festival Theatre | Bognor Regis Observer

Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards are promising a riotous, surreal odyssey through the challenges of growing older, exploding myths about beauty, sex and femininity as they head towards Chichester Festival Theatre’s Spiegeltent with Enter the Dragons (November 11-12, 7pm, age 14+). Source: Exploding myths about beauty, sex and femininity - at Chichester Festival Theatre | … Continue reading Exploding myths about beauty, sex and femininity – at Chichester Festival Theatre | Bognor Regis Observer