Chelsea Theatre: Stacy Makishi’s Vesper Time

The latest SACRED season has kicked off at Chelsea Theatre and on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th, this King’s Road theatre sees the return of Stacy Makishi with her world premiere of VesperTime. What strikes me about VesperTime is the influences of…

Best Before End at the Chelsea Theatre

To mark World Theatre Day yesterday I went to see Best Before End at the Chelsea Theatre, which I found to be both mesmerising and full of quirky surprises. Best Before End is the London première of Curious theatre company’s latest…

Don’t Miss in April 2013!

How quickly did March whizz by? Not to mention the Easter break. If you’re looking for some April ‘don’t miss’ tips. Here are my suggestions: 1. Just because Easter is over, it doesn’t mean you have to stop your chocolate…

SACRED at Chelsea Theatre: Jeremy Reed’s Piccadilly Bongo

SACRED is back for another season at the Chelsea Theatre and on Monday night I went along to experience Jeremy Reed’s poetry reading. But this was not just one man in a performance space reciting his poetry, which incidentally has been championed…

Marc Almond Guests at Chelsea Theatre

The last night of Chelsea Theatre’s SACRED season presented the electric performance duo Othon & Tomasini along with supporting act Laura Moody and a guest appearance by Marc Almond. As Laura Moody began the night with her cello, her experimental…

SACRED at Chelsea Theatre

Last week I visited Chelsea Theatre for the second night of its SACRED season. And as I arrived at the World’s End location, I had plainly forgotten the cardinal rule of this venue: banish all sense of expectation because yet…

SACRED at Chelsea Theatre

SACRED is returning to Chelsea Theatre on 24th November until 28th November and this season is called ‘Keeping the Faith’. The programme is full of variety and includes performances, film screenings as well as a symposium. There will also be…

Tea Dance at the World’s End

It was such a fantastic sight to see the World’s End come to life yesterday with its Tea Dance, which was part of Chelsea Theatre‘s Sacred InTransit programme. People had travelled across London, locals stopped to join in and I…

The King’s Road becomes a theatrical venue!

Yesterday I met up with Francis Alexander, the Artistic Director of The Chelsea Theatre, to discuss the InTRANSIT festival that is being run in conjunction with the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. The festival runs throughout July, within the Royal Borough.…


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