A Love Letter to Overtures Piano Bar

Beneath the City of Quebec (London’s oldest LGBTQ pub), near Marble Arch Station, there is an antidote to a long work week. There’s an almost tangible feeling of welcome as you walk down the steps to the underground musical theatre piano bar, aptly named Overtures. Michelle, or another member of the management team, greets you […]


Operation Mincemeat, New Diorama – Review

Operation Mincemeat, New Diorama – Review An eccentric, joyful celebration of musical theatre, Operation Mincemeat adds to the fine British tradition of clever people doing silly things in the name of entertainment.  The fact its poster image seems to borrow Monty Python stylings is surely no coincidence. Make no mistake, members of Spitlip, the musical […]


Gloria Onitiri talks about NAPOLI, BROOKLYN “It’s fast, drastic, fiery, joyful, explosive, poignant and uplifting!

Name: Gloria OnitiriName of show: Napoli, BrooklynVenue: Currently playing Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford then continuing to tour to Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne, Oxford Playhouse, followed by a limited 4-week run at Park Theatre LondonDates of run: Guildford 13-18 May, Eastbourne 27-31 May, Oxford 4-8 June, Park Theatre, London 13 June – 13 July. Can you tell […]

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Greece: 1η Πανελλήνια Συνάντηση Φορέων Πολιτιστικής Διαχείρισης, Ιωάννινα, 13 – 15 Απριλίου 2018

1η Πανελλήνια Συνάντηση Φορέων Πολιτιστικής Διαχείρισης Ιωάννινα, 13 – 15 Απριλίου 2018 Πρόγραμμα Παρασκευή 13 Απριλίου 2018 2 – 8 μμ: ​​Άφιξη συμμετεχόντων, εγγραφές, παραλαβή υλικού ​​Πολιτιστικός Χώρος «Δημ. Χατζής» 8:30 μμ: ​Καλωσόρισμα από τον Δήμαρχο Ιωαννιτών, τον Πρόεδρο του Πνευματικού Κέντρου και δεξίωση ​​Κέντρο «Αγνάντι» Συνεδρία 1η:​Σάββατο 14 Απριλίου 2018 Πολιτιστικός Χώρος «Δημ. Χατζής» […]

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Post-Catharsis, the distant fate of Tragedy, by Panayiotis Neufelt

Post-Catharsis is the mirroring of a purification process, the acceptance or the understanding of an action or a result which has previously occurred, but spontaneously it has been revealed within the subconscious mind of a person (subject-character), affecting his/hers behaviour now. It can be a relapsing period or action and it could be revealed as […]

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Theatre, Greece And Feydeau: Keep Calm And… This Is Just The Birth Of A Crisis

Georges Feydeau‘s, “The Pregnant Pause or Love’s Labor Lost“, it is staged in Athens, Greece. Article by -Neu Photo Credits: Patroklos SKAFIDAS. Please do visit the photographer’s website here! Under the Greek title:«Η Λεονί εν αναμονή ή το όμορφο κακό».   For the first time in Greece, the Georges Feydeau‘s sensational comedy “The Pregnant Pause […]


Days of action to build the Saturday 17 March #MarchAgainstRacism called

With less than four weeks to the March Against Racism, it’s time for anti-racists across the country to get active in bringing together all the campaigns that make the march so crucial. This Wednesday, a day of action against anti-Semitism and the far-right will highlight the chilling rise of the far-right in Europe including actions […]

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Market for African Performing Arts MASA 2018

The International Independent Arts Council participated at the10th edition of the Market for African Performing Arts – MASA, Press Conference in Brussels, 16th of January 2018. Press Conference The 10th edition of the Market for African Performing Arts – MASA – will take place in Abidjan (Ivory Coast) from March 10 to March 17, 2018. […]