Do not waste your money, the worst show I have ever been to, No Story, not funny and mediocre effects until the very end.
Royal Festival Hall
© Belinda Lawley
What's on at Royal Festival Hall
The popular Welsh soprano, best known for her stirring pre-match performances at the Millennium Stadium and her Italian version of Dolly Parton's 'I Will Always Love You', storms the Royal Festival Hall.
Pop and rock
The diehard Brummie dad-rockers – whose popularity barely seems to wane – dust off their carefully crafted Mod rock on an acoustic 'greatest hits' tour marking their twenty-fifth year as a band.
- Critics' choice
Supplementing gilded, affecting vocals with somnambulant piano lines and harmonies as fragile as butterfly wings, Perfume Genius (Mike Hadreas from Seattle) promises a magical live show with a pin-droppingly intimate atmosphere. He returns with an incredible...
West End, Drama, Puppetry, Kids' theatre
- Rating: 4/5
Some people are wary of Christmas for good reason. Others – and this camp could really do us all a favour by giving themselves a stern talking to – bemoan things like 'the fuss' and 'those pesky pine needles that fall off the tree'. Well, even these...
Things to do
When award-winning composer George Fenton completed recording on the soundtrack for the Blue Planet series, the orchestra asked if he would perform a concert of the music with them. After his producer suggested that they perform alongside the majestic...
- Critics' choice
Merrill Garbus, aka Tune-Yards, says that she doesn’t ‘want to sound pretty’. Which is good, because although she sounds a lot of things – clatteringly noisy, riotously childlike, effortlessly rhythmic – pretty certainly isn’t one of them. Since 2009,...