Daniel Mulhern

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The Woman Who Turned Into a Tree arrives at Omnibus Theatre

Lisa Langseth’s “The Woman Who Turned Into a Tree” has arrived at the Omnibus Theatre in Clapham and will continue until 22nd April.

The play, shortlisted for the New Diorama Untapped Award 2023 reworks the Ancient Greek story of lead character Daphne, who is played by Bathsheba Piepe.

The play is Langseth’s UK writing debut and tells a story about isolation, identity and a destructive obsession with the opinions of others.

Daphne is looking to reinvent herself in a world governed by toxic ma

You Bury Me arrives at Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre

Ahlam’s You Bury Me arrived at the intimate Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond on Monday and will continue showings until April 22nd.

The play is about the city of Cairo and the lives of six young characters within it, including Rafik (Nezar Alderazi), Tamer (Moe Bar-El), Osman (Tarrick Benham), Alia (Hanna Khogali), Lina (Eleanor Nawal) and Maya (Yasemin Özdemir).

The show is directed by award-winning Katie Posner, who was joint-winner of the women’s of the inaugural Women’s Prize for Playwritin

Where did it all go wrong for Crystal Palace’s Vieira Project?

Last Friday, Arsenal icon Patrick Vieira was sacked by Crystal Palace after a 12 game winless run with the threat of relegation looming.

On the 20th of March 2022, Vieira’s eagles soared to a 4-0 victory over Everton on their way to Wembley.

On the same day a year later, Roy Hodgson took the reigns again in a desperate attempt from Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish to keep the winless Eagles afloat in the Premier League.

Popular Twitter user and Palace fan, HLTCO said “The ownership struct

Millwall: London club pushes towards the play-offs

Millwall have made an incredible push recently towards a play-off spot thanks to Gary Rowett turning The Den into a fortress.

The Lions have only lost twice at The Den this season and haven’t lost a league game there since September.

Even a possible record-breaking Burnley side only managed a point at The Den and second placed Sheffield Utd side were defeated in spectacular fashion thanks to a Tom Bradshaw hat-trick.

Millwall have also stayed strong away from home recently, winning five of th

Crystal Palace vs Brighton: from play-offs to the Premier League

Crystal Palace host Brighton at Selhurst Park in another chapter of this fixture’s intense history this Saturday.

This fixture is an intense yet often misunderstood rivalry, stemming back from the days of Alan Mullery and Terry Venables at the helm.

The coaches had played together at Tottenham Hotspur yet they clashed behind the bench during Palace and Brighton’s bid for promotion in the third tier.

The 1976/77 season was where the rivalry began, as Palace played Brighton five times including

Why are Tottenham fans set to protest against Daniel Levy?

Tottenham Hotspur fans have continued to protest against their owners, the ENIC group and chairman Daniel Levy in the wake of a seemingly unsuccessful transfer window.

Many protesters organised a walkout, expected to take place in the 22nd minute of Tottenham’s game against Man City this Sunday.

This, according to Tottenham fans, is to signify 22 years of failure from ENIC and Levy.

Chants of “We want Levy out” can be heard throughout the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in every Spurs match, win or

Which London Players are most likely to leave on Deadline Day

After a hectic January transfer window it is finally deadline day, meaning that London’s Premier League sides will likely have a busy day ahead.

Clubs often scramble to bring in new players on January 31, but stars leaving is just as important. Below are some of the most likely outgoings from London’s biggest sides.

With Jorginho coming in, Lokonga’s place in the Arsenal squad is uncertain. Crystal Palace are currently targeting the 23-year-old on loan to help fix Patrick Vieira’s struggling m

Festive family farce Crackers arrives at the Polka Theatre

Crackers the Christmas family farce has arrived at Polka Theatre and will run until 15th January.

The first showing at the Wimbledon theatre was on 19th November with the show being aimed towards children aged five to 12.

The show was written by award-winning writer, Charles Way, directed by Nicky Allpress and is about a family trying to save their house from developers and save Christmas.

Way described a farce as an anarchic form of theatre, which is all set in one room with very exaggerated

Strictly Come Dancing's Shirley Ballas gives Brixton schoolchildren dance lessons

Strictly Come Dancing head judge Shirley Ballas surprised Brixton schoolchildren last week with dance lessons in order to improve their well-being as part of an Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD) campaign.

Ballas spent the morning at Corpus Christi Primary School in south west London last Friday in an attempt to inspire children to dance.

The strictly judge is a member of the ISTD and is eager to see more lessons available in schools.

The ISTD campaign, Find Your Dance Space, aims

Improved housing in South Kilburn delights Brent residents

Residents have moved into 52 new apartments in South Kilburn as part of the Brent Council’s redevelopment plan.

The 15 year programme aims to make South Kilburn sustainable and vibrant while producing 2,400 new homes.

1,390 homes have been created by the Octavia Housing Association’s programme and half of the planned homes will be affordable for council-tenants in South Kilburn.

Retired housekeeper, Eddie Junsay, 68 moved into a ground floor apartment with his wife, Dominga, 81, who has mobil

Charity alliance helps Greenwich residents access support services

An alliance made up of five well-known charities have used their expertise to help Greenwich residents access key support initiatives.

The Connecting Communities Alliance (CCA) provides support to Greenwich residents on a range of services including LGBT, disabilities, ageing and mental health services.

The alliance, made up of Metro, Mencap, Metro GAD, Age UK and Mind and funded by the Royal Borough of Greenwich, was formed in 2019 and helps connect people to the correct mainstream services f

Richmond bin strike ends after one day

Richmond’s planned three-week bin strike has ended after one day following an improved offer from Serco, the council’s waste contractor.

GMB, the union for refuse workers, announced the beginning of the three-week bin strike on Monday.

However, at 11:30am on Monday, an improved offer from Serco was accepted by the union members.

Harry Oakley, Serco’s contract manager said: “We are delighted that following further negotiations our enhanced offer has been accepted and the industrial action has

Dementia group is a 'godsend' for those with dementia in south east London

A dementia group is providing hope and support for people with early onset dementia and their carers in south east London.

Young Onset Dementia Activists (YODA) have operated within Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich since its founding in August 2021.

The group was formed to provide more for those with dementia under 65, by providing group activities that pull the community together.

Founder Saira Addison said: “There aren’t enough services out there for people who are under 65 with dementia.

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