Proud Rainbows

Wishing you all a happy Pride weekend! JHI have loved the month of glorious celebrations and now we look forward to filling the streets with rainbows in the glorious sunshine for Pride London!

Last week we announced Philippa Perry in Conversation at Queen Elizabeth Hall on the 19th of September. Chatting to BBC 5 Live broadcaster and TV presenter Nihal Arthanayake, Philippa will explore ideas from her Sunday Times number one bestseller, The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read and Your Children Will Be Glad That You Did. It promises to be an evening packed with sage and sound advice!

85,000 extra tickets were released last week as Six announced their extension in the West End! You will be able to catch Six at the Arts Theatre until July 2020.  And we are also looking forward to welcoming our new Queens in October!

Cult podcasters Dolly Alderton and Pandora Sykes went on sale this morning with the High Low Experience, impressively selling out Dublin in less than an hour. The pair will be visiting four venues across the UK and Ireland, with the tour starting in October this year.

As part of Richmond Theatre’s 120th anniversary celebrations, Fane Productions are bringing three unique one-night events to the theatre this September. Allie Esiri will be joined by Christopher Eccleston in her event Shakespeare for Every Day of the Year; Bonnie Langford will be joined by her West End musicians led by Anthony England, as they perform some of her favourite songs; and last but not least, Nicholas Parsons will be joined on stage by Gyles Brandreth in Just a Minute or two!