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16th Aug 2014
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MUSWELL HILL – White Bear Theatre, London.

Torben Betts’s pithy comedy drama Muswell Hill is engagingly performed, impressively directed and reveals both the grotesque and endearing aspects of the lives of young middle class Londoners. It is...

12th May 2014
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SCOTTISH WIDOWS – The White Bear Theatre, London.

Described as Scotland’s answer to Ayckbourn’s Talking Heads, Stolen Elephant Theatre present Scottish Widows – a collection of monologues written by Grae Cleugh, winner of the Olivier Award for Most...

01st Dec 2013
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THE WHITE CARNATION – Finborough Theatre, London.

As the Finborough Theatre’s website states, Sherriff’s play was first performed in 1953 and is about a social climbing business man given the chance to ‘do things differently’.  Unfortunately it...

23rd Jul 2016
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HOW TO WIN AGAINST HISTORY – Ovalhouse Theatre, London.

How to Win Against History is an offbeat gem. Full to bursting with jokes of all kinds, from puns to political commentary. The musical numbers are lyrical, with some pleasing...

02nd Jun 2016
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TWIST OF LEMMON – St James Studio, London.

In this one-man show, Chris Lemmon presents a charming account of the life of his father, Jack Lemmon. The show has all the glamour and smoothness you’d expect from a...

24th Mar 2016
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SLEEPING BEAUTY – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures have reinvented the dainty tutu-heavy ballet that is Petipa’s Sleeping Beauty, and turned it into a glamorous, Gothic adventure. New plot lines are...

03rd Mar 2016
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TRANSPORTS – Pleasance Theatre, London.

This spring, Cornwall-based Theatre company Pipeline are re-touring their first production Transports. With a subtle script, full of rich language and exciting turns of phrase, and two warm, intelligent and...

21st Feb 2016
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THE RINSE CYCLE – Charing Cross Theatre, London.

In The Rinse Cycle, Unexpected Opera, the Theatre company that asks emerging opera singers to transform opera into an accessible, often hilarious, cabaret, mocks Wagner as only Wagner-fans can. That...

21st Nov 2015
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FAUSTAFF – The Cockpit, London.

In Faust, the German legend, Faust sells his soul to the Devil in exchange for unlimited knowledge and the ability to do whatever he wants. He agrees to an eternity...

09th Oct 2015
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SHE CALLED ME MOTHER – Stratford Circus, London.

Michelle Inniss, writer of She Called Me Mother, has put together an absolutely beautiful script. It’s full of imagery; it’s funny. It distils complex emotions into punchy monologues and it...

26th Sep 2015
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NEVER ENDING NIGHT- The Vaults, London.

Never Ending Night, an immersive theatre experience about life after an apocalyptic pandemic, has a very promising start. The audience is led into the labyrinth of tunnels underneath Waterloo station,...

26th Aug 2015
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THE WANTON SUBLIME AND THE MEDIUM – Arcola Theatre, London.

Part of the Grimeborn Festival at the Arcola Theatre, the double-bill of Peter Maxwell Davies’s a cappella one-act opera The Medium, and Tarik O’Regan’s The Wanton Sublime is adventurous and...

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