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Total posts found for "Robert Pearce" — 27
01st Jun 2016
THE NEW YORK - LONDON RENDEZVOUS

THE NEW YORK – LONDON RENDEZVOUS – Canal Café Theatre, London.

The New York – London Rendezvous reunites two of the stand out performers from Danielle Tarento’s 2015 Southwark Playhouse revival of Grand Hotel.  Where that production was very much an...

26th May 2016
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A SUBJECT OF SCANDAL AND CONCERN – Finborough Theatre, London.

2016 marks the sixtieth anniversary of the term “angry young man” being coined by George Fearon in an attempt to describe John Osborne’s post-war writing to an audience more accustomed...

05th May 2016
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GABRIEL BISSET-SMITH TELLS THE MOST ORIGINAL AND FUNNY JOKE IN THE UNIVERSE – Soho Theatre, London.

Gabriel Bisset-Smith Tells the Most Original and Funny Joke in the Universe is part stand-up, part Theatre and wholly encumbered by a title so long that even the show forgets...

17th Dec 2015
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DICK WHITTINGTON & HIS CAT – Wilton’s Music Hall, London.

Wilton’s is one of the oldest surviving music halls in London and it seems fitting that its first foray into pantomime should be written by and starring a man whose...

17th Oct 2015
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PANTI: HIGH HEELS IN LOW PLACES – Soho Theatre, London.

In the UK, drag is very much part of the comedy landscape.  Cross-dressing for the public’s entertainment has happened since the year dot and, with programmes such as RuPaul’s Drag...

09th Oct 2015
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THE GREAT GATSBY – Greenwich Theatre, London.

The Great Gatsby is one of the most iconic novels of the 20th Century.  In a couple of hundred pages its author, F. Scott Fitzgerald, encapsulated an entire generation’s dreams,...

28th Sep 2015
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TO DO. TO BE. – The Music of Tim Prottey-Jones

Tim Prottey-Jones is a popular West End performer with an impressive range of credits from Jesus Christ Superstar to the bang on trend Kinky Boots. Obviously not satisfied that these alone are platform enough...

19th Sep 2015
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BETTE MIDLER AND ME – Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London.

A glance through any theatre listings page for London will lead you to a plethora of jukebox musicals, celebrating music icons through concert performances and dramatic biography or fiction.  Currently,...

16th Sep 2015
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USHERS: THE FRONT OF HOUSE MUSICAL – Arts Theatre, London.

Ushers: The Front of House Musical highlights a problem that plagues theatres up and down the country. Even the most sensible, level-headed person, will, upon entering a Theatre, lose their...

02nd Sep 2015
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HATCHED ‘N’ DISPATCHED – Park Theatre, London.

From a bird’s eye view Hatched ‘n’ Dispatched is fairly familiar territory: the family unified by tragedy, the party that goes wrong, and the inevitable drink fuelled confessions.  Affairs, pregnancies,...

16th May 2015
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JERRY’S GIRLS – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

Jerry Herman has written some of musical Theatre’s most iconic shows: Hello, Dolly! La Cage aux Folles and Mame.  Within these works are some of the most quintessential show tunes:...

06th May 2015
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KINGMAKER – Arts Theatre, London.

With the general election at the forefront of the nation’s mind, this London outing of last year’s Edinburgh Fringe success Kingmaker is obviously well timed. Robert Khan and Tom Salinsky’s...

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