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17th Mar 2015


People still go a little bit loopy upon hearing facts about the classical composers, rock stars of their day. Did you know, for instance, that on the site of the current...

24th Sep 2012
Bully Boy1


It is fortunate indeed that Anthony Andrews and Joshua Miles give sterling performances in this war-torn two hander, for they mask many cracks in Sandi Toksvig’s book.  Andrews impresses as wheelchair-bound Falklands Conflict...

16th Jun 2014
South African Season, Jermyn Street Theatre, London

SOUTH AFRICAN SEASON – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

Four years ago South Africa was the subject of the world’s attention during the first ever African World Cup. After that triumphant event, and with eyes now on Brazil, Jermyn...

14th Aug 2016

ALLEGRO – Southwark Playhouse, London.

With two genre defining musical works already under their collective belt, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II set out to write a third. This one, Allegro, would be another innovation, in...

20th Dec 2015

WONDER.LAND – National Theatre, London.

Damon Albarn’s preoccupation with the digital age was writ large in, and central to, his 2014 debut solo record, Everyday Robots. This obsession continues in his ebullient co-creation wonder.land: a...

20th Nov 2015

FLOWERING CHERRY – Finborough Theatre, London.

This is a revival of Robert Bolt’s first commercial success as a playwright. He was 33 and still a teacher at Millfield School when Flowering Cherry received its first production...

15th Nov 2015
Time of Women

TIME OF WOMEN – Young Vic, London.

Marking ten years since their formation, the Belarus Free Theatre are celebrating with Staging a Revolution, a festival-cum-retrospective of their work, which continues here with the UK premiere of Time...

06th Nov 2015

THE STATIONMASTER – Tristan Bates Theatre, London.

There’s a lot to love here in The Stationmaster, and coming in as the headline musical in Aria Entertainment’s From Page to Stage new musicals series at the Tristan Bates, it’s...

23rd Oct 2015

CLARION – Arcola Theatre, London.

Why let the truth or morality get in the way of a good story? The Daily Clarion epitomises everything that is wrong with the tabloid press. Over the course of...

19th Jul 2015

THE GATHERED LEAVES – Park Theatre, London.

Andrew Keatley’s new play, The Gathered Leaves, is a strictly old fashioned affair. It is a five act drama about a dysfunctional family, where buried secrets and hidden resentments come to...

30th Jun 2015

TOROBAKA – Sadler’s Wells, London.

Akram Khan and Israel Galván did not intend with Torobaka merely to combine two styles of dance, Indian kathak and flamenco, into a single duet. They intended to break each...

17th Jun 2015

ABSENT FRIENDS – Richmond Theatre, London.

It’s 1974, and old friends are meeting under sad circumstances for a tea party on a Saturday afternoon. Colin, a previously absent friend, has lost his girlfriend in a drowning...