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25th Aug 2016
Little Shop of Horrors

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Sell A Door Theatre Company have built quite the reputation for touring plays and musicals the length and breadth of the UK. That reputation will surely only grow with this...

25th Aug 2016
Le Bossu

LE BOSSU – Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh.

It’s always disappointing when a company whose work you adored in their debut at the fringe, returns with a show that whilst still having its moments, is somehow missing that...

16th Aug 2016
Marilyn & Sinatra

MARILYN & SINATRA – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

Marilyn & Sinatra, fresh from the Edinburgh Festival and just an hour long, is a stylish, if minimal, exploration of the little known relationship between two Hollywood icons. Written by...

14th Aug 2016
Allegro

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...

04th Aug 2016
Treasure Island

TREASURE ISLAND – St. Paul’s Covent Garden, London.

Yo-ho-ho with the best of them at Iris Theatre’s second summer production, a boisterous version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. The usual talent and off the cuff humour that...

31st Jul 2016
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HALF OF ME – Lyric Hammersmith, London.

Fuelled by purpose and feeling, Half of Me tackles an issue that is often not considered, let alone addressed, in wider society in the modern age: that of children born...

30th Jul 2016
Rotterdam

ROTTERDAM – Trafalgar Studios 2, London.

Both funny and heartbreaking in equal measure, Rotterdam written by Jon Britain and directed by Donnacadh O’Brian, is a deeply emotional play about sexuality, identity and finding where you fit...

29th Jul 2016
Mumberger

MUMBURGER – The Archivist’s Gallery, London.

Appearances can be deceiving. If one were to look at the moniker heading up this production alone, they probably wouldn’t be expecting a play preoccupied with grief. But that’s exactly...

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...

04th Jul 2016
Much Ado About Nothing

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING – St. Paul’s Covent Garden

Back to the rose garden, surely one of the nicest spots in central London for an outdoor performance, for the start of Iris Theatre’s latest season. Audiences this year will...

17th Jun 2016
Macbeth

MACBETH – New Wimbledon Studio, London.

Arrows & Traps Theatre Company present Shakespeare’s Macbeth in a personable and accessible way, showing the tragic Scottish nobleman as less of a cold blooded killer and more as a...

17th Jun 2016
James and the Giant Peach

JAMES AND THE GIANT PEACH – Polka Theatre, London.

Having always been entranced by the wonders of Roald Dahl ever since I was a little girl, the prospect of seeing one of his stories brought to life on stage...

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