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30th Jul 2016
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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...

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...

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...

25th Mar 2016
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THESE BOOKS ARE MADE FOR WALKING – Jacksons Lane, London.

These Books Are Made For Walking is a piece of performance theatre created by Bikes and Rabbits and runs  for two nights only at the cosy Jacksons Lane theatre in...

02nd Dec 2015
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CINDERELLA AND THE BEANSTALK – Theatre503, London.

Theatre? Check. Set? Check. Props and costumes? Double check. Lights, sound and music? Triple check. Actors?…. Ah. Josh, John and James have been so busy writing their very silly mash-up...

20th Nov 2015
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ME AND MR C – Ovalhouse, London.

A massive amount of the criticism (unfair, btw) levelled at Michael McIntyre is that his comedy is too simple. He follows the Jerry Seinfeld “what is the deal with X”...

23rd Oct 2015
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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...

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...

26th May 2015
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THE HARVEST – Soho Theatre, London.

Written by Belarusian playwright Pavel Pryazhko, The Harvest is an unusual concoction of sparkling physical comedy and subtle commentary on modern life in Eastern Europe. Some of the jokes don’t...

16th May 2015
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AVENUE Q – Greenwich Theatre, London.

Tony Award winning musical Avenue Q is the perfect tonic to a miserable rainy evening. Sell A Door Theatre Company’s latest UK Tour, directed by Cressida Carré, is as strong...

12th May 2015
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VOTE FOR ME – London Theatre Workshop, London.

With the UK general election over and done with, you’d think that’d be enough voting for one week – but step inside the London Theatre Workshop and you’ll find Vote For...

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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