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05th May 2016

RICHARD II – Arcola Theatre

One of the key messages on the commentators’ lips during the recent celebrations of Shakespeare’s death was just how applicable his work is to the modern age. It may be...

30th Apr 2016
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BLIND MAN’S SONG – Pleasance Theatre, London.

Blind Man’s Song happens in an hour full of mystery and atmosphere. No words. Movement and sound and a few props create an entity of enigma and, sometimes, beauty. It...

27th Apr 2016
SF Shakespeare


Bringing their original production, Sh*t-Faced Shakespeare – A Midsummer Night’s Dream, to London for the first time, Magnificent Bastard Productions treat audiences to a raucous hour of drunken Shakespearian delight....

25th Apr 2016

THE FATHER – Richmond Theatre, Richmond.

Kenneth Cranham is delivering one of the most heartbreaking and finest performances you will ever witness in Florian Zeller’s award winning masterpiece

31st Mar 2016

HENRY V – Middle Temple Hall, London.

Press night for this tour of Antic Disposition’s powerful version of Henry V came to the majestic interior of Middle Temple Hall a mere 151,258 days after the first recorded...

31st Mar 2016

BUG – Found 111, London.

After first premiering at the Gate Theatre twenty years ago, Tracy Letts’ BUG is back; this time at the miniscule Found 111 theatre on Charing Cross Road…and boy does it...

22nd Mar 2016

GATECRASH – Lyric Hammersmith, London.

Zest Theatre’s Gatecrash is a great theatrical concept and fun to participate in. As an interactive performance, the audience are invited to Sam’s surprise 17th birthday in his family home...

06th Mar 2016

THE CAUSE – Jermyn Street Theatre, London.

The Cause written by Jeremy James and directed by Andrew Shepherd follows a group of Hungarian art students, an underground Serbian military organisation, and their separate plots to assassinate Archduke...

03rd Mar 2016

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...

20th Feb 2016

ONE UNDER – Vaults Festival, London.

*DISCLAIMER* I will start this review how Amy Flemming starts One Under, with a disclaimer about the language used – Flemming uses the term Mental Health, so I have used...

17th Feb 2016

ORPHANS – Southwark Playhouse, London.

Orphans, written by Lyle Kessler and directed by Paul Tomlinson, is a brutal and touching story of two brothers whose tenuous lives are disrupted when a stranger intrudes into the...

08th Feb 2016

STAY AWAKE, JAKE – Vaults Festival, London.

Having won the coveted S&S Award last year, there is a lot of buzz around the new musical Stay Awake, Jake that opened at the Vaults Festival earlier this week....