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05th May 2016
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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...

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...

30th Apr 2016
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H.M.S. PINAFORE – Hackney Empire, London.

Following in a fine tradition of all-male casts, Sasha Regan’s production of H.M.S. Pinafore is just at the beginning of another UK tour. After the last tour’s reception, it’s not really...

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
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THE TOXIC AVENGER – Southwark Playhouse, London.

The Toxic Avenger is a bold and irreverent rock ‘n’ roll musical comedy that will sweep you up in its mad-cap story and provide a thoroughly good evening of entertainment....

27th Apr 2016
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PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT – Orchard Theatre, Dartford.

Priscilla Queen of the Desert is iconic. The film is a cult hit and the musical not far behind in its mass popularity. Since the west end production closed in...

27th Apr 2016
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SH*T-FACED SHAKESPEARE: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM- Leicester Square Theatre, London.

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
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REMOTE – Camden People’s Theatre, London.

Interactive Theatre is fast becoming a very busy genre on the London fringe scene, with audiences drawn by the gimmick of having some bearing on how a show will play...

25th Apr 2016
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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

12th Apr 2016
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FOREVER PLAID – St. James Theatre Studio, London.

It’s impossible to tell, of course, if 1950s and 1960s America was ever actually like this. But for an hour and 40 minutes we can make believe that the time...

31st Mar 2016
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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
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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...

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