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25th Mar 2016
These-Books-Were-Made-For-Walking

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...

24th Mar 2016
Sleeping-Beauty

SLEEPING BEAUTY – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Matthew Bourne and his company New Adventures have reinvented the dainty tutu-heavy ballet that is Petipa’s Sleeping Beauty, and turned it into a glamorous, Gothic adventure. New plot lines are...

22nd Mar 2016
Gatecrash

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...

16th Mar 2016
Avenue-Q2

AVENUE Q – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

Since its departure from the West End in 2010, Sell A Door’s touring production has been the only noticeable place to catch a glimpse of the characters on Avenue Q...

13th Mar 2016
something-lazarus

SOMETHING SOMETHING LAZARUS – Kings Head Theatre, London.

If there were awards for energy, then Something Something Lazarus, a new musical by John Myatt and Simon Arrowsmith, might be in with a chance of some silverware. As it...

06th Mar 2016
The-Cause

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

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...

21st Feb 2016
rinse-cycle

THE RINSE CYCLE – Charing Cross Theatre, London.

In The Rinse Cycle, Unexpected Opera, the Theatre company that asks emerging opera singers to transform opera into an accessible, often hilarious, cabaret, mocks Wagner as only Wagner-fans can. That...

20th Feb 2016
One-Under

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
Last-Tango

THE LAST TANGO – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

From the sparkle of Strictly Come Dancing to treading the boards in London theatres; Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone present a rare treat of Tango indulgence and undeniably raw talent,...

17th Feb 2016
Orphans

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...

14th Feb 2016
Night-To-Remember

A NIGHT TO REMEMBER – New Wimbledon Theatre, London.

A Night to Remember is the latest show from Latin and Ballroom professional Brendan Cole, a household name thanks to his Saturday night appearances teaching celebrities to dance on BBC’s...

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