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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...

17th Feb 2016

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,...

06th Nov 2015

THE NOTEBOOK – Battersea Arts Centre, London.

Eccentric costumes, smoke filled stages and unconventional narratives are all usually associated with Forced Entertainment. Having spent hours looking into their work for my dissertation many years ago, the excitement...

23rd Oct 2015

SHOOTING WITH LIGHT – New Diorama Theatre, London.

Idle Motion have created a bold and emotional production entitled Shooting with light, which is centred around a young couple who risk their lives taking photographs and capturing real life...

26th Sep 2015

FAKE IT ‘TIL YOU MAKE IT – Soho Theatre, London.

In Fake It ‘Til You Make It, performance artist Bryony Kimmings and her partner Tim Grayburn team up in this hour long mishmash of eclectic songs, chats and delirious chaos, tackling head...

05th Aug 2015

I BELIEVE IN UNICORNS – Vaudeville Theatre, London.

  Adapted from the hugely successful story by Michael Morpurgo, I Believe in Unicorns is brought to life on stage with only one storyteller and a mountain of books. The setup looks...

13th Jul 2015

JAZZAMATAZZ – London Wonderground, London

If you have a little one bursting with enviable never-ending energy and you’re struggling to keep them occupied this summer, then head over to Jazzamatazz and join Ali McGregor’s infectious family cabaret...

17th Jun 2015

CHEF – Soho Theatre, London.

Sabrina Mahfouz’s punchy script really shines in this solo performance of Chef. Performed by Jade Anouka, directed by Kirsty Patrick Wood and produced by Just for Laughs Theatricals, this strong creative team have...

06th May 2015

THE CANDIDATE – Theatre Delicatessen, London.

Whether you have been racing to the polling stations or know as much about politics as a baked potato, you should without a doubt get yourself to see The Candidate...

24th Apr 2015

BURNT OAK – Leicester Square Theatre, London.

Written by plumber-turned-playwright Laurence Lynch, the semi-autobiographical Burnt Oak delves into the lives of a working class family living in London, contrasting the highs and lows of dreams-versus-reality in life itself....

21st Apr 2015

HIGH HEELS IN LOW PLACES – Soho Theatre, London.

Anyone expecting to see the stereotypical razzle dazzle costumes, extravagant set and ludicrous miming to poptastic tunes may get a shock when they see Panti: High Heels in Low Places....

01st Apr 2015

BREAK YOURSELF – Ovalhouse, London.

As the first public outing for Break Yourself, a work in development in connection with Ovalhouse, it is a little difficult to critique as an overall performance, as inevitably it will...