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Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Heading home for the holidays feels like the most natural thing in the world, I’m already counting down the days until the long drive back to the family nest for the festive season. But what if Christmas isn’t like the one’s you see in the movies?
Greg Stewart Buy Tickets The Other Palace Studio has had a decidedly festive makeover for its latest residency, a towering Christmas tree and roaring log fire (even if it is a projection) sets the scene for The Barricade Boys Christmas Cabaret, which runs at the venue until December 23rd.
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Greg Stewart Buy Tickets This is one of those shows where you pretty much know exactly what you’re going to get from the title alone. Boys in the Buff, previously at Stockwell Playhouse, and now at The King’s Head Theatre is like the Full Monty, but much quicker in getting
Greg Stewart Buy Tickets As we advance full throttle in to pantomime season, the Union Theatre has its own version of a grand old dame treading the boards. Not a leftover from last year’s Soho Cinders, but Captain Terri Dennis in Peter Nichol’s hilarious Privates on Parade, which returns for
Greg Stewart Liza Pulman has brought her Autumn tour of Liza Sings Streisand to a close at Wilton’s Music Hall in London. The good news is, it will return in 2018, and it’s packed full of unexpected treats. The show opens with recordings of interviews about Streisand, as the band, and
Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Seeing new writing performed for the first time is always exciting, but to see eight new pieces performed in one night is quite the treat. Full Disclosure Theatre have curated an evening in which new and emerging writers have the opportunity to present works with an
Greg Stewart Buy Tickets History was not my favorite subject at school, I was unable to distinguish Anshluss from Antwerp, and failed my Standard Grade (the Scottish version of GCSE) miserably. I fared much better in Modern Studies, which ironically will soon form the history syllabus, Iain Hollingsworth‘s The End
Andrew Hobb’s Rasputin Rocks, with music by Alistair Smith, has opened at The Stockwell Playhouse. With moments of comedy and an enjoyable score it will certainly appeal to some audiences, while others will be left baffled by the events unfolding in front of them.Set in the ‘near-future’, where Russia has conquered most