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Review: Statements at Kings Head Theatre

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets Written and performed by Samuel Clayton, Catapult Theatre’s debut production, Statements, makes a return to the King’s Head theatre for two performances only, before heading to the Bread and Roses theatre in February. In this short solo performance, Samuel Clayton takes us through the stories of

2018-01-14T21:22:32+00:00 Sunday, January 14, 2018|

Review: The Here and This and Now at Southwark Playhouse

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets The topic of antibiotic resistance has been picked up by the media with greater pace recently, but it’s not quite reached the level of urgency which it deserves.  Glenn Waldron’s The Here and This and Now, which is at The Southwark playhouse following a run at

2018-01-14T12:25:58+00:00 Saturday, January 13, 2018|

Review: Strangers in Between at Trafalgar Studios

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets The last time I saw Strangers In Between in its original home at The King’s Head Theatre, I could only hope that I would one day get the chance to see this incredible production again.  Only twelve months later, and director Adam Spreadbury-Maher, who is more

2018-01-12T23:02:16+00:00 Friday, January 12, 2018|

Review: Tiny Dynamite at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets They say lightening doesn’t strike twice, and many will struggle to remember the last time Abi Morgan’s Tiny Dynamite struck the West End.  This is the first professional production in London since 2003, but director David Loumgair has enthusiastically embraced the play and given it a

2018-01-14T12:19:08+00:00 Friday, January 12, 2018|

Review: The Crystal Egg Live at The Vaults

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets The Crystal Egg may not be the most prominent piece of writing from H.G. Wells, but for many it holds a special place in their heart, given it’s often touted as the precursor to the more renowned ‘The War of the Worlds’.  Mike Archer is clearly

2018-01-08T10:29:38+00:00 Sunday, January 7, 2018|

Review: Bananaman The Musical at Southwark Playhouse

Greg Stewart Buy Tickets For a whole generation, the phrase “This is 29 Acacia Road”, and the voice of Bill Oddie, will bring memories of the popular cartoon series flooding back. Bananaman appeared in print, drawn by John Geering, a few years before the animated series began, but it was

2018-01-05T11:11:40+00:00 Thursday, January 4, 2018|