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Review: Dirty Great Love Story at The Arts Theatre

Dirty Great Love Story, the Fringe First Award winning comedy by Katie Bonna and Richard Marsh, has made its West End debut at The...

Review: Death Takes a Holiday at The Charing Cross Theatre

  Maury Yestons Death Takes a Holiday, is the latest musical in Thom Southerlands hugely successful season, at The Charing Cross Theatre. Seemingly genuinely perplexed as...

Review: Raising Martha at The Park Theatre

Raising Martha, a new comedy by David Spicer, has made its debut at the Park Theatre. A family-run frog farm is under siege from...

Review: Abigail at The Bunker Theatre

The latest offering from The Bunker Theatre is Abigail, written by Fiona Doyle. A short, but punchy, two-hander directed by Joshua McTaggart. A deliberately disjointed...

Review: BU21 at Trafalgar Studios 2

'BU21' by Stuart Slade and directed by Dan Pick, is an eye-opening and brave piece of theatre that has transferred to Trafalgar Studios, following...

Review: Strangers In Between at The Kings Head Theatre

Growing up isn't easy. When you're doing it far from home and all alone, it's petrifying. That's the task that faces sixteen-year-old Shane in Tommy...

Review: Million Dollar Quartet at The Royal Festival Hall

I have to confess; the songs of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins have never featured on any Spotify playlist...

Review: Rent at the St James Theatre

Bohemia is alive! Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Jonathan Larsons’ ground-breaking Rent is at The St James Theatre as part of its UK tour.  Bruce...

Review: Muted at The Bunker Theatre

Thanks to determination, perseverance and crowdfunding, Muted has finally made it to its opening night at The Bunker Theatre. With music and lyrics by Tim...

Review: Dirty Dancing at The Phoenix Theatre

The iconic Dirty Dancing has arrived on the London stage, for only thirty performances, in the middle of its U.K. Tour. This production, directed...

Review: Soho Cinders at The Union Theatre

  As much of Soho and Central London were plunged in to darkness in a power cut, The Old Compton Street on stage, at The...

Review: Half a Sixpence at The Noel Coward Theatre

    The moral of the story may be that money can't buy happiness, but spending some cash to see Half a Sixpence will definitely bring...

Review: School of Rock at The New London Theatre

School of Rock is the new musical that teaches us all how musical theatre should be done.  Based on the successful movie of the...

Review: An Inspector Calls at The Playhouse Theatre

An Inspector Calls is possibly one of the most famous plays ever written, known to millions who have studied it at school and millions...

Review: Trainspotting at The Vaults Waterloo

I first saw Trainspotting at The Edinburgh Fringe in 2015, since then it has toured the U.K., returned to Edinburgh for a sell-out Fringe...

Review: Lazarus at Kings Cross Theatre

Lazarus has opened at the new purpose built Kings Cross Theatre, and is selling out nightly the 900 seat capacity, as David Bowie fans...