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Review: Devil With The Blue Dress at The Bunker Theatre

Politics and the theatre have a lot in common when you pause to think about it, so it makes perfect sense that Kevin Armento...

Review Round Up: The Inheritance at The Young Vic

The Inheritance gives a panoramic view of gay life in New York City today, a generation after the height of the AIDS crisis. Of those...

Review: Ruthless The Musical at The Arts Theatre

Across the pond, Marvin Laird and Joel Paley’s Ruthless The Musical has been doing the rounds for a good quarter of a century, gaining...

Review: The Mikado at The King’s Head Theatre

In their latest production at The King’s Head since King Tut: A Pyramid Panto, Charles Court Opera return with Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta The...

Review: Songs for Nobodies at Wilton’s Music Hall

Making its European premiere at Wilton’s Music Hall, Songs for Nobodies has already caused quite a stir in Australia, garnering audience and critical acclaim. ...

Review: Banana Crabtree Simon at The Drayton Arms Theatre

David Hendon’s Banana Crabtree Simon at the Drayton Arms Theatre, is a brave and thoroughly revealing insight in to the life of a dementia...

Review: Loop at Gerry’s Studio

Boxless Physical Theatre’s Loop is a wonderful concept so beautifully presented and made such an impression on me at TheatreN16 last year, that its...

Review: The Lady With a Dog at The Tabard Theatre

    Anton Chekhov’s famous short is re-imagined for the stage in an adaptation from Mark Giesser, who also directs.  The Lady with a Dog, which...

Review: Lord of The Flies at Greenwich Theatre

William Golding’s first novel, Lord of the Flies is perhaps one of the best-known works of literature thanks to its inclusion in the curriculum,...

Review: Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm? at The Space

    The documentary series ‘Making a Murderer’ has sparked a resurgence in the popularity of true crime thrillers.  Even theatre company, Pregnant Fish, admit that...

Review: OK, Bye at VAULT Festival

Loss, and the act of losing something, or someone, is a fairly common theme in theatre, but rarely is it played out so beautifully...

Review: Good Girl at Trafalgar Studios

    Anyone growing up in the nineties may have missed out on iPhones and social media to get them through their formative years, but they...

Review: Checkpoint Chana at The Finborough Theatre

    We’ve seen it played out social media countless times over, a ‘celebrity’ makes a comment which the whole world seems to take offence at,...

Review: Pippin at Southwark Playhouse

Stephen Schwartz’s Pippin recently enjoyed a Broadway revival, earning the rather grand circus inspired production a 2013 Tony Award.  This latest London production, which...

Review: Frankenstein at The Space

Think of Frankenstein and you’re probably picturing the eponymous green monster, or any number of badly made horror films. Not so the case with...

Review: Foul Pages at The Hope Theatre

Taking a somewhat saucy look at 15th Century history, Robin Hooper’s new play, Foul Pages, makes its world premiere at the Hope Theatre under...