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Review: Loot at The Park Theatre

By Harriet Webster The fiftieth anniversary production of Joe Orton’s Loot, exhumes this great British comedy in the way that only British farce can. Michael...

Review: Flashdance The Musical UK Tour

  The eighties are back in all of their neon tinted glory, and setting off on tour across the UK.  Look out your legwarmers because...

Review: Iconic a Brief History of Drag at Underbelly

By Harriet Webster We grabbed a vino, and settled down for one of the most gloriously camp shows in London this summer. Sequins, showbiz, Cher;...

Review: Boom at Theatre 503

As children, we all learned the fate of the dinosaurs, or at least history's interpretation of it. We learned from a book, through documentaries...

Review: Consumables at The King’s Head Theatre

It’s not often that as an audience member you have your heart pounding in your mouth in fear one minute, and are howling with...

Review: Laura at The Etcetera Theatre

Being jilted at the alter may not immediately sound like a subject that would harvest a great deal of laughs.  Yet Laura, written and...

Review: Mrs Orwell at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Written by Tony Cox and directed by Jimmy Walters, Mrs Orwell at The Old Red Lion Theatre, is the story of the final months...

Review: Apologia at Trafalgar Studios

Alexi Kaye Campbell’s second play, Apologia, has been revived under the direction of Jamie Lloyd at Trafalgar Studios. Lloyd has delivered an eclectic programme...

Review: The Community at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre

By Harriet Webster   The Community, written by Gael van den Bossche, is a dark comedy about a society living in a totalitarian state whose sole...

Review: Bump at The Tristan Bates Theatre

Directed by Michael Woodwood, Bump has been given a new lease of life at the Tristan Bates theatre as part of Camden Fringe. It's...

Review: Coming Clean at The King’s Head Theatre

Thirty five years since its first performance, Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean has been revived at The King’s Head Theatre, directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher. This...

Review: Fémage à Trois at The Bunker Theatre

Loquitur Theatre has presented Fémage à Trois at The Bunker, ahead of its run at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.  This is a...

Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at The Apollo Theatre

As the first play I ever read, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof holds a very dear place in my heart, as does most...

Review: I Loved Lucy at The Arts Theatre

She was once one of the most famous women on the planet, and almost thirty years since her death, is still a household name,...

Review: City of Champions at The London Theatre Workshop

  I remember the feeling I had when I stumbled across a somewhat under-reported story about eighties film stars Corey Haim and Corey Feldman (The...

Review: Twilight Song at The Park Theatre

In the three years since his death, Kevin Elyot's work has enjoyed a renewed success. The Donmar production of My Night With Reg received...