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Review: Fox at The Old Red Lion Theatre

Making his debut at The Old Red Lion, Harrison Rose, brings us Fox, a play about a couple who are clearly not right for...

Review: Our Great Tchaikovsky at The Other Palace

Tchaikovsky is probably the best-known composer in the world. Even if people can't name the movement or symphony they'll recognize the tune; I still...

Review: I Remember at The Pleasance Theatre

In a wonderful fusion of poetry, storytelling, music and sound, I Remember by Steven Fraser is one of six shows performing as part of...

Review: The Band Musical UK Tour

I can vividly remember seeing a Take That tribute band on a lads’ holiday in Benidorm a good few years ago.  The lead singer...

Review: Footloose The Musical UK Tour

The musical version of that iconic 80’s movie, Footloose, has stopped off in London during its UK Tour for a limited run at The...

Review: Parade at Frogmore Mill

Vivo D’Arte set themselves quite the challenge in producing Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown’s Parade.  The double Tony Award winning musical is based...

Review: Window at The Bread and Roses Theatre

There is something inherently intriguing about people-watching, whether from a pavement cafe or on the tube perhaps. Seeing a glimpse of other people's unguarded...

Review: Dante’s Divine Comedy at Barons Court Theatre

Returning to The Baron’s Court Theatre for a second and extended run, Dante’s Divine Comedy takes a 700 year old narrative poem and injects...

Review: Hyem (yem, hjem, home) at Theatre503

The debut play of an actor turned writer could easily go one of two ways.  Luckily for us, Philip Correia’s Hyem (yem, hjem, home)...

Review: Talk Radio at The Old Red Lion Theatre

It’s been thirty years since Eric Bogosian’s Talk Radio was first performed in New York, and now makes a timely appearance in London at...

Review: Edward II at Tristan Bates Theatre

It would probably shock even Christopher Marlowe to know that his plays, including Edward II, would still be performed after 450 years.  It would...

Review: How (Not) To Live in Suburbia at The Soho Theatre

Annie Siddons’ How (Not) to Live in Suburbia has returned to the Soho Theatre following a sell-out run earlier this year.  This autobiographical play...

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...