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Murder Ballad at The Arts Theatre

The original production of ‘Murder Ballad’, by Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash, opened off-Broadway in 2013 at the Union Square Theatre, and now it...

No’s Knife at The Old Vic

One of my favourite things about doing this job, is seeing pieces of theatre that have never seen before.  Usually they are by un-known...

The Boys in the Band at The Park Theatre

Happy Birthday, Harold!  In ‘The Boys in the Band’, written by Mart Crowley, a group of friends gather to celebrate the 42nd birthday of...

27 at The Cockpit

The Cockpit Theatre, tucked down a little side street in Marylebone, is one of the larger off-West End venues, and as such, needs a...

Punkplay at the Southwark Playhouse

‘Punkplay’ by Gregory S. Moss has opened at the Southwark Playhouse, and is part of Punk London, celebrating 40 years of subversive culture. Directed...

The Entertainer Review

The final offering from the Kenneth Branagh season at the Garrick Theatre is The Entertainer, which had its official opening night on August 30th....

Unfaithful Review

What kind of act counts as being Unfaithful; speaking to a stranger, or a night of passion with someone other than your partner? Are...

Burnt Part Boys Review

‘The Burnt Part Boys’ is the first musical to be staged at Park 90, written by Mariana Elder, it was performed Off-Broadway in 2010....

Exposure The Musical Review

Exposure The Musical has had its world premiere at St James Theatre in London. Every glossy magazine and tabloid newspaper publishes, on a daily basis,...

Through The Mill Review

Step onto the backlot of Studio 43 and immerse yourself in the world of a living legend, with all the glitz, glamour and tragedy...

Titanic Review

Unlike the productions first outing in New York, the only thing you can predict about this wonderful musical is that the ship will sink! Can...

Aladdin Review

A whole new world of theatre has arrived in the West End in the form of 'Aladdin The Musical'. Already a phenomenal success on...

The Spoils Review

'The Spoils' marks Jesse Eisenbergs West End debut, and what a debut it is. He has both written and stars in the play, alongside...

You Won’t Succeed on Broadway

'You Won't Succeed On Broadway If You Don't Have Any Jews'. I'd be impressed with myself if I could get my tongue around the...

Trainspotting

Having seen Trainspotting at the Edinburgh Festival in 2015, I was delighted to hear that it would be running at the King's Head Theatre...

The World Goes Round

The intimate space of the St James Studio, a mix of tables, chairs, sofas and gentle background music feels more like a trendy New...