This new cast album is of such a high standard that there will doubtless be many new productions of Working around the globe as a result of this recording. It’s a first class calling card for this undervalued gem of a show.
Julian Eaves reviews Soldier On at the Playground Theatre.
Not only did I leave the Pleasance with a smile on my face, but Assassins also sent me into a tailspin of historical research when I got home, as I yearned to find out more about these intriguing characters.
Nina Raine’s Rabbit presented by Protocol Is a play of much verbal jousting, with brilliantly timed direction from Robbie Taylor Hunt and a top draw cast.
Paul T Davies reviews Sean O’Casey’s classic play The Plough And The Stars which is now playing at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith.
Mark Ludmon reviews Patrick Marmion’s adaptation of Will Self’s novel Great Apes at Arcola Theatre
Francis Turnly’s beautifully structured, powerful play The Great Wave is made even more poignant and horrific based on that factual history.
Between Us Jermyn Street Theatre 11th March 2018 3 Stars This theatre has done a great deal to discover new musical theatre talent and bring it before the eyes and ears of the public. Every visit here to a new work, or to a rediscovery or relaunch of a work from the past, is an […]