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REVIEW: King Kong - A Comedy, The Vaults ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: King Kong - A Comedy, The Vaults ✭✭✭✭
King Kong: A Comedy The Vaults Theatre 5th July 2017 4 Stars Book NowThis is one of the most powerful of modern myths, drawing its force from deep and ancient drives in humanity, and locating [...]

REVIEW: Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain, Jermyn St Theatre ✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain, Jermyn St Theatre ✭✭✭✭
Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain Jermyn Street Theatre 5 July 2017 Four stars Book TicketsHearing the sound of the act one siren, it’s not a huge leap of the imagination to en[...]

REVIEW: Cream, Canal Café Theatre ✭✭✭

REVIEW: Cream, Canal Café Theatre ✭✭✭
Cream Canal Café Theatre 2 July 2017 3 Stars Book NowThe people sat at my table for this high-calorie, early evening soufflé said they’d been lured to the theatre by two things in the blur[...]

REVIEW: Superhero, Southwark Playhouse ✭✭✭✭✭

REVIEW: Superhero, Southwark Playhouse ✭✭✭✭✭
Superhero Southwark Playhouse 30th June 2017 5 Stars Book NowStephen Sondheim – very modestly – likes to tell the story about how he’d never attempt a one-man musical, because the form is just[...]

REVIEW: The View From Nowhere, Park Theatre ✭✭✭

REVIEW: The View From Nowhere, Park Theatre ✭✭✭
The View From Nowhere Park Theatre 30 June 2017 Three stars Book NowThere are several pages of notes explaining terms such as endocrine disruptors and Bisphenol A in the programme for The View[...]

REVIEW: Ink, Almeida Theatre ✭✭✭

REVIEW: Ink, Almeida Theatre ✭✭✭
Ink Almeida Theatre 29th June 2017 3 stars Book TicketsThe Sun, for better or worse, has been at the heart of tabloid journalism for longer than most of us will be able to remember, entertaini[...]

REVIEW: Tribe, London Theatre Workshop ✭✭✭

REVIEW: Tribe, London Theatre Workshop ✭✭✭
Tribe London Theatre Workshop 28th June 2017 3 Stars Book TicketsIf you were ever wondering what it would be like to get sucked into an Eng Lit vortex teaming with a maelstrom mix of ‘Lord of [...]

Jake Orr joins Theatre503 as Producer

Jake Orr joins Theatre503 as Producer
Former theatre blogger, freelance producer and programmer Jake Orr will join South London's Theatre503 as an in-house Producer commencing on 3rd July 2017.In 2009 Jake founded A Younger Theatre, a[...]

Stephen Schwartz pays a visit to Working at Southwark Playhouse

Stephen Schwartz pays a visit to Working at Southwark Playhouse
On Monday night award-winning composer Stephen Schwartz (Pippin, Wicked, The Hunchback Of Notre Dame) paid a visit to Southwark Playhouse to see the production of his musical Working which is currentl[...]

FIRST LOOK: King Kong, The Vaults London

FIRST LOOK: King Kong, The Vaults London
We are pleased to bring you these great production photos by Geraint Lewis of monstrous new comedy King Kong basedon the classic ape story from Daniel Clarkson, the Olivier Award-nominated co-creator [...]

Paines Plough plays transfer to Orange Tree after tour

Paines Plough plays transfer to Orange Tree after tour
Four productions by leading theatre company Paines Plough are to transfer to London’s Orange Tree Theatre after touring.Black Mountain by Brad Birch, Out Of Love by Elinor Cook and How To Be A[...]

Kathy Burke directs world premiere of The Retreat at Park Theatre

Kathy Burke directs world premiere of The Retreat at Park Theatre
Kathy Burke is to direct the World Premiere of Sam Bain's new comedy drama The Retreat at Park Theatre from 2 November to 2 December 2017.Luke, a former high-flyer from the City, is sitting in a r[...]
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