Bat

Review – Bat Out Of Hell

Bat Out Of Hell is aesthetically dated and bizarre, but in good ways: inescapably a celebration of the musical excesses of the 1980s, this...
Hir

Review – Hir

New comedies are often given great leeway. People want to laugh, especially in difficult times such as those embroiling the UK at the moment....
GRENFELL TOWER

NEWS: Star-Studded Line Up Announced For West End Grenfell Tower Benefit...

Giles Terera and Danielle Tarento are presenting a West End fundraising gala evening of song, dance and comedy for the hundreds of families made...
Kite Runner

Review – The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner, the stage adaptation of Khaled Husseini’s bestseller, returns to the West End for its second stint. It’s a simple and affecting...
Trinity

Review – Trinity

Trinity is a piece of avant garde theatre of great beauty, visual and aural. Presented in the derelict gothic church of the old asylum...
NYB

NEWS: The National Youth Ballet Of Great Britain – 30th Anniversary...

To celebrate its 30th Anniversary Season, The National Youth Ballet of Great Britain (“The NYB”) will present Time in Motion, a mixed programme of...
kite runner

The Kite Runner Extends – New Cast Announced

The Kite Runner - Its incredible, critically acclaimed, West End stage success continues to soar to new heights! The Kite Runner’s second West End season...
Remnants

Review – Remnants

Remants is often beautifully executed with song and movement, but ultimately it doesn’t have much to say that is fresh or interesting. Moreover, it...
Misanthrope

Review – The Misanthrope

Exchange Theatre, as part of their tenth Bastille Festival, present an updated and relocated version of Molière’s classic The Misanthrope, set in the fast-paced,...
Tape Form

Review – Tape Face

Tape Face is the creation of Sam Wills and this production combines a wealth of talent and experience in street theatre with skilful application...

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Woyzeck

Review – Woyzeck / Life Of Galileo / On The Town...

As an avid theatregoer, and a person who believes in the strength and power of good theatre, these last weeks in London have been...