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

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

Mobile to tour the UK in 2017

Mobile explores class with both head and heart. Whilst social mobility is highly political, at the root of it Mobile is about family. Who...

Review – Bat Out Of Hell

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

Review – Hir

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....

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

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

Review – The Kite Runner

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...

Review – Trinity

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...

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

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

The Kite Runner Extends – New Cast Announced

kite runner
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...

Review – Remnants

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...