Reviews on London

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....

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...

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...

Review – The Misanthrope

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,...

Review – Aisha

Aisha
Aisha is a no holds barred narration of the ordeal of 14 year old Aisha whose parents sold her into marriage with a 51...

Review – Danny And The Deep Blue Sea

Danny
A second outing for these two actors performing, Danny And The Deep Blue Sea, one of John Patrick Shanley’s earliest plays is both slick...

Review – The Enchanted

Enchanted
The Enchanted is based on the novel by Rene Denfeld and adapted for the stage by Joanna Treves and Connie Treves. Combining narrative, movement...

Review – Punts

Punts
Punts is a one act play about issues of sex and disability that is handled with charm and humour. Excellent performances from the cast...

Review – Sondheim: Smiles Of A Summer Night

Summer Nights
The night after the London Bridge atrocity, some nightingales sang in Sloane Square. Sondheim: Smiles Of A Summer Night, another Alex Parker/Alastair Knights concert, was...

Review – The Cloakroom Attendant

Cloakroom Attendant
The Cloakroom Attendant fails to ensure its segments coalesce into a flowing narrative and so, though it is entertaining on a surface level, it...