Reviews on London

Review – 5 Guys Chillin’

Chillin'
Very important issues are set out in 5 Guys Chillin' but more dramatic engagement is needed with the material. Four stars seems a fair...

Review – This Is Not Culturally Significant

Culturally Significant
This Is Not Culturally Significant is a story of those who live next door, or the flat above and to those significant in structuring...

Review – Othello

Othello
Othello will never satisfy all critics and audiences because the choices and interpretations made are and always have been so close to existential debates...

Review – A Night in Soho with Vanity von Glow

A Night in Soho with Vanity von Glow is a traditionally styled cabaret that sparkles. Vanity von Glow is the jewel that glitters in...

Review – Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer

Redeemer
Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer is my mother’s favourite hymn. It’s also a new show about chem sex. It was also, as I...

Review – Tatterdemalion

Tatterdemalion
Tatterdemalion is an outstanding example of its genre. Henry Maynard is the sole performer and shows tremendous skill in the physical, clowning and mime...

Review – Boris and Sergey’s Astonishing Freakatorium

Boris and Sergey’s Astonishing Freakatorium presents, in puppetry, the freak show produced by brothers Boris and Sergey. It is a comic romp through a...

Interview: The Gap In The Light Director George Evans Now At...

The Gap In The Light - As we grapple with a changing world – divisive politics, unstoppable temperature rises, never ending wars - Engineer...

Review – No Place For A Woman

No Place
Cordelia O'Neill's No Place for a Woman, which opened this week at Theatre 503, belongs among the best of Holocaust fiction. Tenderly written, superbly...

Review – The Buried Moon : Miranda and Caliban reimagined

Buried Moon
Shakespeare's plays are fodder for many adaptations. The Tempest has spawned several, with Prospero's Books and The Return To The Forbidden Planet perhaps the...