Ken

Review – Ken

Ken Campbell was a true maverick – it’s a shame Ken, the play, isn’t. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the death of Ken Campbell,...
Blackout

Review – Blackout

Blackout is a fast paced ‘comedy yet unexpected thriller’ with revelations accentuating vulnerability in modern society. Within sixty minutes, random strangers aim to piece...
Grift

Review – The Grift

The Grift is an immersive, site-specific experience - part theatre and part game - staged in the opulent Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green.The...
Dietrich

Review – Dietrich : Natural Duty

There’s always something of a danger that one-man drag shows of iconic female stars become an exercise in self-indulgence, but whatever fears one may...
Guitry

Review – Sacha Guitry, My Daughter and I/Ma Fille et Moi

There is a lot to admire here, but I am sadly doubtful that Guitry will gain much traction again in this country. Most of...
Austen

Review – Austen The Musical

Although there are negatives in this production of Austen the Musical, the strong cast and narrative content lift the performance. There is much humour...
Heartbreak House

Review – Heartbreak House

Heartbreak House does not surface often and there are good reasons for that, but it would be hard to find a better case made...
Bananaman

Review – Bananaman

The audience on press night, of whatever age, seemed well satisfied, but if Bananaman is to have a life-span beyond this season of special...
Parliament

Review – Parliament Square

The quality of the acting in Parliament Square ensures a three-star rating overall, but without that this piece remains a continuously frustrating exercise that...
Joe Orton

Review – Freddie, Ted And The Death Of Joe Orton

Freddie, Ted And The Death Of Joe Orton has many virtues – set, costumes, local detail of acting and direction, and local detail of...

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