Five Finger Exercise – Review

In the programme for his production of Five Finger Exercise, now playing at Notting Hill's Coronet Theatre, director Jamie Glover confesses: For years I have...

You Tweet My Face Space – Review

What do you get when you put 10 recent graduates from Drama school into a new work written by one of their own about a subject...

Review – In The Heights

If there were a sub-genre of Musical Theatre known as Exuberant Dance Feel Good then In The Heights would be one of the exemplars of that...

Botallack O’Clock – Review

Botallack O’Clock is an abstract portrait in the dramatic medium of the painter Roger Hilton, a pioneer of abstract painting in Britain in the...

Big Brother Blitzkreig – Review

Timing is everything. That is a maxim about theatrical matters which kept coming to mind while watchiong the Bitter Pill Theatre Company’s production of Big...

The Long Road South – Review

In the programme for the production of The Long Road South, now playing at the King’s Head Theatre, the theatre’s Artistic Director, Adam Spreadbury-Maher,...

The Fear and Misery of the Third Reich – Review

Phil Willmot’s adaptation of Brecht’s The Fear and Misery of the Third Reich is currently playing at the Union Theatre, London until 30th January. Brecht...

African Gothic – Review

It might be the Gingerbread House from Hansel and Gretel. Except there is no Gingerbread. But it is ramshackle and obviously full of secrets. ...

Jekyll and Hyde – Review

There is plenty of beautiful music in this version of the classic tale by Robert Louis Stevenson, but do not sit in sublime expectation...

Grey Gardens – Review

My whole life was music and song. It made up for everything Edie Beale. The UK premiere of Grey Gardens is an offbeat and complex musical...

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Saturday, Sunday, Monday

This new production of Saturday, Sunday, Monday puts a venerable war-horse through a striking new set of paces reflecting great credit on ensemble values...

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