Stony Broke In No Man’s Land – Review

The Finborough is going through a golden patch at present. Its current and continuing series of plays organized around the centenary of the First...

Dinosaur Park – Review

Dinosaur Park comes from the world of Fringe Festivals and is currently enjoying a season at the St James Theatre Studio space.  The show...

No Villain – Review

As Dorothy Fields put it in Seesaw: "It's not where you start, it's where you finish." While Arthur Miller did not finish with Death of...

Through The Mill – Review

The life of Judy Garland has been the subject of many books, plays and other theatrical works. Not long ago Peter Quilter's The End...

French Without Tears – Review

It is nearly 80 years since Terence Rattigan's French Without Tears premiered in London with a cast that included Rex Harrison, Jessica Tandy, Trevor...

SpinCycle – Review

SpinCycle     Theatre N16     26 November 2015 It’s an odd one, going to a play at Theatre N16, which, not so aptly named, is based at...

The Station Master – Review

Musicals come with an in-built requirement for the suspension of disbelief; singing instead of speaking ensures that to a degree. So workshops or staged...

Piaf – Review

In 1979, Pam Gems wrote a play about the life of Edith Piaf, the French superstar songstress whose life ended tragically in 1963. It...

The Wars Of The Roses

It was controversial before it began. As soon as the casting was announced, certain quarters, where political correctness bells must ring at five minute intervals,...

Nobody’s Business – Review

You have to hand it to the King’s Head Theatre. It programmes an astonishing smorgasbord of new work and revivals, it pays its performers,...

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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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