Rat Pack

Review – The Rat Pack: Live From Las Vegas

Whatever reservations there are at various points during The Rat Pack: Live From Las Vegas, the real authenticity that counts is the quality of...
Dick

Review – Dick Whittington

I doubt there is a funnier show in town. Dick Whittington is sheer delight, a smutty, silly, sparkly and very shiny example of "good old family...
Win Against History

Review – How To Win Against History

How To Win Against History is the kind of wildly inventive, occasionally funny, desperate-to-be-groundbreaking, but frustratingly pointless, production which attracts fringe festival attendees in...
Jamie

Review – Everbody’s Talking About Jamie

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie reverberates with messages for contemporary society where tolerance and acceptance are often drowned in societal and cultural mores. It’s the...
Coriolanus

Review – Coriolanus

Ultimately this production of Coriolanus does not deserve either a decisive thumbs up or thumbs down, but there is still a sense of missed...
Red Lion

Review – The Red Lion

Unusually for a new play in London, The Red Lion concerns a topic that is of great interest to a large section of the...
Romantics

Review – Romantics Anonymous

Romantics Anonymous is an amalgamation of all things good in theatre. A wonderful story well told in theatrical arts by outstanding practitioners of the...

Review – Venus In Fur

There could scarcely be a better time for a West End production of David Ives' Venus In Fur than now when Harvey Weinstein's sexual power...
Toxic Avenger

Review – The Toxic Avenger

The Toxic Avenger is a musical that just about eats itself, as well as the audience, as it voraciously grabs every possibility for madness...
Grand Mort

Review – Le Grand Mort

You can count on one hand contemporary dramas centred on the particular issue of loneliness, and its complex causes, in modern relationships between gay...

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