Us/Them

Review – Us/Them

Few people will have imagined what it must be like for a child to stare into the face of malignant terrorism. Few people will...
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...
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Review Re-Visited: The Lion King

The opportunity to revisit, and re-review The Lion King, is a pleasant task. But this reviewer was not quite prepared for the evening of...

Sweeney Todd  – Review

Sweeney Todd     Harringtons Pie and Mash Shop, Shaftesbury Avenue      19 March 2015 Despite the fact that there is quite a lot...

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I don't remember exactly when the thought occurred to me. Perhaps when I was convinced that there had been a baby and that baby...
BU21

Review – BU21

What impresses above all with BU21 is the integrity of the writing and the performances that avoid obvious appeals to sympathy or trite emotions...

The Father – Review

There is much to be said about knowing nothing at all about a theatrical production you are about to see, apart from the comforting...
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Review – Funny Girl with Natasha Barnes

Funny Girl had a troublesome history the original time around.  The starring vehicle for Barbra Streisand, had been in development for twenty years, had...
Audra

Review – Audra McDonald in Concert and Conversation

Audra McDonald returns to the Leicester Square Theatre after her highly successful gig last year. Once again this is a short run of four...
No Man's Land

Review – No Man’s Land

When star casting works, the results can be thrilling and sublime. So it is with Harold Pinter's No Man's Land starring Sir Ian McKellan...

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Review – Onegin and Tatiana 

Onegin and Tatiana was an absorbing and very stimulating evening rather than a wholly successful one; but it certainly gave the audience many new perspectives...

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