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Review – The Cherry Orchard

Cherry
This production deserves great credit for setting its face against traditional approaches. There is a lot to be said for stripping off the varnish...

Review – Songs For Nobodies

Nobodies
As the final note of this emotional plea echoes within Wilton’s Music Hall, the capacity audience rises to its feet in joint acclaim. The...

Review – Cilla, The Musical

Cilla
Cilla - The Musical is a highly entertaining tribute to the life and music of Cilla Black and the Mersey Beat era. It sparkles...

Review – Electra

Electra
Electra is a bloody family saga that sprawls decades. It has all the tropes of Greek Tragedy: murder, power, royals, estrangement, cruelty… This bold...

Review – Thirsty

Thirsty
Despite the eclectic range of entertainment available at the Vaults it’s been a pleasant surprise to have discovered Tori Scott. What, who is Tori?...

Review – Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs 2: The Magic...

Captain
Les Petits Theatre Company return to the high seas after their successful and award-winning Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs rollicked the rigging and...

Review – Father of Lies

Father of Lies
Father of Lies glows with Biblical imagery revealed through many aspects of this supernatural play. Amongst fog, benches resembling pews and an old fashioned...

Review – Dialogues of the Carmelites

Carmelites
Dialogues of the Carmelites is a good choice for a student production – there is a fine selection of roles across the board, and...

Review – Dust

Dust
Dust is a remarkable play. Remarkable in not only its quality but also its content and style. It’s not like anything else reaching the...

Review – If I Give You More Cocaine Will You Show...

How do people exist in towns? The repetition, the lack of entertainment all teamed with mundanity, isn’t it what one rethinks upon visiting home...