Reviews on London

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...

Review – Love Is Only Love

The Other Palace was host for this first outing of Love Is Only Love. I trust it won’t be the only theatre in which...

Review – The Rink

Rink
The Rink is the best revival of a musical currently playing in London. Don't let unfamiliarity with the show or its score deter you....

Review – HR Haitch

HR Haitch has a real energy to it and a lot of talent in the cast, but the framework of its setting, neither pure...

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 – 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...