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Review: Girls @ the Soho Theatre

This is the story of three best friends negotiating the treacherous landscape of girlhood. Ideas of love, sex, religion and...

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REVIEW: The Libertine at The Royal Haymarket

“You will not like me,” warns Dominic Cooper as John Wilmot, the Second Earl of Rochester, in the opening moments of The...

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REVIEW: Labyrinth at the Hampstead Theatre

Banks. Frauds. Debts. Labyrinth, now showing at the Hampstead Theatre,  tells the story of the Latin American debt crisis of the...

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REVIEW: The Collector at The Vaults

Portman and Loveless show promise, but are swamped by a poor adaptation of John Fowles’ 1960’s novel. In an improbable...

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REVIEW: If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You at The Old Red Lion

As you walk into the theatre above the Old Red Lion you are greeted by a roof complete with tiles, chimney, drain pipe and the...

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REVIEW: Much Ado About Nothing by the FACTION at Selfridges

No, you have not misread the location. FACTION’s new version of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, takes place in...

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REVIEW: Heloise Werner – Scenes from the End

There isn’t much that can prepare you for what you will experience from soprano star Heloise Werner’s Scenes from the End,...

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REVIEW: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at The National Theatre

Describing Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour as a musical about a convent-school choir is a bit like describing Tracey Emin’s My...

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Wunderfinger at the Wonderground

If religion is the opiate of the masses, then Cabaret is the opiate of the disillusioned. Those who want an escape from the...

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REVIEW: Fury at Soho Theatre

Sam is a 25-year-old single mother of two living on a council estate. In the flat above her lives country-bumpkin Tom, a...

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REVIEW: Now We Are Here at the Young Vic

Now We Are Here at the Young Vic is part of a sudden rush of plays about refugees appearing on the London stage. It follows the...

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REVIEW: BARBU Takes up residence on the Southbank

The latest gleeful romp in a series of Cirque Alfonse productions, BARBU has taken up residency on London’s Southbank, offering...

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REVIEW: Queens of Syria at The Young Vic

Thirteen women wearing hijabs and niqabs walk to the middle of a sparse black stage. They stand like a choir facing the audience...

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REVIEW: 1984 at the Playhouse Theatre

George Orwell’s first rule for avoiding stale writing was: “Never use a metaphor, simile or other figure of speech which you...

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REVIEW: Hysteria at Hampstead Theatre

The location of this particular theatrical masterpiece was the Hampstead Theatre, quite frankly, the most perfect location....

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