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REVIEW: The Man in The Woman’s Shoes

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REVIEW: My Father, Odysseus at Unicorn Theatre

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REVIEW: RUN at New Diorama Theatre

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REVIEW: Venturing Beyond: Graffiti and the Everyday Utopias of the Street launch

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REVIEW: Every One at Battersea Arts Centre

A universal tale told through a domestic lens, the English premiere of Jo Clifford’s Every One squeezes a plethora of global...

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REVIEW: Cleansed at The National Theatre

Sarah Kane has had a controversial past to say the least. There was outrage at her first theatrical offering, Blasted! and though...

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REVIEW: The Tempest at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

The last time that The Tempest came to The Globe was in the May of 2013, when an evening sun blazed down over the wooden ‘O’...

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REVIEW: The Winter’s Tale at The Globe

The Winter’s Tale holds within it many tales. It is a tale of families and inheritances; a tale of damnation and redemption; a...

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REVIEW: Imran Qureshi’s Miniature Paintings at the Barbican

The Barbican’s Curve Gallery has just opened the first London exhibition of Imran Qureshi, the Pakistani artist who is...

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REVIEW: One Under at VAULT Festival

Personal Mental Health should be a priority for everyone. The NHS and several different organisations have made talking about...

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REVIEW: The Devil Speaks True at VAULT Festival

Macbeth remains one of Shakespeare’s most popular works, making the rounds in many different forms. But this year the Scottish...

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REVIEW: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom at National Theatre

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom; a play set in the roaring 1920’s in Chicago, about real-life singer Ma Rainey, and her swinging...

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REVIEW: King Lear at Blackwells Norrington Room

The Norrington Room hidden at the very back of Blackwells’ Oxford bookshop consists of winding bookcases forming an almost...

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REVIEW: The M.M.O.R.P.G Show at VAULT Festival

The dank cavernous tunnels of the Vaults under Waterloo Station are the perfect setting for a show that revolves around...

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REVIEW: Nightwatchers at Tower of London

Nightwatchers is back at the tower of London for its second run. An immersive and interactive media production commissioned by...

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