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REVIEW: Nautilus at London International Mime Festival

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REVIEW: Tipping Point at London International Mime Festival

cheap Soma overnight delivery Ockham’s Razor presents their new show Tipping Point produced by Turtle Key Arts, as part of London’s International Mime...

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REVIEW: Marcel at London International Mime Festival

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REVIEW: P’yongyang at Finborough Theatre

Finborough Theatre add another production to their ground breaking repertoire of global story telling. This season...

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Review: Beacons Metro Festival 2015

Over the last two and a bit months, Beacons Metro festival has been hosting gigs around Leeds for its inaugural year of...

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REVIEW: Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not opens a window into Imperial Britain’s dark soul. It tells the story of the thousands of children who were...

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REVIEW: Cymbeline at the Shakespeare’s Globe

A heady fairytale of love and loss and death set in ancient Britain, Cymbeline is a strange play. For one thing, it’s not...

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REVIEW: wonder.land at National Theatre

This year marks 150 years since Alice in Wonderland was first introduced to children and adults alike. Lewis Carroll’s book has...

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REVIEW: The Homecoming at Trafalgar Studios

John Simm steals the show in Jamie Lloyd’s 50th anniversary revival of The Homecoming, an enduringly enigmatic,...

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REVIEW: A Christmas Carol at The Rose Theatre, Kingston

N.B. My mother was born on Christmas day and holds the entire festive season in child-like esteem. Early in November she dusts...

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Being A Man 2015: From Suicide to Sex

This year’s Being A Man festival at Southbank was an  intense examination of masculinity. In an attempt to deconstruct the...

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REVIEW: Alice in Wonderland at The British Library

It’s been 150 years this month since Charles Dodgson, aka Lewis Carroll, first took us tumbling down the rabbit hole into the...

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REVIEW: Waste at the National Theatre

A fantastic cast breaths life into Waste, Harley Granville Barker’s once scandalous play, now slipping dangerously close to...

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REVIEW: Of Mice and Men at National Theatre Live

From 19th November, National Theatre Live broadscasts Anna Shapiro’s hit broadway production Of Mice and Men. Bringing you...

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REVIEW: Consensual

Consensual, a newly devised work written by Evan Placey alongside the National Youth Theare, is a play draped in grey. The first...

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