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Review: Girls @ the Soho Theatre

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REVIEW: The Libertine at The Royal Haymarket

Soma Cod Overnight Delivery “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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