Category: Theatre review

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Review: Much Ado About Nothing, East London Shakespeare Festival

Much enamoured of East London Shakespeare Festival’s Much Ado About Nothing, a wonderfully family-friendly take on the…

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Review: Drop The Dead Donkey: The Reawakening!, Richmond Theatre

Thirty years on from the TV show, Drop The Dead Donkey: The Reawakening! reunites much of the…

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Review: Kiss Me, Kate, Barbican

I’m not sure Jesus, Mary, Joseph or the wee donkey can help us here with Kiss Me,…

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Review: Much Ado About Nothing, Moving Parts Theatre

Lots of interesting ideas in Moving Parts Theatre’s production of Much Ado About Nothing, touring outdoor venues…

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Review: JULIE: The Musical, The Other Palace

My second musical about Julie D’Aubigny, JULIE: The Musical has some moments of real punkish energy at…

Posted in Hampstead Theatre Theatre Theatre review

Review: The Harmony Test, Hampstead Theatre

Blessed with a great supporting performance from Jemima Rooper, The Harmony Test strikes a strong chord downstairs…

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Review: Babies, The Other Palace

Who’s a pretty excellent new musical then? Babies might just make you go goo-goo ga-ga at The…

Posted in Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Theatre review

Review: All’s Well That Ends Well, Shakespeare in the Squares

Summer means it is outdoor Shakespeare time even if it isn’t that warm of an evening yet,…

Posted in Camden People's Theatre LGBTQ+ Theatre Theatre review

Review: GRILLS, Camden People’s Theatre

A fascinating slice of underexplored social history, GRILLS speaks volubly to the LGBTQIA+ experience at Camden People’s…