Tag: Zak Nemorin

Posted in Theatre Theatre review VAULT Festival

Review: All Quiet on the Western Front, VAULT Festival

Incognito Theatre Company present a powerful and physical take on All Quiet on the Western Front at…

Posted in LGBT+ Musicals Theatre VAULT Festival

2020 VAULT Festival – 20 shows to see

Insofar as it is humanly possible for any one person to know everything that is happening at…

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The finalists of The Offies 2020

  The finalists for the 2020 Offies (for performances in 2019) have been announced and congratulations to…

Posted in Musicals Theatre Theatre review Union Theatre

Review: Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Union Theatre

Some cracking choreography and two barnstorming lead performances make Gentlemen Prefer Blondes a musical treat at the…

Posted in Theatre Theatre review VAULT Festival

Review: Tobacco Road, VAULT Festival

Playing like an unofficial adaptation of Peaky Blinders, Incognito Theatre’s Tobacco Road is a mixed bag at…

Posted in Musicals Theatre VAULT Festival

2019 VAULT Festival – 20 shows to see

With less than a week to go before the 2019 VAULT Festival opens, I wade my way…

Posted in Leeds Playhouse Musicals Not-London Terry Johnson Theatre UK

Review: Strictly Ballroom, West Yorkshire Playhouse

“I don’t know if you are illusion” Hoping for a ten from Len and to avoid the dreaded…

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Review: High Society, Old Vic

“Not bad for a 35 year old” Kevin Spacey’s swansong as artistic director at the Old Vic…

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Re-reviews: Di and Viv and Rose / Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

“It was a ball, it was a blast It was a shame it couldn’t last” A half-term…