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BWW Review: SHUCK 'N' JIVE, Soho Theatre PhotoBWW Review: SHUCK 'N' JIVE, Soho Theatre
Posted: Oct. 5, 2019


BWW Interview: Lloyd Owen Talks NOISES OFF at the Garrick Theatre PhotoLloyd Owen Talks NOISES OFF
Posted: Oct. 2, 2019


BWW Review: TRANSLATIONS, National Theatre PhotoBWW Review: TRANSLATIONS, National Theatre
Posted: Oct. 22, 2019


BWW Interview: Isobel Waller-Bridge Talks BLOOD WEDDING and FLEABAG PhotoBWW Interview: Isobel Waller-Bridge Talks BLOOD WEDDING and FLEABAG
Posted: Sep. 25, 2019


BWW Review: A HISTORY OF WATER IN THE MIDDLE EAST, Royal Court PhotoBWW Review: A HISTORY OF WATER IN THE MIDDLE EAST, Royal Court
Posted: Oct. 15, 2019


BWW Review: BLOOD WEDDING, Young Vic PhotoBWW Review: BLOOD WEDDING, Young Vic
Posted: Sep. 26, 2019


EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: LONDON HUGHES: TO CATCH A D*CK, Pleasance Courtyard
August 12, 2019

Hughes' highball energy will make this hour of comedy pass in the blink of an eye.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: CONSPIRACY, Underbelly
August 12, 2019

A powder keg of stupefaction and anxiety. Three people - Rose Wardlaw, Azan Ahmed and Shannon Hayes - explore their conspiracy theories around the famous 1932 photo of 11 builders precariously eating their lunch atop the Rockefeller Centre.

BWW Review: ELEANOR MORTON: POST-MORTON, The Stand Comedy Club
August 12, 2019

Eleanor Morton is aloof you can't help but warm to her not-quite-but-nearly deadpan attitude, but the comedian treads some already pretty-well trodden comedy ground.

EDINBURGH 2019: BWW Review: WHAT GIRLS ARE MADE OF, Assembly Hall
August 12, 2019

Darlingheart's Cora Bissett is an ex-indie rocker whose star rose, but fell, 25 years ago. Firmly in the sky again, she revives What Girls Are Made Of  for another spell at the Fringe

BWW Interview: Bill Ward Discusses EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE
August 1, 2019

Known in soap-land for his roles as villain Charlie Stubbs in Coronation Street and farmer James Barton in Emmerdale, Bill Ward talks to us about walking a mile in four-inch stilettos as he takes over the role of Hugo/Loco Chanelle from RuPaul's Drag Race star Bianca Del Rio.

BWW Review: JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, Barbican
July 9, 2019

It was the 2016 Regent's Park production that landed Jesus its first Olivier Award, for Best Theatre Revival. It's this version that has now made its way to the Barbican and (sorry, not sorry): THANK HEAVENS.

BWW Interview: Clare Perkins Talks SWEAT at Gielgud Theatre
July 4, 2019

Sweat, by Lynn Nottage, is based on interviews with steelworkers' of a small town in Pennsylvania. The play has transferred to the West End Gielgud Theatre after a sold-out, critically acclaimed run at Donmar Warehouse. We chat to Clare Perkins, who plays Cynthia.

BWW Review: ON YOUR FEET!, London Coliseum
June 28, 2019

On Your Feet! weaves the songs Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine into the 'coming up' story of the Cuban-American artist.

BWW Interview: Paul Miller Talks WHILE THE SUN SHINES at Orange Tree Theatre
June 13, 2019

Artistic Director of Orange Tree Theatre, Paul Miller, talks about staging Terence Rattigan's comedy While the Sun Shines, a play about 'making hay' in the London Blitz.

BWW Review: BRONX GOTHIC, Young Vic
June 6, 2019

A theatrical experience of dance, movement and spoken word. Performer Okwui Okpokwasili tells the story of her childhood experience of growing up in the Bronx.



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