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Review: I FOUND MY HORN, Riverside Studios

by Cheryl Markosky - June 01, 2023

In a new revival of I Found My Horn at west London’s Riverside Studios – co-written by Jonathan Guy Lewis and Jasper Rees, both lapsed horn players ­­– the audience is provided with ample reasons to think about taking up that violin, double bass or even fiendishly tricky French horn again....

Review: RE-MEMBER ME, Hampstead Theatre

by Franco Milazzo - June 01, 2023

Athletes have the Olympics. Chefs have Michelin stars. Actors have Hamlet. Citius, altius, fortius, Danish. In his one-man show Re-member Me (co-devised and directed by Jan Willem Van Den Bosch), Dickie Beau ponders death, mortality and legacy but not in a morbid way; it’s less a shoegazing mope and...

Review: THE SHAPE OF THINGS, Park Theatre

by Abbie Grundy - May 31, 2023

Neil LaBute's, The Shape of Things is a black comedy that centres itself around the life of Adam, an awkward (and often naive) literature student, as he embarks upon his first serious relationship with Evelyn, a cooler, edgier postgrad who enters his life with the sole purpose of disrupting it. ...

Review: 2:22 - A GHOST STORY, Apollo Theatre

by Imogen Usherwood - May 31, 2023

As this well-oiled West End machine arrives at a fifth venue with a new cast, it remains a clever and spine-chilling piece of theatre...

Review: 30 AND OUT, Pleasance, London

by Cindy Marcolina - May 31, 2023

It’s an eclectic, tragically funny show. Interviews with lesbians intertwine with Kit’s own experience, gliding through verbatim and poetry to paint a picture of sapphic innocence and quiet subversion. Charismatic and quick-witted, she explores the concepts that make up queerness, betraying a certai...


by Kat Mokrynski - May 31, 2023

Who broke their foot the last time they were in Peter Pan Goes Wrong? What was it like to work with Neil Patrick Harris? What are American audiences like versus those in the UK? Mischief Makers: Peter Pan Goes Wrong - Broadway Part 1 answers all of these questions and more!...

Review: HEAD FIRST ACROBATS: GODZ AND ARRR WE THERE YET?!, Brighton Fringe Spiegeltent

by Franco Milazzo - May 30, 2023

Nudity, profanity and hilarity: Head First Acrobats present a new holy trinity in Godz as well as an exciting children's show in Arrr We There Yet?!...

Review: BLACK PANTHER IN CONCERT, Royal Albert Hall

by Cindy Marcolina - May 28, 2023

Conducted by Anthony Parnther (isn’t that the perfect name to lead this specific venture?), this European premiere features Massamba Diop on the talking drum, an instrument essential to the score. Diop, who performed the original tracks for director Ryan Coogler, is a force of nature. After a beauti...


by Franco Milazzo - May 27, 2023

Few words grab the attention like murder. And few genres outside immersive theatre can pull you physically into a specific time and place. So why aren’t there more immersive murder productions like this one?...


by Cindy Marcolina - May 27, 2023

All in all, the evening is like a group session with no guarantees of being called out or receiving answers. Believers will believe, sceptics won’t. Without going into Michael’s “gift”, the two hours are, unfortunately, rather dull. He jumps straight in between tongue-in-cheek jokes and an entertain...


Summer Theatre Sale: Tickets from £35 for THE BOOK OF MORMON Photo

Summer Theatre Sale: Tickets from £35 for THE BOOK OF MORMON

Summer Theatre Sale: Save up to 53% on GUYS & DOLLS at the Bridge Theatre Photo

Summer Theatre Sale: Save up to 53% on GUYS & DOLLS at the Bridge Theatre

Summer Theatre Sale: Tickets from £25 for 42ND STREET at Sadler's Wells Photo

Summer Theatre Sale: Tickets from £25 for 42ND STREET at Sadler's Wells

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