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by Katie Kirkpatrick - September 29, 2023

Body Show is an apocalyptic, gender-bending, drag-infused spectacular tackling dysphoria and eating disorders head-on. Fresh from their hit Fringe run, individual performance artists Frankie Thompson (Catts) and Liv Ello (Swarm) bring their collaborative show to London, presenting something both tho...

Review: QUIZ, Chichester Festival Theatre

by Gary Naylor - September 29, 2023

Did they do it? It's a 50/50 and you decide. And you have a lot of fun getting there too....

Review: CLOSE UP - THE TWIGGY MUSICAL, Menier Chocolate Factory

by Alice Cope - September 28, 2023

Written and directed by Ben Elton, Close Up: The Twiggy Musical is fast paced jukebox biopic of the iconic Twiggy is a moving but entirely relatable story; although she is an international superstar, her life portrayed within this show highlights some of the more personal moments....

Review: PICTURE A DAY LIKE THIS, Royal Opera House

by Alexander Cohen - September 28, 2023

George Benjamin's slick new opera plays at the Royal Opera House after a critically acclaimed run at Festival d'Aix-en-Provence...

Review: SHREK: THE MUSICAL, New Wimbledon Theatre

by Abbie Grundy - September 27, 2023

The touring production of Shrek The Musical brings the fairy-tale-inspired story to life....

Review: THE STANDARD SHORT LONG DROP, The Vanguard, Camden

by Cindy Marcolina - September 28, 2023

Rachel Garnet’s new play is the chance to explore workers’ rights and mortality. It’s a tense black comedy, jam-packed with philosophical arguments and tied together by Natasha Rickman’s controlled vision. It’s, however, in spite of the pair of razor-sharp performances, a tad too lengthy to hit righ...

Review: WOODHILL, Shoreditch Town Hall

by Cindy Marcolina - September 27, 2023

The verbatim script is thoroughly chilling. Rough poetry and arresting repetition guide the audience in a world of state-mandated violence, carried out not by the criminals but by the officers and staff who are meant to keep them safe. The fear, desperation, and frustration of those involved in the ...

Review: OCTOPOLIS, Hampstead Theatre

by Katie Kirkpatrick - September 26, 2023

Octopolis is an intimate two-hander that initially feels small-scale but reveals itself to be about vastly expansive ideas - essentially about the very concept of humanity. Marek Horn’s writing is probing and incisive, shifting from extended paragraphs of anthropological theory to funny innuendo and...

Review: UNBELIEVABLE, Criterion Theatre

by Aliya Al-Hassan - September 27, 2023

Derren Brown calls his new production, Unbelievable, 'the magic show I've always wanted to see'. It's not only a show without Brown himself, but crucially (with the exception of Simon Lipkin) it is a magic show not performed by professional magicians. In fact, many members of their cast are making t...


by Aliya Al-Hassan - September 25, 2023

There is a lot that works here; an obvious and careful attention to detail being one. The meticulous recreation of James Brown's stage catsuit, event posters and haircuts feels thoughtful.  The three-day music festival that featured James Brown, Miriam Makeba and Celia Cruz showcases some brilliant ...


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