UK Reviews

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Cendrillon

Cendrillon is Jules Massenet’s late nineteenth-century version of the Cinderella story, which takes the gist of the fami...
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While the Sun Shines

This revival of While the Sun Shines, a 1943 comedy by playwright Terrence Rattigan, is high-spirited and brilliantly fu...
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Amendments

The New Wimbledon Theatre is running a programme called From the Fringe in its small Studio from 4th to 22nd June, with ...
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Afterglow

Find three reviews of Afterglow below - by Tim Hochstrasser, Emma Burnell and Richard Voyce. Afterglow enjoyed a very...

International Reviews

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The Great Novel

There exists plenty of lore about writers who get haunted by literary greats to finish their works. (Tales of Alexander ...
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Julie Madly Deeply

In the program, 59E59 Theaters artistic director Val Day describes this show as “infectiously joyous.” I couldn’t think ...
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Sleep No More

The McKittrick Hotel is dark. It’s one of the first things you must adapt to if you are to make your way in the world th...
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Handbagged

The structure of England is a peculiar one: The monarchy represents the Commonwealth, while the Prime Minister dictate...

Interviews

Jonathan Kent in conversation with Rivka Jacobson He is a director extraordinaire, seeking to challenge the audience wi...

Features

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Queereteria TV

Queereteria TV is the latest theatrical development in the life of Andy Bell’s melancholy and salacious stage persona To...