3.0★ ★ ★
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The Collector

Mark Healy adapts for the stage John Fowles’ classic novel which tells the story of Frederick, a butterfly collector, who after falling in love with M...
Titus Andronicus at Rose Playhouse
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Titus Andronicus

Titus Andronicus is one of Shakespeare’s most notorious plays – a lot of companies just avoid it because of its extremely violent scenes. Luvas Theatr...
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Beacons

Beacons at the always invigorating Park Theatre is a three-hander about the power of love and the importance of family. This is a well-written play by...
3.0★ ★ ★
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If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me

One thing can be certain about this new production at the Young Vic: it is visually impressive! Even from the moment you enter the auditorium you cann...
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Scarborough

Fictive Theatre presented its own take on Fiona Evans’ engaging play Scarborough and gave us a rather strong performance. The play tells the story of ...
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Linda

Penelope Skinner’s Linda is a tremendously strong piece of new writing, and a bold comment about how sexist our society still is. The protagonist’s wo...
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The Mikado

Jonathan Miller’s hilarious production of The Mikado is certainly one worth seeing. This iconic production returns to the ENO’s Coliseum to celebrate ...
2.0★ ★
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Master of the Macabre

Master of the Macabre is Benedict Barber’s first solo stage show, but unfortunately not as impressive or terrifying as the performer himself states in...