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Alice in Wonderland

When eleven year old Alice has an argument with her mum on the platform at Brixton tube station she jumps aboard the train through the sliding doors i...
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Life’s a Drag

A young woman bounces onto the stage full of energy and dances her heart out. From then on, this one-women show takes off and keeps its momentum throu...
3.0★ ★ ★
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HERE

With a nod to the ‘kitchen-sink dramas’ of the 1960s, Here is set in a dreary kitchen somewhere in the West Midlands, a setting for family arguments a...
3.0
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A Dead Body in Taos

A body has been found in the desert outside Taos, New Mexico.  It is identified, cremated and the ashes scattered.  But is the person who inhabited it...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Coral

The Finborough Theatre continues its remarkable remit of presenting only work which has not been seen in London during the last 25 years.  In this cas...
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House of Flamenka

I was not sure what to expect of an evening of Flamenco dancing but this was not it. Enter 19 young men dancing their hearts out in a magnificent feat...
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South Pacific

Anyone who is a fan of the film South Pacific approaches a new production with some trepidation. Will it be as good? Will the actors pull it off? Will...
2.0★ ★
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Sorry We Didn’t Die at Sea

An entirely black and bare stage replicates the interior of a container where three migrants are crossing an ocean. The only props are the things they...
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FOLK

Having been grounded in folk singing at Wigan folk clubs, I wondered why men were always singing the songs (except for me). Now I find from this play ...
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No Particular Order

With minimal stage effects and only four actors, No Particular Order takes on the massive task of coming to terms with the horrors of war recurring at...