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Avenue Q

Having heard much about this Broadway and West End hit, and seemingly one of the few audience members here not to have seen it during previous runs, m...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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The Spalding Suite

Many hands and creative minds have gone into making The Spalding Suite the eclectic production it is. What makes this fact quite so remarkable is the ...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Sing For Your Life

VAULT FESTIVAL 2015 Oh so much promise for weirdness and wonder! How could a musical performed by taxidermy animal puppets be anything but? Sing Fo...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Jurassic Park

Quite frankly who doesn’t want to go and see a 90’s cinema classic staged by a company who’ve been described as ‘fluid and faultless’ and have had mor...
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Lie Collector

THE VAULT FESTIVAL 2015 I think I’m in love with Yve Blake. I think you will be too if you go and see Lie Collector. She enters the stage wearing a...
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4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Big Sean, Mikey and Me

THE VAULT FESTIVAL 2015 Not much is given away by the blurb for Ruaraidh Murray’s 2012 Edinburgh Fringe hit, Big Sean, Mikey and Me. Photo and tagl...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Theatre Ad Infinitum – Light

LONDON INTERNATIONAL MIME FESTIVAL 2015 Back in the heady days of August 2014, I reviewed Light for Playstosee.com at the Edinburgh fringe and was ...
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Dr Brown Trilogy: Because

Dr Brown returns to Soho Theatre with his previously performed and highly acclaimed solo clown shows Because, Becaves and Bedfrgth and this time he’s ...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Private View

Private View by Sussex Uni grads Plunge Theatre is a daring attempt at staging familiar, yet oh-so-relevant, discussions around the objectification of...
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Antigone

An ancient Greek text finds an updated voice in Roy Williams’ and Pilot Theatre’s adaptation of Antigone, and it is one that no doubt speaks loudly to...