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Return to the Forbidden Planet

This is the 25th anniversary revival of one of the most preposterous and unlikely musicals ever to win an Olivier Award (it beat out Miss Saigon and B...

Hope in a Ballet Shoe

Michaela DePrince was only 19 when she wrote this memoir with the help of her mother and wondered if it was not premature to undertake this task. But ...
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All My Sons

I hate giving the Talawa Theatre Company anything less than an enthusiastic review, partly because it is so important to have an all black ensemble do...
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One Man, Two Guvnors

One Man, Two Guvnors is a lovely romp of an evening in the theatre. Goldoni’s play, The Servant of Two Masters, upon which the plot is based and then ...
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Spamalot

Firmly in the tradition of not only Month Python but the kind of satirical and surreal humour that made Spike Milligan famous, there is not really a l...
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Oppenheimer

The newly commissioned play, Oppenheimer, by Tom Morton-Smith is a total triumph. Every element meshes beautifully to make a truly gripping, dramatic,...