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Ian McKellen On Stage

If you want to see the kind of one man show that became legend, a show in the tradition of solo performances by Charles Laughton or John Gielgud or ev...
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The Taming of the Shrew

The new RSC production of The Taming of the Shrew is eminently worth seeing for all the right reasons and one that is arguably the wrong one. (It also...
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Kunene and the King

What a fine play is Kunene and the King! In certain moments while attending to it I worried fleetingly that it was a bit contrived, but those moments ...
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Calendar Girls

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth have created a touching and charming adaptation of the famous film. On stage the basic plot and the theme of women of a cert...
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The Rocky Horror Show

This touring incarnation of The Rocky Horror Show is pretty much everything that you would expect or want from the famous cult musical. If you detest ...
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Annie

The musical Annie is good fun. It may not be among the very greatest American musicals, but if it is of the second rank, it is at the very top of that...
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As You Like It

I was somewhat disappointed in the new production of As You Like It at the RSC in Stratford directed by Kimberley Sykes, but I was definitely in a ver...
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Kinky Boots

Kinky Boots The Musical is an excellent show both in conception and execution. The original film was very successful.  I had fears that turning it int...
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Doctor Dolittle

There are many things about this production of Doctor Dolittle that are delightful and I was in the company of many children when I saw it, children w...
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Macbeth

Rufus Norris makes this both a “Scottish” play and a contemporary one, setting his interpretation of Macbeth in a kind of Afghanistan/Syria/Middle Eas...