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The Tempest

The Tempest is one of Shakespeare’s best-loved plays, and once again the tiny Jermyn Street Theatre has proved that small can be beautiful and the ver...
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The Red Shoes

It takes more than a spot of Coronavirus to keep the crowds away from the New Wimbledon Theatre. There were few empty seats on the opening night of th...
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Corpse!

A ”brilliant comedy thriller”, according to the New York Post. So it says on the programme, and I don’t mind borrowing that accolade. Just around the ...
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On Your Feet!

The audience were not saying “On your bike!” to On Your Feet! In fact, the entire audience were on their feet at the end of the show, swaying to the i...
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The Dog Walker

The small and intimate Jermyn Street Theatre was completely packed on Valentine’s Night, but there were perhaps not many courting couples in the audie...
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MUSIK: The Billie Trix Story

Billie Trix is an outrageous character who emerged from the 2001 musical Closer to Heaven, a collaboration between Jonathan Harvey and the most succes...
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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Your reviewer doesn’t have much sense of direction, and even with the help of an A-Z Map he had difficulty finding his way from Tower Hill station to ...
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Curtains : A Musical Whodunnit

I had never heard of Curtains before, and the by-line A Musical Whodunnit did not fill me with hope. But as the band played the overture to Act One (I...
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Cinderella

“The fairy godmother of all pantomimes” is what the blurb says, and no doubt about it, that’s absolutely right! Cinderella is a wonderful blend of the...