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Walk on, walk on, with hope in your heart, and you’ll never walk alone.”  With those words of encouragement, in a song familiar to us all, there comes...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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District 6: Our Buckingham Palace

Between now and 12th July the studio theatre at Jermyn Street near Piccadilly Circus, small in size but big in the range of its work, is hosting a Sou...
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The Confessions of Gordon Brown

First performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2013 and subsequently transferred to the Trafalgar Studios in Whitehall, this mordant political satire ma...
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Blues in the Night

From the first warbling blue note of the saxophone solo that opened the show, it was clear that something special was in store.  Right enough, the thr...
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On Tidy Endings

A long queue snaked its way from Cambridge Circus, in the heart of London’s Theatreland, round the corner into Earlham Street, and round another corne...
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Songs from my Trunk

Walk through the Edwardian opulence of the Hippodrome in Leicester Square – past the baccarat, the poker and the roulette tables, for the Hippodrome i...
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A Spoonful of Sherman

Come to the cabaret, old chum, was the refrain I was singing in the bath this morning.  The feel-good factor had persisted from last night’s performan...
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Cool Rider

This reviewer is such a recent convert to the mobile telephone that he forgets to switch his off at the appropriate times. As he sat in the packed sta...