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The Hallé Orchestra

This Thursday night, I was able to take a break from the metropolis and its own soundscape of cackling cars, beeping horns, building sites and markets...
Lawrence After Arabia Hampstead Theatre
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Lawrence After Arabia

As the centenary of the Arab Revolt (1916-1918), it seems appropriate for writer Howard Brenton to bring the courageous tale of Capt. Thomas Edward La...
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Russian Dolls

Russian Dolls, winner of the Adrian Pagan award in 2015, is a tale of affection and female empowerment. Hilda, Stephanie Fayerman, a blind seventy-som...
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Reasons to be Happy

Do you have what it takes to be happy? In Neil LaBute’s second addition to a triptych of romantic comedies, (the third, Reasons to be Pretty Happy, ha...
2.0★ ★
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The Old Image of Being Loved

The Old Image of Being Loved is an interesting concept but doesn’t quite live up to expectations. This performance is a theatrical event where the aud...
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Balancing Acts

Another addition to the Sprint Festival at Camden People’s Theatre in Euston, Balancing Acts offers a touching and enlightening account of mental illn...
2.0★ ★
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Walk With Me

Listen. We’re all scared. We’re all in this together: a striking remark, yet one we’re all too familiar with. This Thursday evening, we really were...
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Firebird

Far from a Sunny Afternoon, Firebird, a dark, eye-opening account of the Rochdale child-trafficking scandal, returns to the stage. Originally a sell-o...
3.0★ ★ ★
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This Is Not A Drill

This Is Not A Drill is truly a whirlwind of a spectacle; sometimes in a good way, sometimes less so. Performed by the BA (Hons) Acting students from t...