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3.0★ ★ ★
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A Handful Of Stars

In a quiet, secluded corner of Battersea, Theatre 503 aims to source new and innovative material. In a more recent move the Second Look initiative has...
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Under Milk Wood

Dylan Thomas’ “play for voices” introduces the audience to the residents of Llareggub, a small Welsh town by the sea, exploring their lives and though...
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Object of My Affection

Artistic Director David Murley follows Tamara Rojo’s lead with The Object of My Affection. The title is a neat pun and the first time that MurleyDance...
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Smashed – Gandini Juggling

If juggling brings to mind struggling street performers or the circus,Smashed will change that and leave you entertained, impressed, perplexed and una...
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2.0★ ★
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An Inspector Calls

Don’t stammer and yammer at me again, man. I’m losing all patience with you people, cries the Inspector during the long and miserably slow second act ...
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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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Lucifer Saved

Lucifer Saved is a new play written by Peter Oswald, whose writing credits include writer-in-residence at the Globe Theatre and work performed at the ...
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Privacy

There’s a fine line between privacy and secrecy. According to at least one of the collection of learned interviewees whose words have been worked into...
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Best Of Friends

Best of Friends, which is slated to run at The Landor in Clapham until 10th May, was due to have hit The Arts Theatre in the heart of the West End las...