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Murder for Two

Much is made in the programme for Murder for Two – the show which has just ensconced itself for Christmas at The Other Palace’s downstairs studio - ab...
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The Double Dealer

The Double Dealer is one of those plays that you rarely have the chance to see on stage. Written in 1693 by William Congreve, it is indeed rarely perf...
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Sleeping Beauty

Theatre Royal Stratford East's 'Sleeping Beauty' is a roaring, gorgeous piece of work, balancing the gaudy license of traditional panto with some trul...
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Nativity! The Musical

My first description of Nativity! The Musical, if I had to give a fifteen second elevator pitch, would be to say this: Monty Python meets St Trinian’s...
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La Bohème

This well-known and long-standing opera has truly stood the test time; even though this is the fourth revival of Miller’s adaptation, La Bohème still ...
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Dirty Dancing

The material is not to everyone’s taste, so stay away if you hated the film. But interestingly, this was not an exact clone of the movie (though prett...
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Club Briefs

The disreputable cousin of Briefs : Close Encounters, this late night show is an even less likely venue to take your maiden aunt to, or a card-carryin...
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Wendy and Peter Pan

The traditional story of Peter Pan about the boy who refuses to grow up, and his adventures with Wendy Darling and her brothers in Neverland, is well ...