UK Reviews

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Don Giovanni

Don Juan is a well-known legend whose legacy has remained owing predominantly to all its many variations and adaptations. This Spanish tale has been t...
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Werther

Can you imagine your novel being universally admired throughout Europe and wherever Western Culture prevailed as the most popular of the time? Well, e...
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Macbeth

I am a fan of Paul Hart’s work as a director and have previously enjoyed very much his approach to Shakespeare plays as well as his innovative musical...
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Maria Callas, The Black Pearl

Federica Nardacci’s monologue brings to life the thoughts and feelings of Maria Callas’s butler, Ferruccio Mezzadri. Through a stream-of-consciousness...
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Pride and Prejudice (Sort Of)

Can one really review any adaptation of Pride and Prejudice without some kind of variation on truths universally acknowledged? Probably, so I decided ...
2.0★ ★
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Amsterdam

This new play is a joint production between the Orange Tree Theatre and the Actors Touring Company. It is also Matthew Xia’s first production as artis...
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Humans

Circa ensemble’s show, Humans, is something very, very special. Circa ensemble’s description of its show is simple; 10 acrobats take the audience on a...
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What Girls Are Made Of

So, what are girls made of? Not sugar and spice and all things nice, anyway. They are made of sterner stuff, if Cora Bissett is anything to go by. ...
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A Doll’s House

A Doll’s House remains one of Ibsen’s masterpieces, and certainly one of his most performed plays throughout the world. When it premiered at...
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Tango Motion

Tango Motion, bills itself as a journey into the heart of Tango Argentino. The show itself consists of a four-piece tango orchestra, Tango Siempre, pl...