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Six

The musical Six is a joyous, energetic and riotous cross between a girl band pop concert and a feature length episode of BBC children’s history show, ...
2.0★ ★
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A Museum in Baghdad

The idea of A Museum in Baghdad is a strong one, and one that interests me a lot. The production of this new play by Hannah Khalil is highly professio...
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The Lovely Bones

I have to report that the stage production of The Lovely Bones (from the hugely successful novel by Alice Sebold, adapted by Bryony Lavery) is one of ...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Ballet Black

Ballet Black’s autumn show has something for everyone.  Ballet Black is a professional ballet company for dancers of Asian and black descent.  Set up ...
2.0★ ★
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The Storm

It’s a tough old gig being in the contemporary dance business. For audiences though, it’s a golden age. The genre is being pushed to its limits with t...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Cyrano

Paris, in the second half of the 17th century. Enter nuns, singing hymns of repressed lust under an autumnal apple tree. An overlarge moon is shining ...
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An Inspector Calls

An Inspector Calls, J B Priestley’s famous allegorical play about class, socialism and social responsibility, seems more appropriate than ever. And St...
3.0★ ★ ★
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The Ice Cream Boys

The Ice Cream Boys covers a vital and important part of South African history that is just starting to come under examination. Much like Tree earlier ...
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King John

Let me start by saying that the new production of Shakespeare’s too-infrequently produced play, King John, is entertaining, moving, engaging, utterly ...