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Bleak House

With its production of Charles Dickens’ Bleak House, Oxford’s Creation Theatre has done the impossible; it has presented us with a riveting, luxuriant...
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Educating Rita

To mark the 40th anniversary of Willy Russell’s accomplished play Educating Rita, a fine and faithful production is touring the land. The play is a...
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Sex/Crime

The nature of self-hate is positioned as a strange bedfellow beside intimacy and chemically enhanced sex in this sharp, darkly entertaining two charac...
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The Boy in the Dress

Based on a book by David Walliams, the new Christmas-treat musical created by the RSC has all the hallmarks of their next West End hit in the traditio...
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Handel, Messiah

Occasionally, a concert comes along in which every element comes together in some sort of divine perfection, creating a transcendent experience for th...
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The Snow Queen

The wonderful thing about Oxford’s Creation Theatre is that it never plays things safe. This company always takes risks with its productions; re-envis...
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Motown: The Musical

Motown: The Musical does not have the most coherent or in-depth script as it tells about the rise and then demise of the iconic pop label, but it does...
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Little Shop of Horrors

Sheffield University Performing Arts Society (SUPAS) is well known throughout Sheffield for its high standard, visually and audibly stunning musical p...
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Because I’m Not Perfect Yet

SUTCo is fast becoming an influential force on the Sheffield theatrical scene, by championing original pieces of theatre written by young adults and s...
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Rigoletto

I am delighted to report that on this tour three out of the three operas brought to us by the Welsh National Opera were extremely worth attending both...