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Annie

I had heard of “little orphan Annie”, but I knew absolutely nothing about her, and nothing about this show, when I took my seat at the ever-reliable N...
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All’s Well That Ends Well

Shakespeare made use of some pretty unlikely plots for some of his non-historical plays. This one, borrowed from the Decameron, takes the biscuit. No ...
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Taming of the Shrew

Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew, a comedy which pivots on the central conceit that a bad wife must be domesticated by force, is increasingly unp...
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The Great Gatsby

The jazz age. Bootleg liquor, gambling, a party that never ends. This is the experience you are offered at the immersive Great Gatsby. This has now be...
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Death of a Salesman

This production of Miller’s most famous play has transferred into the West End from the Young Vic. Half of the cast has changed but the two senior rol...
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The Antipodes

The Antipodes is a play by Annie Baker about creation myths. A creative team of eight sit around a glass conference table; they are tasked with crafti...
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The Magnificent Music Hall

And now for something completely different … After being closed since the late 1940s, the old “Ally Pally”, perched on a hill overlooking North London...
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As You Like It

As You Like It is a pastoral comedy set in two opposite realms. The play begins in a suffocating ducal palace and then moves to the leafy and joyous F...