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Oppenheimer

You will come to know me as Oppy, grins the gangly man in an ill-fitting suit as he scrawls his name, and the title of Tom Morton-Smith's astounding n...
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James Freedman: Man of Steal

Menier Chocolate Factory Theatre is probably the last place I would expect to watch an act like James Freedman’s. The seating makes good use of the sp...
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Animals

Age is not something the entertainment world tends to deal well with—most movie stars almost never look a day beyond forty, and the ones that do are a...
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Stevie

After its successful run at Chichester last year, the Hampstead Theatre is the second playhouse to host Christopher Morahan’s revival of Hugh Whitemor...
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The Dinner

Raúl Quirós Molina’s three-character play The Dinner is a study of greed, corruption and desperation, taking its inspiration from the grubby back room...
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Jonah and Otto

Affectionate, deliberate and stripped-back: all three words apply to the adaptation of Robert Holman’s play Jonah and Otto directed by Tim Stark and d...
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La Boheme

This was simply an outstanding production, which makes reviewing it terribly hard. One can either attempt to nit-pick (which seems mean) or rather tir...
2.0★ ★
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Diary Of A Madman

Howard Colyer’s adaptation of Nikolai Gogol’s 1930s short story Diary Of A Madman takes place in the quirky new Omnibus theatre space in Clapham’s old...