UK Reviews

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Keepsake

American writer Gregory Bean has chosen London for the world premiere of Keepsake. Although a small scale production, performed by four actors in a fr...
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2.0★ ★
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Lost Boy

2014 marks the centenary of the First World War, a time of great change for Britain. Phil Willmott attempts to resurrect this sense of lost innocence ...
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The Dumb Waiter

In a dank, Birmingham basement, two hitmen, Ben and Gus, wait with ever increasing boredom, frustration and anxiety for orders of their next job. Afte...
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Dorothea’s Story

Middlemarch, considered by many to be George Eliot’s masterpiece, is a very long novel, crowded with incident, characters and themes. It is in overall...
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Blood Wedding

Lorca’s 1932 play entices us into a world of feuding families, high passion, and warm-hearted yet poignant and painful connection with the elemental f...
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Barmy Britain Part 2

Barmy Britain pt. 2 is a fun, educational show. I would recommend it to anyone aged 6-10 but it’s really funny and lots of older people would enjoy it...
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Raving

Actor-turned-writer Simon Paisley Day plays it safe with his new comedy Raving, focusing on three couples as they spend a disastrous weekend together ...
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Thriller Live

Any show that has lasted nearly half a decade on the same stage deserves a round of applause in and of itself, without even having to enter the theatr...
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Rambert – Mixed Bill

Sensual energy in a sub terrain cellar, to animal evolution, to a nightmare dystopian micro-society: Rambert presents an electric triple bill at Sadle...