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Songs from my Trunk

Walk through the Edwardian opulence of the Hippodrome in Leicester Square – past the baccarat, the poker and the roulette tables, for the Hippodrome i...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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The Roaring Girl

Someone in the bar during the interval of the RSC’s production of The Roaring Girl sighed, sat down and said to his wife, ‘This is the strangest Shake...
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2.0★ ★
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Archimedes’ Principle

The media and its proliferation of stories of unspeakable horrors, missing children and an abundance of guns and death as led to a two – fold reaction...
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La Merda

La Merda is a one woman show, comprised of three monologues performed in tandem by a naked actress sitting from on top of a small platform. The monolo...
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Captain Amazing

Fast-paced and intoxicatingly funny, it’s no surprise that after a sellout run at the 2013 Edinburgh Fringe, Captain Amazing is back. Mark, or Captain...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Never Try This at Home

Never Try This At Home tells the story of a fictional children's television programme in the late 1970s called Shushi, taken off the air after a notor...
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A Spoonful of Sherman

Come to the cabaret, old chum, was the refrain I was singing in the bath this morning.  The feel-good factor had persisted from last night’s performan...
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Cool Rider

This reviewer is such a recent convert to the mobile telephone that he forgets to switch his off at the appropriate times. As he sat in the packed sta...
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Relative Values

This Noel Coward comedy from 1951 is a deceptive creation. Its form is a familiar one, the country house comedy. Its preoccupations - class, snobbery,...