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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,...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Women of Twilight

First, a word of warning. My three stars are awarded principally because of the social and historical interest of this play from 1951. At that time, i...
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Good People

Margaret (Imelda Staunton) is a single mother with a disabled child, relying on the help of her neighbours in an underprivileged area of Boston and he...
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Secret Cinema 21

Secret Cinema, once again, has proven that you can live in the movies if you want to. Now, as due to the whole ‘secret’ aspect I cannot address too...