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The Cher Show

The Cher Show is cheer delight!  Little did I imagine, while I watched Top of the Pops on a black-and-white television set back in 1965 and saw Sonny ...
3.0★ ★ ★
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Two Billion Beats

Set against the background of non-descript urban architecture and the quaint and empty Ofsted promise of a school being ‘outstanding in all areas’, is...
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Noises Off

Amid January’s gloom, with the long nights and longer gas bills, this new production of Noises Off brings a moment of blazing warmth into the West End...
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The Best Pints

What's the best pint you ever had? Or if that isn't your particular tipple, the best glass of wine or cup of tea? Not the taste, the moment. This i...
4.0★ ★ ★ ★
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Dare You Say Please

Dare You Say Please, or perhaps as it should be called, dare you question the norms of society, is a 60-minute two-hander set in a transformative blac...
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Allegiance

If it’s possible to fall in love with a voice, then count me well and truly smitten with the mellifluous tones of Telly Leung, the ‘star’ of Allegianc...
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The Commitments

It started life as a novel in 1986, was made into a film in 1991, and was finally adapted for the stage in 2013.  Ten years after first opening to pop...
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On the Ropes

I was expecting a play about British boxing, but this is a play about injustice. Namely, the gargantuan injustice visited upon Vernon ‘the Entertainer...