UK Reviews

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Briefs – The Second Coming

Briefs, the multi-talented and multi-award-winning Australian company of ‘gay themed’ and radically, fiercely, camp circus performers who have pitched...
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Nineteen Eighty-Four

This play is a new adaptation, based on George Orwell’s 1984, one of the definitive texts of the 20th Century. For those not familiar with the stor...
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The Lightning Child

Sometimes being lost is part of the journey and when you accept it and settle in for the ride, its more enjoyable at that. Ladyboy Herald advices the ...
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American Lulu

American Lulu is, to mix a metaphor, the child of a great number of cooks. Co-produced by  The Opera Group, Bregenzer Festspiele, Scottish Opera and t...
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Barking In Essex

Admit it – fan or not of TOWIE, even if you’re actually from Essex, you know you’ve had a smug snigger at that accent and those sort of people. And th...
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Another Way

There are occasionally evenings in the theatre when you know, just by walking through the door into the auditorium, that you’re in for a good time. Th...
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Farrugut North

Stephen Bellamy (Max Irons) is a 25-year-old press secretary for a U.S. Democratic Party’s presidential candidate nominee, ‘a player on a meteoric ris...
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Matilda the Musical

    Warning: exceptionally talented young children ahead. The tale of Matilda – the classic underdog, the David versus Goliath if you ...
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When Midnight Strikes

  The Gatehouse Pub creates a quaint ambience and a surprisingly spacious upstairs theatre for this heartfelt, catchy, entertaining musical. ...