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The Woman in White

It’s not often that a revival manages so completely to expunge the memory of the original production. However, Thom Southerland’s new staging of The W...
Death Takes A Holiday. Photo Scott Rylander
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Death Takes A Holiday

Death Takes a Holiday, the Yeston/Stone/Meehan musical which has just opened at The Charing Cross Theatre boasts accomplished direction, a great cast,...
Ragtime at Charing Cross Theatre
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Ragtime

Here we are squeezed into the grand and squat Charing Cross theatre, the sound of a train overhead like thunder, and bang on cue. A fragmented boardwa...
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Titanic

There's certainly no lack of ambition in the production of Maury Yeston's Titanic which has just berthed at The Charing Cross Theatre in approximately...
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In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel

Tennessee Williams’ 1969 play, In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel is rarely performed, and after watching, I think there is some reasoning behind that. It is...
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The Rinse Cycle

This brilliant show is described by the creative team at Unexpected Opera as “Wagner’s Ring Cycle conditioned with comedy and shrunk to two hours”. Th...
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Tinderbox

Mandy Holliday’s new adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale The Tinderbox is perfect for young pre-school children, with a simple plot and...
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Piaf

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of most loved French icon singer Edith Piaf, the singing play is strong in musical prowess, emotional s...
The Mikado
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The Mikado

Feeling a desperate pang for an unashamedly camp evening of fun? No, I'm not suggesting you visit Heaven Nightclub - I'm in fact talking about Thom Su...