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La Traviata

It’s hard to come to a conclusion about a production with such incredible strengths and such embarrassing weaknesses. Remember Oscar-winning Russel...
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One Arm

The UK premier of One Arm fuses Tennessee Williams’ short story and unproduced screenplay, adapting the narrative for the stage. This is a bleak visio...
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Rebecca

If you’re looking for an adaptation that clings faithfully to every page of Du Maurier’s novel, this is not for you. If you’re looking for a stage ver...
2.0★ ★
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The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas

The stage version of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas raises the same question as the film and best-selling book on which it is based – is it ever accep...
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Beautiful Thing

Beautiful Thing is as relevant today as it was when it premiered in 1993. The coming-out story follows 15 year old Jamie as he finds romance with h...
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Cirque Éloize — Cirkopolis

This slice of cirque nouveau brings something fresh and funny to a familiar Kafakesque narrative of absurd bureaucracy. According to the cast, cirq...
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Shrek The Musical

Musical theatre can go one of two ways as far as I’m concerned – painfully panto or utterly spectacular. Nigel Harman’s production is monstrously fun ...
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3.0★ ★ ★
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Laid Bare Cabaret

Cabaret should always showcase an eclectic range of talent and Laid Bare does just that. The difficulty lies in presenting the acts as part of a cohes...