Theatre Review

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4 STARS, May 25-27. Sasha Regan’s innovative all-male production transplants The Mikado to a 1950s campsite overrun by excitable schoolboys more

26 May 2017 10:27 Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, May 24-27. A stark view of opposing ends of the spectrum – ambivalence at its best! Love versus hate, good versus evil, and bluff versus double bluff, who knows? more

25 May 2017 14:56 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, showing until July 22. This Twelfth Night is exuberant, witty and bursting with energy, says Alice Cairns more

25 May 2017 11:25 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 17-20. Kick off your Sunday shoes, dance off your bobby socks and join the prom at Bomont High for a sparkling, high kickin', hand jivin’ 80s night. more

19 May 2017 14:37 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 17-20. Strictly Murder is a play that’s poised on a knife-edge, says Alice Cairns more

18 May 2017 11:00 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 17-21. Aimed at the younger generation this is "a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon, and at an hour long with no break, it was perfect to keep my daughter’s attention span", says Gemma Davidson more

18 May 2017 10:42 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, May 15-20. "This is an enjoyable and thought-provoking night at the theatre, well worth seeing", says Janice Dempsey more

16 May 2017 15:35 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 14-20. It's a polished performance by the Teddington Theatre Company of Jez Butterworth's multiple award-winning, instant classic, Jerusalem, says Richard Davies more

15 May 2017 16:40 Theatre/Arts

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4 STARS, May 11-13. Fracked is an interesting and funny exploration of contemporary political themes, says Jonathan Lewis more

11 May 2017 12:37 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 9-13. Starring Strictly's Joanne Clifton, this is a rip roaringly fun romp through the 1920s, says Dermot Hoare more

9 May 2017 11:44 Theatre/Arts

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5 STARS, May 2-6. 'I hardly expected to laugh and cry so much on a Tuesday night at a play about ageing people marginalised in a private nursing home", says Janice Dempsey more

4 May 2017 17:26 Theatre/Arts


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5 STARS, Apr 30 – May 6. This is a terrifying and brilliantly executed performance of Martin McDonagh's multiple-award-winning horror that is "Not for the faint-hearted", says Deborah Harris more

2 May 2017 15:47 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, May 1-6. “A man wearing a straightjacket can only be one of two things – a failed escapologist, or a madman.” more

2 May 2017 14:53 Theatre/Arts

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Jonathan Keenan

5 STARS, Apr 21 – May 20. "The telephone ringing in the dead of night and the voice on the other end asking for someone he was not". This is a stunning adaptation of Auster's metaphysical detective novel, says Catherine Bardrick more

27 Apr 2017 10:20 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, April 23-29. Catherine Wilson enjoys a polished revival by the Richmond Shakespeare Society of Chekhov's masterpiece, the Seagull more

26 Apr 2017 15:28 Theatre/Arts 1 Comments

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Matt Austin

5 STARS, April 25-29. Alan Long loved every second of this action-packed comedy thriller more

26 Apr 2017 14:52 Theatre/Arts

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Manuel Harlan

4.5 STARS, April 24-29. "Funny Girl? Yes, but also sad and bitter-sweet. Go, and enjoy an emotional evening with insightful lyrics, stellar music and brilliant choreography and stage design" says Andrew Morris more

26 Apr 2017 14:08 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, April 24-29. Abigail is still partying after 40 years - Karen Arcay reviews this cult play at Richmond Theatre, showing until Saturday April 29th more

25 Apr 2017 15:10 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, April 19-30. "Overall, this is a fresh and innovative musical with some standout acting", says Aliya Al-Hassan more

24 Apr 2017 15:19 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, April 18-30. Another strong showing from the team at Clapham's Omnibus, this is an engrossing and well stage production, says Don Brown more

24 Apr 2017 14:28 Theatre/Arts

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