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4 STARS: "A beautifully crafted production of Owen Sheers anti-war play" concludes Steve Davis Read more

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4 STARS: "A highly enjoyable and entertaining evening with some sharp writing and convincing performances". Read more

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3.5 STARS: A humorous play with elements of Shakespeare, sarcasm and flamboyance. Read more

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Park Players rehearsing for A Bunch of Amateurs

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Park Players, the amateur dramatics group attached to Hampton Hill Theatre, celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new play A Bunch of Amateurs showing from September 26-29. Joanna Price speaks to chairman and director, Phil Greenleaves Read more

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3 STARS, July 7-13. Catherine Bardrick awards 3 stars to a lively and upbeat production of the musical The Matchgirls currently showing at Hampton Hill Theatre Read more

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5 STARS, June 24-30. A bone chilling and riveting production that’s not for the faint hearted, says Alice Cairns Read more

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4 STARS, May 14-18. Darkly witty and frequently surprising, this revival of Peter Barnes’ debut  Sixties play has much to entertain, discovers Amanda Hodges Read more

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4 STARS, April 29 – May 5. Two actors play 15 characters in an impressive tragicomedy that careers from laughter to tears Read more

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4 STARS, Jan 29 – Feb 3. Richard Davies is highly impressed by Teddington Theatre Company’s production of A View from the Bridge, but hasn’t changed his opinion of the play itself Read more

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4 STARS, Nov 19–25. Catherine Wilson enjoys a double bill of bittersweet Noel Coward classics at Hampton Hill Theatre until Sat Nov 25. Read more

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4 STARS, October 1-7. An ambiguous, spooky treat with standout performances from its young stars, says Alice Cairns Read more

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5 STARS, September 16-23. We are not wholly bad or good/Who live our lives under Milk Wood... Read more

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5 STARS, June 18-24. Deeply touching and superbly acted, Breadcrumbs is a poetic and uncomfortable exploration of the effects of Alzheimer's disease on the human soul, says Deborah Harris Read more

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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 Read more

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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 Read more

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3 STARS, March 21-25. Old Hamptonians Amateur Dramatic Society presents an accomplished production of Alan Bennett's BBC series, Talking Heads. It was a dislike of Bennett's work more than any fault of the production that resulted in only 3 stars Read more

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A confident 4 STARS for Fiona Smith’s production of The Cat’s Meow by Teddington Theatre Club. The tale, based on real events, brings to life all the decadence, scandal and deceit of 1920s Hollywood. Read more

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The Teddington Theatre Club revive two of Jimmie Chinn's plays: From Here to the Library and Too Long an Autumn. Both plays were originally premiered by the TTC and have been brought back to life with great care, says Aliya Al-Hassan. Read more

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Conspiracy is Loring Mandel’s compelling portrayal of the Wannsee Conference in 1942. The Old Hamptonians Amateur Dramatic Society’s presentation of the play was superbly delivered, says Hattie Curl in this 4.5 star review. Read more

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The End of the Affair is Graham Greene’s evocative analysis of the love of self, the love of another, and the love of God. Bill Compton's stage adaptation, performed by the TTC was a mixed bag for Aliya Al Hassan in this 2.5 STAR review Read more

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