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August 30 – September 2. The Youth Music Theatre's unique musical adaptation of Shakespeare's problem play A Winter's Tale hits all the right notes, says Aliya Al Hassan more

Theatre/Arts

With so many pubs in and around Kingston, it can be hard to find the perfect one after a hard day's work. Michele Theil rounds up the 10 best pubs in Kingston for good food, amazing drinks and a great atmosphere. more

Food 2 Comments

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Slater King

With dementia rapidly on the rise, Kingston Hospital is pioneering a new style of ward for elderly care. Samantha Laurie explores a world of movement and light more

Health/beauty

Performer and director Grania Pickard talks to Victoria Chapman about the influence of her autistic younger brother Sean ahead of He Ain't Heavy's arrival in Kingston next week more

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Robert Day

3 STARS, May 29 – June 3. The story is slow on the get-go and idles over cheery songs but charming nonetheless, says more

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2 STARS, May 14-19. An intriguing premise is let down by a thin and implausible plot, says Alice Cairns more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS. AnimAlphabet is slick, professional and full of colour. "By far one of the best children’s performances I’ve seen," says Sharon Wallace more

Theatre/Arts

2 STARS, May 9-12. Aliya Al-Hassan is left unimpressed by 20th Century Boy at Kingston's Rose Theatre more

Theatre/Arts

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Mark Douet

5 STARS, April 13 – May 6. The Rose Theatre's production of Much Ado Nothing gives an imaginative Mafia spa twist to a much-loved Shakespearean classic, says Alan Long more

Theatre/Arts

Former Bake Off star Mel Giedroyc talks to Jane McGowan about why she is happy to be swapping soggy bottoms for Shakespeare more

Interviews

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Yasmin Balai

It started with a car crash. But in the 25 years since then, JoJo Maman Bébé has been a runaway success. Miranda Jessop finds its creator, Laura Tenison, still happy and excited at the wheel more

Interviews

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Tristram Kenton

The Rose Theatre, Kingston officially opened its doors 10 years ago this month. Jane McGowan chats to Executive Producer Jerry Gunn as the team prepares to celebrate more

Theatre/Arts

One local retiree recalls her working life at Bentalls as if it were yesterday. Miranda Jessop meets her more

Interviews

4 STARS. Sharon Wallace and her children enjoy a fine old time at Little Goats, a Rose Theatre show for under 6s at the Richard Mayo Centre in Kingston more

Kids/Schools

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Photo by Mark Douet

5 STARS, November 9-18. An utterly brilliant, innovative and enjoyable social car crash of a show, says Fiona Adams more

Theatre/Arts

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3 STARS, October 31 – November 4. A fast-paced 1920s satire that entertains but leaves you yearning for more, says Jonathan Lewis more

Theatre/Arts

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Edmond Terakopian

3 STARS, October 3-14. Amanda Hodges reviews an engaging production of one of Tom Stoppard’s best-known works at the Rose Theatre more

Theatre/Arts

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Nobby Clark

As the theatre world mourns the loss of Sir Peter Hall, his biographer Stephen Fay reflects on the director’s struggle to found the Rose Theatre more

Theatre/Arts

Laurence Fox has been waiting in the wings. Now he’s ready for The Real Thing. Jane McGowan finds him warming to his latest role more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, September 13-16. An enjoyable experience for the whole family, The Night Pirates is a must see, says Ruth McCann more

Theatre/Arts

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