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Chloe Solman

Kindertransport come to Richmond Theatre between April 24-28. Playwright Diane Samuels answers some questions about her heart-felt drama, 25 years after its haunting debut more

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5 STARS, March 20-24. A play about the British weather gripping? Absolutely riveting in fact! Amanda Hodges discovers that the meteorological background to the D-Day Landings proves fertile material for an engrossing drama more

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5 STARS, March 13-17. Alan Long enjoys a wonderful adaptation of Dickens's masterpiece more

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Veteran broadcaster Paul Gambaccini is celebrating 45 years in the business with a one-man show. Jane McGowan finds out more from the Professor of Pop more

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3 STARS, Feb 28 - March 3. A "solid rather than inspiring" performance of a modern masterpiece, says Amanda Hodges more

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Manuel Harlan

Jane McGowan meets composer and performer Joe Stilgoe as he swings into town with a new musical version of Kipling’s The Jungle Book more

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CRAIG SUGDEN

4.5 STARS, December 15 – January 14. Despite his best efforts, William Gadsby Peet can't help but shout merrily along with Biggins and Co at the Richmond Theatre pantomime, Aladdin more

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Panayiotis Sinnos

4 STARS. The BalletBoyz's latest production contains the usual whirlwind of innovation and athleticism we've come to expect from the talented dance troupe, says Richard Davies more

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CRAIG SUGDEN

Panto’s grande dame Christopher Biggins talks to Jane McGowan about cross-dressing, costumes and carpets more

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4 STARS, November 15-18. This comedy-thriller offers laughs and gasps in equal measure and is guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat more

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4 STARS, October 24-28. A moving and thought provoking production that explores the complex relationship we have with ourselves and those around us when life deals us a bad hand… more

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The first lady of musical theatre is heading to Richmond this month for a one-night only performance of her favourite songs. Jane McGowan finds out more more

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Trevor Leighton

Gok Wan, style guru and makeover maestro, gives Jane McGowan the bare facts about his new one-man show on its way to Richmond Theatre more

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Pamela Raith

5 STARS, October 16-21. Tara Ward finds that “How The Other Half Loves” at Richmond Theatre is a brilliant, rambunctious romp through three interconnecting marriages more

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THE BEST MAN

Geraint Lewis

4 STARS, October 4-7. "A thoroughly engrossing, beautifully acted production that carries real conviction and political punch," says Amanda Hodges more

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4 STARS, Oct 16-21. From page to stage. Jane McGowan enjoys an evening with the Wipers Times, coming to Guildford's Yvonne Arnaud more

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Simon Turtle

4 STARS, September 13-16. A quiet tale of friendship and ageing, Driving Miss Daisy at Richmond Theatre becomes something special in the hands of such accomplished actors. Samantha Laurie reviews more

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4 STARS, Sept 6-9. Wait Until Dark may be an old chestnut but Tara Ward discovers it can still raise gasps and nervous laughter from an appreciative audience more

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4 STARS, June 12-17. Jane Eyre, the highly acclaimed National Theatre production of Charlotte Bronte's story of a woman's fight for self expression and freedom landed down at Richmond Theatre this week, Con Crowley reviews more

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3 STARS. Despite the innovative choreography and some standout performances, the Northern Ballet's version of John Boyne’s The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas just doesn’t work, says Jane McGowan more

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