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Stephanie Claire

4 STARS: "A poignant, important play you need to see" more

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Lisa Howard as Anthea Suzanne Ahmet as Maggie

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FIVE STARS: "Very, very funny. A brilliant night of mayhem and hilarity, with a satirical thread running through it" more

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Matt Pereira

5 STARS: "An interactive evening of Wonderland fun and nonsense" more

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3 STARS: "A nostalgic celebration of simple storytelling set in a world without screens" more

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STILL ALICE

Geraint Lewis

5 STARS: "A moving, ultimately inspiring exploration of the resilience and courage of the human spirit in the face of tragedy". more

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

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3 STARS: A fast-moving, foot-tapping show that could well last forever more

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5 STARS: "An evening of absorbing theatre by a master of the medium: thought-provoking, moving, funny, witty, sharp and highly enjoyable." more

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Manuel Harlan

4 STARS: Amanda Hodges enjoys a sparkling double bill of plays about the life of innovative eighteenth-century artist William Hogarth at the Rose Theatre more

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

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5 STARS: You have until September 29 to see this, otherwise, Oggy will be round to see you… more

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4 STARS: Ben Brown’s modest play at the Mary Wallace pleasingly evokes that most modest of poets and his era through three decades of his life and loves more

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She Arrives

Gabriel Cabral

4 STARS: September 16-17. "Captivating" is Joanna Price's verdict on this one-woman political comedy at Clapham's Bread & Roses Theatre depicting the struggles of the millennial generation more

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Christopher Logan, Remus Brooks, Tim Delap in Losing Venice

Helen Maybanks

3 STARS, Sep 7 - Oct 20. Bizarre costumes, constant chatter and a succession of peculiar scenes. Simon Collins struggles to make sense of Orange Tree’s Losing Venice more

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Jessica Croll (Jane) and Lewis McBean (Timothy) in SALAD DAYS

Mark Senior

2 STARS: September 10-15. Aliya Al-Hassan fails to be charmed by the new touring production of Salad Days more

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Maria de Lima (Homeless woman: Death)

Nick Arthur Daniel

4.5 STARS: September 4-23. Death, revenge and passion galore. Don Brown was thrilled by this exceptional production of Lorca’s Blood Wedding at Clapham’s Omnibus more

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Sylvia Dona

Soledad, Puppet Theatre Barge

3 STARS: The “magical experience” your child will love more

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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

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5 STARS, Aug 31 – Sep 1. Don’t miss a glittering, fast-paced romp of a performance by this talented group of players and creatives from Oxford, at the Mill Studio this week more

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3 STARS, August 16-26. Maureen Lipman brings her blistering wit to the George Square Theatre more

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