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5 STARS, July 20 – August 20. Jane McGowan enjoys a fabulous new adaptation of the classic children’s story The Borrowers at Wimbledon’s Polka Theatre more

20 Jul 2017 14:23 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, July 17-22. An enjoyable Tempest in a beautiful setting – just remember your umbrella! more

20 Jul 2017 12:26 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, July 14-29. An absolutely brilliant open air experience in the University of Law's gorgeous gardens, says Alan Long more

18 Jul 2017 12:27 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, July 27-29. Two and a half hours of sheer delight, playfulness of a high order, says Jessica Swales more

17 Jul 2017 10:43 Theatre/Arts

3.5 STARS. A comic and incisive imagining of Shakespeare's Heroines in modern life by a promising young cast, says Brooke Theis more

12 Jul 2017 11:18 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS. High jinks, high energy and a highly enjoyable night with the British Comedy Company, says Jane McGowan more

11 Jul 2017 10:37 Theatre/Arts

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3 STARS, July 4-8. Jackie Bryans enjoys a delightful escape to rural Cornwall in a play that pulls at the heartstrings more

6 Jul 2017 11:40 Theatre/Arts

4.5 STARS, until September 23. Performed underground at the Vaults in Waterloo, this is a unique and immersive adaptation of Lewis Carroll's masterpiece, Jackie Bryans enjoys a trip down the rabbit hole more

5 Jul 2017 15:41 Theatre/Arts

3 STARS. From Wagner’s Twilight of the Gods to Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio, Richard Davies finds much to praise at the Opera Foundry’s one off evening of German opera more

5 Jul 2017 11:23 Theatre/Arts

3.5 STARS, July 3 – September 9. Light, bright and a lot of fun – Jane McGowan enjoys an evening spent in the company of Ratty, Mole and a very boisterous Mr Toad! more

4 Jul 2017 11:39 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, 27 June – 1 July. A fittingly tumultuous rendition of Emily Bronte’s masterpiece, Wuthering Heights, says Clare Roberts more

29 Jun 2017 11:20 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, June 23-24. This is an entertaining tale with a fun rustic charm that's sure to keep the kids entertained, says Sharon Wallace more

26 Jun 2017 10:48 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, June 16 - June 30. Alexia Lavender enjoys an enchanting treasure-hunt adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Omnibus Theatre, based in and around Clapham Common. more

26 Jun 2017 10:20 Theatre/Arts

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2 STARS, June 23 – July 15. Richard Davies votes for an early exit from Terror at the Lyric Hammersmith, the play where the audience gets to choose the ending. Booking until 15 July more

23 Jun 2017 10:47 Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, 20-24 June. A ‘perfect’ murder devilishly delivered by Windsor’s own summer repertory company, bringing to life Frederick Knott’s classic Dial M for Murder more

23 Jun 2017 10:34 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, June 19-20. Andrew Morris enjoys an energetic stroll through the works of Jane Austen in Kate Napier's superbly executed play about writing a novel more

21 Jun 2017 09:48 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, June 20-24. A farcical romp through marriage, adultery, mistaken identity and salubrious silliness, Don't Dress for Dinner is well worth the price of admission says Alice Cairns more

20 Jun 2017 14:53 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, June 15 – July 1. Janice Dempsey enjoys a magical evening of open air theatre with the Guildford Shakespeare Company's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, set in 1960s Guildford more

20 Jun 2017 14:10 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, June 20 – July 23. Simon Collins is left in stitches from an uproarious performance of wordless comedy by America's Got Talent finalist, Tapeface more

19 Jun 2017 15:18 Theatre/Arts

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 more

19 Jun 2017 12:23 Theatre/Arts

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