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The March on Russia

Helen Maybanks

5 STARS, September 7 – October 7. An intimate portrayal of a working class marriage, delicately capturing the hopes and dreams of a whole generation, writes Jane McGowan more

20 Sep 2017 14:44 Theatre/Arts

4.5 STARS, September 16-23. A heart-wrenching piece of theatre that deftly explores the traumatic trans-generational repercussions of escape from the Holocaust with the unstoppable force of a run away locomotive, says Richard Nye more

20 Sep 2017 14:42 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS for a brilliant play, expertly portrayed by a superb cast. Grab a ticket if you can, advises Jackie Bryans more

19 Sep 2017 10:35 Theatre/Arts

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

18 Sep 2017 14:50 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS. Henry Naylor’s new play, the Angel of Kobane, exemplifies the view that theatre should be a means of understanding the world beyond the news headlines, says Simon Collins more

15 Sep 2017 11:21 Theatre/Arts

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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

13 Sep 2017 15:01 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

13 Sep 2017 11:12 Theatre/Arts

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

7 Sep 2017 10:24 Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, September 2-30 (Fri/Sat only). The River Girl is a fairytale-style poem by award winning poet, Wendy Cope, that will delight adults and youngsters equally, says Tara Ward more

4 Sep 2017 11:07 Theatre/Arts

3 STARS, August 29 – September 3. Amanda Hodges enjoys a solid adaptation of E. Nesbit’s classic children's tale more

30 Aug 2017 14:27 Theatre/Arts

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Pamela Raith

4.5 STARS, August 14-19. Dreamboats and Petticoats is a delightful musical romp through Rock 'n' Roll that provides an enjoyable escape to a bygone era. Guaranteed to inject audiences with a feel-good factor, says Jackie Bryans more

15 Aug 2017 16:36 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, August 8-13. An entertaining evening of humour and custard pies, performed with a charm and charisma that belies the cast's young age, says Sally Simmons more

9 Aug 2017 16:34 Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, July 20-22. A post World War I play that shines a torch on those that fought and survived and those that must live with the consequences more

21 Jul 2017 14:20 Theatre/Arts

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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Amy Skillman

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

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