Theatre Review

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Stephanie Claire

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


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


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



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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@Joanna Leppink

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

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©Tristram Kenton

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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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Soledad, Puppet Theatre Barge

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


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


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


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


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