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The Country Wife: review

Morphic Grafitti’s new production of William Wycherley’s 1675 raunchy restoration comedy, the Country Wife is re-imagined in the 1920’s Gatsbyesque Jazz age of playboys and...

Girl from the North Country: Review

Set in the Depression-era of 1930s America after the Wall Street Crash, Girl from the North Country is a musical play by Irish playwright...

The Claim: Review

Recently, I saw The Claim by Tim Cowbury, performed at Shoreditch Town Hall in London. Set in a home office interview room, The Claim...

Matt Cardle joins Strictly ballroom the musical

Best-selling recording artist, X-Factor winner and West End star Matt Cardle will officially join the cast of Strictly Ballroom The Musical from tonight, Wednesday...

Mindgame by Anthony Horwitz returns to the West End this May

Anthony Horwitz psychologically dark thriller Mindgame comes to the Ambassador theatre in London’s West End this May. This follows a critically acclaimed UK tour. Horwitz,...

Instructions for border crossing: Review

He asks her “What are you afraid of?” She asks “you want me to tell you here … in front of all these people?” “Yes”, he...
Bertrand Lesca and Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra

Palmyra Review – A Story of power, ego and revenge

Written and performed by French actor Bertrand Lesca and Greek actor Nasi Voutsas, Palmyra is a play about destruction, power, ego and revenge. The...

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