Review: Come From Away

Come From Away at the Phoenix Theatre in London's West End

You may have never heard of Gander. It is, after all, a tiny town with just 9.000 inhabitants. However, it is here that Come From Away is based. This moving production beautifully helps to tell one of the most upsetting and shocking stories of our generation all through the lives of those who happened to […]

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Review: Showstopper! The Improvised Musical

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical at The Other Palace in London

Since 2008, Showstopper! The Improvised Musical has wowed audiences up and down the country. Since their infancy, they have toured the UK extensively and normally sell out at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe every year. The format in itself is fairly straight forward. However, it is very complicated and hard to quite know what it is you are […]

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Review: Company

Company at the Gielgud Theatre in London's West End

After a long wait, the much-loved musical Company, which has always been one of Stephen Sondheim’s best, has opened in the West End. The groundbreaking musical hit the theatres in 1970 and no one could have imagined that decades later, Marianne Elliot would reimagine its central male character as female. Company is both witty and […]

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Review: True West

True West at the Vaudeville Theatre

True West has recently made its way to the Vaudeville Theatre in London, starring Kit Harington following his long-running stint in Game of Thrones. However, this play is far from becoming a popular hit like the TV show. Sam Shepard’s True West, for the most part, is a duologue between two adult brothers; having been apart […]

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Review: A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic

Charles Dickens’ immortal classic A Christmas Carol has returned to the Old Vic with Matthew Warchus directing Jack Thorne’s wonderful new adaptation of this family favourite. A Christmas Carol has been a popular outing for theatergoers every single Christmas; as the days get colder and the nights get darker, productions of A Christmas Carol get […]

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Review: Nine Night

National Theatre's Nine Night at the Trafalgar Studios

Following a very successful run at the National Theatre, Nine Night has now made it to the West End; starting a stint at the stunning and awe-inspiring Trafalgar Studios. Natasha Gordon’s debut play has received critical acclaim from the audience and critics alike, and she has been well rewarded for this by becoming the first […]

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Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Piccadilly Theatre

Following an acclaimed and highly popular UK and International tour, the smash-hit National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time returned to London for a strictly limited season and is certainly a production that you do not want to miss out on; even if you have seen it plenty of […]

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Review: The Band

The Band at the Theatre Royal Haymarket

Finally, one of the most talked about shows in recent months is coming to the West End! I´m talking about The Band. Gary Barlow’s ‘Let it Shine’ TV talent search ended approximately two years ago, and now the Take That jukebox musical is making its way to the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Destined so far to […]

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Review: The Inheritance

The Inheritance at the Noel Coward Theatre

To indulge and digest a play that lasts over 6 hours sounds like a tough ask, even for the most passionate lover of theatre; and yet The Inheritance does it beautifully, perfectly and somewhat poetically. As I sit there taking in the gorgeous sets and being swept along with a storyline that just captivates and […]

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Review: I and You

I and You at the Hampstead Theatre

Sometimes a play comes along that is daring and willing to take risks, and I and You at the Hampstead Theatre is a play that does just that – and comes out on top! Zach Wyatt, who has only recently graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama has taken on the incredible writing of […]

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Review: Don Quixote

Don Quixote at the Garrick Theatre

When Miguel de Cervantes first wrote Don Quixote, he did not expect for it to become such an enormous hit. This classic in world literature has gone on to become the second most translated book in all the world; only being beaten by the Bible! And not only that, Don Quixote has inspired so many […]

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Review: Wise Children

Wise Children at the Old Vic theatre

“Magical, wonderful and playful!” Just three of the words we heard muttered by many theatregoers as we left the iconic Old Vic theatre after being drawn in by Emma Rice’s adaptation of Wise Children. And quite frankly, we have to agree with these wonderful words! There is no doubt in mind that Angela Carter, who […]

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Review: The Woman in Black

The Woman in Black at the Fortune Theatre in London's West End

With Halloween upon us, the time for spooky stories and performances is now! The Woman in Black is one such production, and it’s enjoyed a long run of success as a thrilling horror story for almost 3 decades. The current production of The Woman in Black at the West End’s Fortune Theatre is one for […]

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Review: Les Misérables

Les Miserables at the Queen's Theatre in London's West End

Les Misérables is a story that is over 150 years old, but it is still entertaining people across the world in almost every conceivable format. The musical, just under 40 years old, is one of those formats that has been highly regarded in many venues, and it is currently being performed at the Queen’s Theatre […]

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Review: ‘Bromance: The Dudesical’

We have seen thousands of movies and tv shows about the geeky girl that wants to be friends with the popular cheerleaders, the ugly duckling that turns out to be a princess or the funny outcast that becomes a pop star. But how would the story be if all the characters were straight guys? Bromance: The […]

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Review: The Wider Earth

The Wider Earth at the Natural History Museum

Showing in the Jerwood Gallery at the Natural History Museum, The Wider Earth is sure to marvel audiences of all ages. A combination of Trish Wadley Productions and the Dead Puppet Society, the play tells the story of young Charles Darwin as he embarks on a magical journey around the world aboard the HMS Beagle. […]

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Review: The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

The Comedy About a Bank Robbery

Everybody loves a good heist story, and the city of London is no stranger to stories about thievery and robberies. Adding a good sense of humour to a crime story is a difficult but enjoyable endeavour for a writer, and many comedy thrillers have found immense success. The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, playing at […]

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Review: Foxfinder

Foxfinder at the Ambassadors Theatre

As Foxfinder makes its way to London’s West End at the Ambassador’s Theatre, Game of Thrones fans are excited to see the performance of one of the show’s stars, Iwan Rheon. There’s been a trend lately of actors from the popular fantasy series taking to stages at the West End, but it hasn’t always worked […]

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