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An honest and unpretentious guide to the London theatre scene.

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Molly Wobbly, Leicester Square Theatre – Review

[...] Video Content Created By: Blacknorth Booking Until: 14 March 2015 Box Office: 08448 733433 Booking Link: http://www.leicestersquaretheatre.com/ [...]

Romeo and Rosaline, Bread and Roses Theatre – Review

[...] : Sharon Jennings Director: Matthew Gould Producer: Fentiman Box Office: 0333 666 3366 Booking Link: http://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/romeo-and-rosaline.html Booking Until: 14 [...]

The Jest, The Vaults – Review

[...] yes they are that good! Produced, Written and Performed by: The Jest Box Office: 0207 620 3364 Booking link: http://www.vaultfestival.com/project/the-jest/ Booking until: 1 February 2015 [...]

Wild Worlds: Dark Side, The Vaults – Review

[...] and Producer: The Artful Badger Booking Until: 14 February 2015 Box Office: 0207 620 3364 Booking Link: http://www.vaultfestival.com/project/wild-worlds-dark-side/ [...]

Losers, The Rag Factory – Review

[...] . As the four battle it out over a series of increasingly ridiculous challenges, the… Our Verdict Rating 40 Poor A relatively amateur first try for a new production company. But, with some fun [...]

The Companion, Soho Theatre – Review

[...] canon. If it all sounds a bit too academic, what I can say is that it certainly… Our Verdict Rating 60 Good Abbi Patrix is a phenomenal storyteller, and an evening with him will both [...]

Mush and Me, JW3 – Review

[...] and every day surroundings. We go along with the star-crossed lovers as they meet,… Our Verdict rating 100 Unmissable A charming, relevant and important modern take on star-crossed lovers from [...]

Happy Ending, Arcola Theatre – Review

[...] to write about the thoughts, hopes and fears instilled by the condition? Once… Our Verdict Rating 40 Poor A valiant effort, but not quite the riposte to cancer one hoped to see. User [...]

Blind Date, Jermyn Street Theatre – Review

[...] Simpson Director: Alice Bartlett Producer: Diane Whitley Booking Until: 31 January 2015 Box Office: 020 7287 2875 Booking Link: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/jermynstreettheatre/list.aspx? [...]

Hello/Goodbye, Hampstead Theatre – Review

[...] : Peter Souter Director: Tamara Harvey Designer: Lucy Osborne Booking Until: 28 February 2015 Box Office: 020 7722 9301 Booking Link: http://www.hampsteadtheatre.com/whats-on/2015/hellogoodbye/ [...]

The Cocktail Hour and Smokers at the Scene of a Crime, Hen and Chickens Theatre ...

[...] North. Author: Julia Armfield Director:  Julia Armfield Booking Until: The show has now closed. Box Office: 020 7354 8246 Booking Link: http://www.unrestrictedview.co.uk/buy-tickets/?ee=96 [...]

Back Door, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] Field Booking Until: A one-off showing as part of the Black Box Festival for Etcetera Theatre. Box Office: 020 7482 4857 Booking Link: http://www.etceteratheatre.com [...]

Jerks in Progress, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] : Some of the material was underprepared even for a scratch performance Jerks in Progress, Etcetera Theatre – Review Pros: Offered glimpses of some really promising characters Cons: Some of the [...]

Oyster Boy, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] was occasionally distracting. Another day, another review and fate brings me back to the Etcetera Theatre on Camden High Street which is fast becoming one of my favourite pub venues. A further [...]

Jerks in Progress, Etcertera Theatre – Review

[...] . Cons: The ideas were sometimes so raw they felt incomplete and difficult to follow. The Etcetera Theatre is well known for hosting an array of fringe theatre and comedy. Situated above the lively [...]

No White Mongoose for Wilma, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] High Street throbbed with its usual atmosphere as my companion and I made our way to the Etcetera Theatre above the Oxford Arms. The venue has an excellent menu and I would thoroughly recommend the [...]

Greywing House, Etcetera Theatre – Review

Pros: A well-written and performed one-person show with great puppetry. Cons: The story was slow to develop and some scene transitions need developme [...]

Small Village, Etcetera Theatre – Review

Pros: Full of laughs with a strong evocation of place. Cons: The happy ending is satisfying but not entirely convincing. Small Village, Etcetera Thea [...]

The Show Offs’ Improvised Musical, Etcetera Theatre – Review

Pros: Fun, engaging and unique. Cons: A bit disjointed, and the cast are too focused on individual performances to excel as a group. The Show Offs’ [...]

Unsigned, Etcetera Theatre – Review

Pros: Fun and relatable with great live music. Cons: A play with big aspirations, the script and plot could use some fine tuning and the action was a [...]

Jerks in Progress, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] Jerks in Progress is a comedy night playing at Etcetera Theatre as part of their Black Box Festival for upcoming theatre makers. When a show has a name like Jerks in Progress, I have to work [...]

Oyster Boy, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] Street which is fast becoming one of my favourite pub venues. A further instalment in the Black Box Festival, Oyster Boy is the tale of Jim and Alice, a couple whose lives are turned upside down by [...]

No White Mongoose for Wilma, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] the food as the play imagines a Victorian gastronomy challenge. Presented as part of the Black Box Festival, No White Mongoose for Wilma is the odd, though engaging tale of Ms Wilma… Our Verdict [...]

Back Door, Etcetera Theatre – Review

[...] Broadway Company Design by: Eleanor Field Booking Until: A one-off showing as part of the Black Box Festival for Etcetera Theatre. Box Office: 020 7482 4857 Booking Link: http://www.etceteratheatre. [...]

Skint, The Vaults – Review

Pros: The dialogue is sharp and delivered with impeccable timing by the cast. Cons: Elements of soap-opera-style drama seem unnecessary and superfluo [...]

Lie Collector, The Vaults – Review

Pros: Hilarious, creative and just outright bonkers. Cons: Needed a bit more direction in parts. Lie Collector, The Vaults – Review Pros: Hilariou [...]

True Brits, The Vaults – Review

Pros: David Mumeni’s performance as the likeable hero, Rahul. Cons: Some aspects of the plot stretch credibility. True Brits, The Vaults – Review [...]

Macbeth, The Vaults – Review

Pros: A strong performance in the title role and a striking, live audio accompaniment combine in a powerful, charged version of the classic. Cons: So [...]

Legend of the Sun, Sadler’s Wells – Review

Pros: Authenticity, incredible acting, emotion, and music. Cons: Live singing would have really topped it off. Legend of the Sun, Sadler’s Wells [...]

Richard Alston Dance Company 20th anniversary performance, Sadlers Well’s – Revi...

Pros: If you are not a seasoned fan of contemporary dance then this was a great introduction to some of the art form’s most innovative work. Cons: [...]

Young Men, Sadler’s Wells – review

Pros: The expressive choreography and the immersive orchestral score make this performance both epic and moving. Cons: One might quibble that it’s [...]

Gods and Monsters, Southwark Playhouse – Review

Pros: An excellent opportunity to see an experienced veteran of the stage and screen in a fabulously meaty leading role. Cons: It clocks in with a su [...]

Upper Cut, Southwark Playhouse – Review

Pros: Playwright Juliet Gilkes Romero addresses important political issues with humour and a light touch. Cons: The back-to-front way of telling the [...]

Bat Boy, The Musical, Southwark Playhouse – Review

Pros: A strong cast perform a host of catchy musical numbers. Cons: The plot is chaotic and treats some particularly dark themes with an unconcerned [...]

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Molly Wobbly, Leicester Square Theatre – Review

[...] Video Content Created By: Blacknorth Booking Until: 14 March 2015 Box Office: 08448 733433 Booking Link: http://www.leicestersquaretheatre.com/ [...]

Romeo and Rosaline, Bread and Roses Theatre – Review

[...] : Sharon Jennings Director: Matthew Gould Producer: Fentiman Box Office: 0333 666 3366 Booking Link: http://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/romeo-and-rosaline.html Booking Until: 14 [...]

The Jest, The Vaults – Review

[...] yes they are that good! Produced, Written and Performed by: The Jest Box Office: 0207 620 3364 Booking link: http://www.vaultfestival.com/project/the-jest/ Booking until: 1 February 2015 [...]

Wild Worlds: Dark Side, The Vaults – Review

[...] and Producer: The Artful Badger Booking Until: 14 February 2015 Box Office: 0207 620 3364 Booking Link: http://www.vaultfestival.com/project/wild-worlds-dark-side/ [...]

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