Author: Damien Russell


Fake News by Osman Baig at Waterloo East Theatre | Review

Hitting us hard with the buzz-phrase of the year, Osman Baig in association with Paragon Theatre Collective presents us with a story of Fake News in this one-of-a-kind one-man show. …

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Flying Elephant Productions presents Picasso’s Women | Review

Many will know Pablo Picasso’s paintings and his most popular pieces carry a distinct style that is instantly recognisable. Fewer people, perhaps, will know Pablo Picasso; serial adulterer and user …

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Review: Play Something – Drayton Arms Theatre | London

The classic tale of romance in the face of adversity is given a shakedown and reimagining in Stage Write’s new production; Play Something. Flying in the face of ‘boy meets …

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Review of A Bench at the Edge at The Hen and Chickens Theatre

As part of the Camden Fringe Festival, Theatre of Heaven and Hell bring you A Bench at the Edge. Originally by contemporary American playwright Luigi Jannuzzi, this dramatic dark comedy …

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Young Frankenstein at the Garrick Theatre London | Review

Charmingly raunchy romp Young Frankenstein is treading the boards once more at the Garrick Theatre, bringing the cult classic film back to life in a lively, light-hearted musical medley. Starring …

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