5-star THIS HOUSE at Garrick Theatre

An assemblage of intrigue and counter-intrigue, cheating and counter cheating, insurgency and counter-insurgency is set not in some fictional John Le Carré-inspired diegesis but in our very own Mother of Parliaments, the House of Commons. This is not “political theatre” of the idealogical kind as no side is taken, no agenda pushed by the excellent … Read more5-star THIS HOUSE at Garrick Theatre

Shook Up Shakespeare’s Midsummer Madness – Review

Shook Up Shakespeare

The wonderful Shook Up Shakespeare has burst onto our collective Shakespearian consciousness once again to cajole us into party mood at the wake-for- Shakes we’ve all been waiting for (probably). Midsummer Madness is fun and funny, excitable and exciting, pure joy and immensely enjoyable. Above all there is true reverence in the show’s irreverence, an … Read moreShook Up Shakespeare’s Midsummer Madness – Review

Review of In The Heights at King’s Cross Theatre

In The Heights

So we have a small, independent cab company, a small independent hair salon, a very small, very independent bodega; we have street vendors and (mobile) front stoops and fire hydrants and the A train subway station and coffee and piraguas (shaved-ice coolers) and extreme heat with Con Edison gone walkabout and an insular, family-first, Dominican-American … Read moreReview of In The Heights at King’s Cross Theatre