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Trumpageddon by Simon Jay at the King’s Head Theatre

So, I’m sitting writing this review as Donald Trump is declared the winner in the US Presidential Election. If you are on Twitter then just take five minutes to search for #Trumpageddon and you will see a huge reaction to the victory. You will also see comments about Simon Jay’s one-man show Trumpageddon which I saw…

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Dead Funny ‘is simply a wonderful night out…’

The British have given much to the world of theatre. Aside from Shakespeare, there are Andrew Lloyd Webber and Alan Ayckbourn to name but two. However, in one particular genre, the Brits are outstanding, although often not fully understood by non-brits, and that is farce. I mention this as one of the finest examples of…

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Review of The Dresser at The Duke of York’s Theatre London West End

Webster’s dictionary defines symbiosis as “the relationship between two different kinds of living things that live together and depend on each other” and David Attenborough has done some fine programmes on symbiotic relationships. However, if you truly want to understand what we mean by symbiosis, then get yourself along to London’s Duke of York’s Theatre…

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The Slave is a powerful and thought-provoking play – Tristan Bates Theatre

In 1964 the writer LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka wrote and performed a powerful one act play to reflect the struggles of life for black people at that time. Fifty Two years later and The Slave is receiving its European premiere as part of Black History Month at the Tristan Bates Theatre. The play starts with Walker…

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5-star The Time Machine at the Old Red Lion Theatre

Be honest, how many of you out there would love to have a genuine time machine? As a dedicated Whovian, I can’t tell you how often the word TARDIS has appeared on my Christmas list. However, have you thought about the consequences of being able to travel forwards and backwards along the space-time continuum? Well,…