Review of The Secret Garden at The Ambassadors Theatre
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Review of The Secret Garden at The Ambassadors Theatre

The Secret Garden is a well known novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett from the early part of the twentieth century. As is the way of things, a lyricist Marsha Norman and composer Lucy Simon took the story and made it into a Tony Award winning musical of the same name. Here in London, The British…

Family Values is a well written dramatic piece…
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Family Values is a well written dramatic piece…

Once again, it’s that time of year where entertainers and theatre companies try out their productions before heading up to Edinburgh. And once again, there seems to be some really top notch stuff heading north of the border. As a prime example of this, let me introduce you to Ghost Light Theatre’s offering Family Values…

Review of Remedial Remedies at Above the Gatehouse
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Review of Remedial Remedies at Above the Gatehouse

There is a lot of talk in the press about the pressure we put children under to pass exams. Right from infants, they are being tested and checked to make sure their progress follows the route dictated by those clever folks at the Dept for Education. Of course, there were three exams that really mattered…

The End of Longing is a nicely written and superbly delivered play…
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The End of Longing is a nicely written and superbly delivered play…

One of the worst things about being a famous American actor from a highly successful television series is that everybody remembers you in a particular role and if you come to the West End in a play where you are the writer and one of the stars, then the comparisons with your famous alter-ego really…