Author: Tomm Ingram


Summer And Smoke Duke of York’s Theatre, London | Review

Tennessee Williams is arguably one of the greatest and most praised of playwrights. Which is why when a play of his hasn’t previously hit the mark as many of the …

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Stepping Out at The Brockley Jack Theatre | Review

Get your three T’s ready – tits, teeth and taps, of course. The truly tap-tastic sensation, Stepping Out is back once again and this time it’s at The Brockley Jack …

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Murder Ballad at The Arts Theatre – Review

Within recent productions, the Arts Theatre, located just off Leicester Square, has become the central venue for exploring the more ‘risky’ musicals. With a small 350-seat capacity but still being in the …

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Review of The Last Tango at the Phoenix Theatre

Strictly fans, rejoice! Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace are back in London’s West End. Though for many dedicated fans, this is also a sombre affair as the famous BBC dancing duo …

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Avenue Q on Tour at The Churchill Theatre Bromley

I am a huge fan of this musical. Since its West End premiere in 2006, this show has made itself known across the UK as something different and something worth …

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