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5-star Christina Bianco’s O Come All Ye Divas at Charing Cross Theatre

It’s Christmas! The season of cheer, alcohol, food and Christmas shows. If panto doesn’t float your boat, there’s a wide range of different types of shows available, but if you want to have a fantastic evening, you should go to see Christina Bianco’s show O Come All Ye Divas at the Charing Cross Theatre. Christina…

Gods and Monsters at Southwark Playhouse
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Gods and Monsters at Southwark Playhouse

Gods and Monsters is an interesting beast, no pun intended. It’s based on the novel Father of Frankenstein by Christopher bram, although most viewers will be more familiar with the movie starring Ian McKellen, which came out in 1998. The story in all its iterations is a semi-fictionalised account of the last days of James…

DYSPLA – Monsters, Mavericks, Mothers
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DYSPLA – Monsters, Mavericks, Mothers

Monsters, Mavericks, Mothers is the title of this years’ DYSPLA festival, which celebrates works by dyslexic artists. From the moment you enter Camden Peoples Theatre, it’s unlike your usual theatre experience. You get given an envelope with cards along with your ticket, and I must have looked very confused, as one of the organisers quickly…

The Pajama Men Just the Two of Each of Us at Arts Theatre
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The Pajama Men Just the Two of Each of Us at Arts Theatre

The Pajama Men is a comedy duo comprised of Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez. The two met in high school in Albuquerque, New Mexico while auditioning for an improv team and have been developing their own special brand of comedy ever since. This show, Just The Two of Each of Us has already thrilled audiences at…

The Living Room at Jermyn Street Theatre
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The Living Room at Jermyn Street Theatre

The Living Room tells the story of a young Catholic woman who after her mother’s death goes to live with her elderly family members. The story starts with the arrival of Rose and Michael, the executor of her mother’s will who is a married man in his 40s. It becomes apparent immediately that the two…