Reviews


Party Time and Celebration – Pinter at the Pinter | Review

Watching these two late Pinter one-acters in the major season that bears his name, performed in the theatre that does likewise, I couldn’t help thinking of a remark made by …

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Simon Callow in A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre | Review

A Christmas Carol at the Arts Theatre brings to life this classic Christmas story, in a very likeable and entertaining production. Narrated and acted entirely by Simon Callow, it is …

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at Piccadilly Theatre

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is kind of a big deal. Since its opening, 6 years ago, it has attracted audiences of all ages to watch what …

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The National Youth Theatre: Macbeth

What a relief! A good Macbeth. Recent productions of the Scottish play haven’t fared particularly well. The Royal Shakespeare’s version (Barbican) being distinctly ‘ok’, and the Globe’s recent production having …

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Review of Radiant Vermin at Brockley Jack Studio Theatre

The Brothers Grimm meet the Macbeths in this latest version of Phillip Ridley’s 2015 macabre and often hilarious play. Almost four years later it is every bit as relevant: nothing …

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