Reviews


Pinter Three: Landscape – A Kind of Alaska – Monologue

A star-studded cast has been assembled for Pinter at the Pinter, a season of short plays which shows the work of the Nobel Prize-winning writer in a new light. If …

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Review of Waiting for God at Leatherhead Theatre

It is such a treat to be able to have dinner with my family before leaving for the theatre, rather than bolting down a sandwich and a coffee as I …

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Review: Billy Bishop Goes To War | Jermyn Street Theatre

As we approach the centenary of The Armistice of 11th November 1918, the Jermyn Street Theatre is doing its bit by putting on a series of plays that explore different …

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The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists | Tara Arts Theatre

Ever been taken for a ride? I mean a ride in a rickety old brake (carriage), with a set of wonderful eclectic characters, down gentle English country lanes, in a …

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Fake News by Osman Baig at Waterloo East Theatre | Review

Hitting us hard with the buzz-phrase of the year, Osman Baig in association with Paragon Theatre Collective presents us with a story of Fake News in this one-of-a-kind one-man show. …

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