The Audience Review Gielgud Theatre
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The Audience Review Gielgud Theatre

Of all Peter Morgan’s interpretations of supposed reality, The Audience was surely the most appealing idea, and for one very solid reason. These audiences between The Queen and her Prime Minister of the day are the last word in privileged conversation: last word because neither party speaks about them afterwords – at least they’re not…

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Review
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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Review

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time Mark Haddon has always said the he regrets the fact that the phrase “Asperger Syndrome” appeared on the cover of his 2003 novel, because he didn’t want the protagonist, Christopher Boone to be labelled, or pigeonholed in any way. Rather, he explained, he cherry picked various…

Burn The Floor Review Shaftesbury Theatre London
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Burn The Floor Review Shaftesbury Theatre London

Burn The Floor Review I must admit that I had no great hopes for Burn The Floor at the Shaftesbury Theatre. As someone with two left feet, who doesn’t know their Cha Cha from their Foxtrot, the prospect of an evening of watching people dance was uninspiring to say the least. So when I found…

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…

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The Lion King Musical Review Lyceum Theatre London

The Lion King Musical Review: I was ten years old when The Lion King was first released in UK cinemas back in 1994. I fell in love with it instantly, and to this day, it remains one of my all-time favourite Disney films ever made – something my daughter and I both share. Watching the…