Review of Hamlet at The Rose Playhouse London

Hamlet

Just a couple of hundred metres from the familiar facades of Shakespeare’s Globe stands the lesser-known, but historically fascinating Rose Playhouse. The oldest theatre on Bankside, it is now largely an archaeological site after its accidental discovery in 1989, but the tiny stage also hosts several plays each year, Shakespearean and otherwise. In this, the 400th … Read more Review of Hamlet at The Rose Playhouse London

Review of JEEPERS CREEPERS at Leicester Square Theatre London

Marty Feldman

A play about the Hollywood film years of an iconic and hugely successful British 1960s/70s comedian, promoted by a poster dominated by the smiling face of said comedian promised so much. A trip down memory lane; a reminder of some of his most celebrated, iconic moments; some laughs as well a glimpse into the private personality of the … Read more Review of JEEPERS CREEPERS at Leicester Square Theatre London