Much Ado About Nothing Review Noel Coward Theatre
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Much Ado About Nothing Review Noel Coward Theatre

Much Ado About Nothing Review When you think about it, the transposition of Much Ado About Nothing from medieval Sicily to modern day Delhi is nothing if not logical. The new setting makes sense of the traditional values, the importance of honour, the rituals and displays. As director Iqbal Khan says: “Delhi is about as…

A Chorus of Disapproval Review Harold Pinter Theatre
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A Chorus of Disapproval Review Harold Pinter Theatre

A Chorus of Disapproval Review Blurring the lines – professionals playing amateurs: Imagine the scene, you’re an awkward widower who is trying to get some sort of social life, and you join the local operatic society. You can sort of sing, are instantly accepted and it immediately turns out everyone in the company, including the…

Les Miserables Review Queen’s Theatre London October 2012
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Les Miserables Review Queen’s Theatre London October 2012

There are some spoilers within this review so IF you haven’t seen the show before then be warned! I’ve always been a bit sceptical about going to see this production – I guess the name put me off – who wants to pay out good money for an evening of complete misery!  My friends comments…

Legally Blonde The Musical at New Wimbledon Theatre
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Legally Blonde The Musical at New Wimbledon Theatre

We went along to see the touring production of Legally Blonde The Musical at the New Wimbledon Theatre this week and what a fabulous show it is. We went to see Legally Blonde several times at the Savoy Theatre and the touring production is comparable to the tremendously successful show that we have seen in…

Let It Be review Prince of Wales Theatre
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Let It Be review Prince of Wales Theatre

Let It Be Review In 1970 Paul McCartney publicly announced he had left ‘The Beatles’ because of personal, business and musical differences. I missed out on a ‘Beatles’ live experience, having being born in 1977, but tonight at The Prince of Wales Theatre, I am going to see the new Beatles-themed musical ‘Let it be’….

The Mystery of Charles Dickens Review
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The Mystery of Charles Dickens Review

The Mystery of Charles Dickens Review at The Playhouse Theatre The only mystery in The Mystery of Charles Dickens is found in the title. During the two hour play no mystery surrounding the life or nature of the great man was allowed to remain. Rather he was laid bare, brought to life; his issues, his…