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Saturday 30 April 2016 8:10 AM

Theatre Reviews

He has been calling on us since 1945 and now he's knocking at our doors again.

JB Priestley's An Inspector Calls has been retold countless times yet its themes of collective responsibility and shared humanity seem as strangely relevant as ever.

Oscar nominated director Steven Daldry's latest's adaption of the classic thriller is a cocktail of pulsating suspense, creative staging and

09:40 Fri 22 Apr 2016
Jungle Book With skateboarding wolves and a beatboxing Baloo, this is a hiphop story of a modern Mowgli and the jungle is the urban one. Three years in development, the show's vigorous young performers use circus skills,
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11:37 Tue 22 Mar 2016
heartbeat Following its cancellation 2010, hearts across the country were broken and children cried as one of televisions best loved shows (including my own) was abruptly dumped off the cliff side at Whitby and cast adrift
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10:47 Wed 13 Jan 2016
Windsor Theatre Night As a murder mystery fan I was really looking forward to the opening night of Rehearsal for Murder, and I wasn't disappointed. With an effective, simple single set throughout the play and carefully created flashbacks
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14:50 Wed 23 Mar 2016
End Barking like a dog, stumbling and simulating sex acts - watching Judy Garland in this engrossing play, you can be pretty sure you're not in Kansas any more... End of The Rainbow is set in
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14:22 Tue 16 Feb 2016
Flare Path Winston Churchill called this 'a masterpiece of understatement' - a fitting accolade from the prime minister who led Britain through the real wartime drama. Terrence Rattigan drew on his own experience as a tail gunner
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14:00 Fri 18 Dec 2015
cinderella The performance was spectacular, with the whole cast pulling together a truly magical performance. To me and my sons, the belles of the ball were Kevin Cruise and the ugly sisters played by Steven Blakeley
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