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Friday 29 May 2015 11:09 PM

Theatre Reviews

The brand new production of Cole Porter's classic, multi-award winning musical-comedy, Anything Goes, for me, eighty years after it was originally conceived, has passed the test of time.

Set aboard the transatlantic liner the S.S. American, this is a story of lost-and-found love. Reno loves Billy, Billy loves Evangeline but Evangeline is engaged to marry a man she doesn't love


12:04 Tue 19 May 2015
Photo by Alastair Muir If you're the kind of person who finds Tinkerbell being accidentally electrocuted on stage funny, then this is the show for you. The premise is a play within a play - the passionate but shambolic
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10:42 Thu 30 Apr 2015
Photo by Darren Bell Today's review is brought to you by the letters O.M.G and L.O.L. Avenue Q is a monstrously funny musical. Think Sesame Street, add in a bit of South Park, put an
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10:24 Fri 17 Apr 2015
The cast of Danny Champion of the World Big kids, little kids, and anyone in between, I highly recommend you see Danny Champion of the World. The retelling of Roald Dahl's beloved novel stays true to the story with some of the script
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10:01 Wed 13 May 2015
Carman Welcome to Harmony - small-town USA and a hotbed of bravado, violence, and lust. Matthew Bourne's passionate and evocative dance thriller 'The Car Man', back on tour for the first time in eight years, brings
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12:00 Wed 22 Apr 2015
Boy in Striped pyjamas Best-selling book and £30m-grossing film, John Boyne's The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas has now been adapted by Angus Jackson for the stage. Simply but effectively staged on a revolving set, it tells of the
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13:00 Wed 15 Apr 2015
Dear Lupin True life stories seem to be all the rage at the moment, if you use the film industry as a benchmark. With accolade-winners such as The Imitation Game and The Theory Of Everything, you could
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