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Saturday 19 April 2014 1:01 PM

Theatre Reviews

Sun, sangria and adulterous shenanigans... Duty Free is back, but is it the dregs or a delicious final draught?

David and Amy, Robert and Linda, and longsuffering waiter Carlos are all weaving about in the Spanish resort once more but the recipe for the poplar Eighties TV show has been shaken and stirred for the stage adaptation.

Three of the four

09:06 Thu 10 Apr 2014
Jesus and Mary It's Lent - but soon I'll get it back again, to paraphrase Mae West. But really, the run-up to Easter is the ideal time to watch the latest show by Slough Windsor and Maidenhead Theatrical
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09:49 Thu 03 Apr 2014
Tom Jones Being married to a valley boy, Tom Jones's Green, Green Grass of Home can often be heard in my house when a bout of homesickness strikes, or when Wales win any sporting game. I like
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16:57 Wed 05 Mar 2014
Cinderella Once upon a time, there was a young girl going to her first ballet... No, not me. It would take quite a transformation scene to turn me into a youngster once again, but I did
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12:13 Wed 09 Apr 2014
Scooby Doo Scooby-Doo and the gang - Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne - drove the Mystery Machine to High Wycombe this week to solve the riddle of Pharaoh Hatchepsout's Pyramid, and it was hard not to imagine
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11:26 Wed 19 Mar 2014
Liza, Liza, Liza Life really has been a cabaret for Liza Minnelli who has lived in the shadow of her famous mother, Judy Garland, and has earned Hollywood stardom through sheer hard work and amazing talent. Certainly that
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09:23 Mon 03 Mar 2014
WitTank As I stood in front of the audience pretending to play an imaginary organ while someone sprayed me with water, I realised my sides were aching from laughing. The WitTank comedy trio made up of
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