The bard gets replaced by the baaard in Missouri Williams’
eccentric production King Lear With Sheep at The Courtyard Theatre.
King Joffrey, a Scottish koala bear and a Jane Austen loving,
guitar-strumming narrator walk onto a spaceship.
In this 50th anniversary production of David
Halliwell’s comedy Little Malcolm and His
Struggle Against The Eunuchs at The Southwark Playhouse, Soggy Arts invite
us to visit t…
Iris Theatre’s promenade production
of Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night
is a sumptuous romp around and inside the magnificent St Paul’s Actors’ Church
in Covent Garden…
In a cavernous corner of the Dragonfly Brewery in Acton,
London, Franz Schubert ponders life, death and music.
Like the best headline grabbers, Clarion, a play at the Arcola Theatre about a fictional hated British newspaper, shines the most when full of punchy, clever zingers striking left …
Space operas are so 1970s.
The Temple is the thing at this unusual
production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet -Temple Church that is.
This show is a work in progress and has been reviewed with that in mind.
Against a backdrop of terror and war comes The Blue Elephant
Theatre’s The Flying Roast Goose - the affecting tale of one woman and her
winged companion told in a charming and …
Monologues are a difficult thing – too
short and it’s easy to feel cheated out of admittance to a fully formed performance,
but too long and it’s hard not to become apathet…
Playwright Werner Schwab was just 35 when
he died from what must have been quite a drinking spree after a New Year’s Eve
party in 1994.
South Boston, the place of ‘cahs’ instead of ‘cars’, is the all-encompassing setting for Good People, David Lindsay-Abaire’s fascinating story of pride, poverty and the p…
All That Jazz.
The claws may not be fully out for this night of name dropping and gossip mongering with the Queen of Dynasty, but there’s certainly still a lot of fun to be had, especially if t…
Three undead lesbians walk into a bar.
As of late there has been an increasing number of acts hopping onto the improvised performance wagon at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, to the extent that you might start to flinch …
Variety shows were once all the rage – make or break performances where talent was snapped up and audiences were left almost bewildered and stunned by the wonderful trinity of li…
The Route To Happiness is a musical in its purest form, in that it is purely music.
The problem with starting a play with a man dressed in a moose costume explaining his life story to the audience is that, other than being a little odd, a high level of weird has a…
The Dreamer Examines His Pillow is one of the earlier stage plays written by John Patrick Shanley, the playwright best known for his Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning stage pla…
It’s the end of the world as we know it at the Camden People’s Theatre, but hey, at least there are biscuits.
Pantomime is traditionally seen as more of a treat for the kids than the adults, but after hearing the raucous laughter from nearly every adult audience member in the building at s…
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