4 Sep 2019
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Heartbeat of Home review

Nearly forty dancers and musicians from across the globe come together in Heartbeat of Home, a dynamic dance extravaganza by the producers of Riverdance. The show has wowed audiences in Ireland, North America, Germany and China, and has found its current home at the Piccadilly Theatre for a...

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28 Aug 2019
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The Son review

A broken family. Mental illness. Teenage depression. Florian Zeller’s The Son is a heart-breaking portrayal of how a painful event can trigger despair, and how those suffering often struggle to understand their own inner demons. It is the third part of a loose trilogy by the French playwright,...

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12 Aug 2019
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The Doctor review

Please note: This review is from the production's run at the Almeida Theatre. The production will transfer to the Duke of York's Theatre in 2021.  Playwright and director Robert Icke has become a darling of the UK theatre scene thanks to his smart adaptations of European classics. His latest...

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10 Aug 2019
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Wicked review

Over a decade since its London premiere Wicked is still flying high in the West End, and it’s not hard to see why. Crammed with catchy music, gravity-defying singers and an unforgettable tale of friendship and acceptance, this Wizard of Oz prequel is a dazzling origin story for an iconic...

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3 Aug 2019
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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat review

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat has long had a reputation of sticking firmly in the realm of nostalgia – picture a choir of primary school children wearing rainbow-coloured t-shirts, 2D sets that creak and wobble as they’re moved across the stage, and a Dreamcoat that has lost...

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18 Jun 2019
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The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13¾ - The Musical review

We all remember being 13. It’s that awkward stage where you start getting spots and fancying people, and might be lucky enough to sport a set of train tracks too. This awkwardness is portrayed wonderfully on the stage in this hilarious musical adaptation of Sue Townsend’s classic story of...

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11 Jun 2019
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Waitress review

After becoming an instant smash-hit on Broadway, Sara Bareilles’ musical Waitress opened in the West End in February this year. Based on the 2007 film of the same name, the musical follows Jenna Hunterson, a diner waitress and gifted baker desperate to escape her abusive relationship with...

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28 May 2019
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The Book of Mormon review

Still one of the hottest tickets in London’s West End, almost a decade after its premiere, The Book of Mormon is one of the rudest, non-PC, gut-wrenchingly hilarious shows ever put to music. The Tony and Olivier Award-winning musical is created by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone,...

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16 May 2019
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The Phantom of the Opera review

The Phantom of the Opera is a stalwart of London’s West End. The musical has been enthralling audiences for over 13,000 performances across 33 hugely successful years at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Chris Hart’s masterpiece contains some of the most iconic and instantly...

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2 May 2019
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Rosmersholm review

Hayley Atwell of Captain America and Agent Carter fame and Tom Burke, best-known for the titular role in BBC's Strike are starring in a new adaptation of Ibsen’s Romersholm. The play is considered by many to be the best play by the nineteenth century Norwegian playwright who is often credited...

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