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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30 Mar 2019
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The Play That Goes Wrong review

Some critics are quick to claim that farce is an acquired, antiquated form of comedy that isn’t remotely funny, but I defy anyone in attendance at the Duchess Theatre during The Play That Goes Wrong to sit stoney-faced for even a second.  The Play That Goes Wrong has been making audiences cry...

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10 Mar 2019
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Six the Musical review

With five Olivier nominations under its belt, SIX has been at the centre of musical theatre buzz for the last year. Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ new musical sees the Tudor queens turn into pop princesses as they compete for the crown of ‘who had it worst’ in this stadium-style pop...

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8 Mar 2019
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The Twilight Zone review

Whether you’ve seen the classic TV series or not, everyone has heard of The Twilight Zone. The eerie theme tune and title itself have embedded themselves into popular culture to become synonymous with the weird and creepy, and this new stage adaptation by US playwright Anne Washburn certainly...

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7 Mar 2019
Waitress

Waitress review

Sara Bareilles’ musical Waitress, transferring after Broadway success, is a sweet slice of beautiful harmonies and a celebration of female friendship. Based on the late Adrienne Shelly’s 2007 film, the musical follows Jenna (Katharine McPhee), a waitress and piemaker in an abusive relationship...

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5 Mar 2019
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Mamma Mia! review

It’s hard to comprehend that this month marks the 20th anniversary of the musical Mamma Mia! – a show that continues to resonate with audiences of all ages. And it still remains one of the very few ‘jukebox’ musicals that is actually good. The story and songs flow as if they were written...

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1 Mar 2019
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Rip It Up - The 60s review

Featuring the most 'schoolgirl-crush-worthy' Strictly winners, Rip It Up - The 60s is an unabashed, swinging good time. The set-up is simple: one set, a small band and a whistle stop tour through the biggest hits and trends of the Sixties. Cavin Cornwall as our capable MC (with a delicious honeyed...

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