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Slava’s Snowshow returned to the Southbank Centre in London last night for it’s fourth year running, and truly deserves to return again for at least the next forty years in my opinion, it really is a magical show.
Lauren went to see The Wolf from the Door at the Royal Court in London: London’s Royal Court theatre‘s current season is focused entirely upon the subject of revolution. The opening play to the season is ‘The Wolf from the … Continue reading
Barry Burnett of Burnett Crowther Ltd, renowned theatrical agent to stars including Barbara Windsor, Penelope Keith, Patrick Mower and Wayne Sleep gives us his top shows to look out for this Autumn/Winter in the West End and on Broadway 1 … Continue reading
Forbidden Broadway has just transferred from it’s smaller home at the Menier Chocolate Factory to the west end’s Vaudeville theatre, and deservedly so.
To Kill a Mockingbird was at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London until September 13th; Becky went to one of the last few performances: ‘Ever since I first read “To Kill A Mockingbird” at school it has held … Continue reading
A hilarious and quirky comedy at the St. James Theatre, London about a lesbian couple who have reach their stage in their relationships where they have decided that they would like to have a baby; but one that they feel … Continue reading
The thing that has managed to stick with me most from my night of seeing My Night with Reg at the Donmar Warehouse in London is the audience reaction – the incredibly vocal audience reaction – that is a mixture … Continue reading
Last weekend the Minx and I went to see Hetty Feather at the Vaudeville Theatre, London. She’s just eight and we haven’t dipped into the world of Jacqueline Wilson quite yet so we fell headfirst into this and it was … Continue reading
Lauren went to see Medea at The National Theatre in London: There is no better way of summarising Medea than to say ‘hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.’ Medea is undoubtedly one of the most disturbing, and frankly, … Continue reading
Kate Prince and the country’s leading hip-hop dance company ZooNation have returned to Southbank Centre following the huge success of last year’s world premiere of Groove On Down The Road.