Category Archives: Theatre reviews

Review – Josie Long Tour, Manchester

Becky of Team DC went to see Josie Long on Tour in Manchester last week: Last weekend I went to see Josie Long at Gorilla in Manchester.  The demand was so great to see her, that a matinee was quickly … Continue reading

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Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

Opening this week at the Playhouse Theatre in London is the musical production of Pedro Almodovar’s 1988 film of the same name ‘Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown.’ The plot focuses on Pepa who has just found out … Continue reading

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My Top 5 – Shows to see right now!

Barry Burnett of Burnett Crowther Ltd, renowned theatrical agent to stars including the fabulous Barbara Windsor gives us his Top 5 shows to see in London right now to see us through the cold winter months: CATS Fight to get … Continue reading

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Review – Slava’s Snowshow, London

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.

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Theatre Review – The Wolf from the Door

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

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My Top 5 – Shows to See – Barry Burnett

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

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Review – Forbidden Broadway, London

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.

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