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'Touching' Great War Play Excuse for Massive Explosions

A touching new play by the Tideline Runners Theatre Company commissioned to commemorate the outbreak of the Great War is a cover to showcase the biggest on-stage explosion since pyrotechnics went badly wrong during the 1945 performance of… 500 more words

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Oliver!

Directed by Laurence Connor

Birmingham Hippodrome

Review written – 31st March 2012

Everyone knows the story of Oliver Twist, the young orphan who asks for more gruel and unbeknown to him this simple request leads to him journeying to London, joining a criminal gang and eventually discovering his heritage. 429 more words

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Men Behaving Badly

Best known for playing the role of Tony in Men Behaving Badly, British actor Neil Morrissey took on one of the all time crims as Fagin, my dears, in the sell-out UK touring production of Lionel Barts classic musical… 260 more words

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Bigamy is Not a Laughing Matter

Run for Your Wife (2012)

Dir. Ray Cooney & John Luton

Like a fart in a lift, Run for Your Wife grabs you by the back of the throat and won’t let go until it’s finally dissipated. 410 more words

Review - Relative Values, Harold Pinter Theatre, 14th June 2014

I’ve seen some great Coward, I’ve seen some iffy Coward, but for the most part you can rely on him to provide you with a sophisticated comedy of manners, probably involving at least one maid, some aristocrats and an outsider to shake things up. 1,065 more words

Chris Sparkle