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The Comedy About A Bank Robbery (Sunday Matinee) @ Criterion Theatre, 17/7/16

Once again, I have completely and utterly failed at updating at least semi-regularly. I want to be better. So badly. But alas, working two jobs means that free time is rare, and also that when I do have free time I am exhausted and have a bunch of other stuff to do. 501 more words

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The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Mischief Theatre have done it again. After the phenomenal success of The Play That Goes Wrong and Peter Pan Goes Wrong, they turned their hand to more ‘traditional’ comedy, and… 376 more words

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Things to See and Do... Wednesday 25th May

Thank goodness! We are halfway through the working week, so its time to think of ways to spend your Bank holiday weekend, so here is a few ideas….  262 more words

Original London Cast Album of Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined Release Date Confirmed

Ghostlight Records will release the London Cast recording of Close to You: Bacharach Reimagined in digital formats on the 24th June and in a double disc format on the 1st July it has been confirmed.  256 more words

'Close To You: Bacharach Reimagined' Album On Its Way

Kyle Riabko‘s had quite a ride with his reworking of classic Burt Bacharach tracks and the show Close To You: Bacharach Reimagined.

After a successful run at… 219 more words

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The Comedy About a Bank Robbery Announces Extension

Mischief Theatre’s latest show has barely been officially open at the Criterion Theatre for a week, but has already announced that it will be extending its run at the Criterion Theatre until 2017.  300 more words

Are 'Mischief Theatre' the new 'Crazy Gang?'

At best, the name Bud Flanagan now means to most people the singer of the “Dads Army” theme – recorded just days before he died. Older generations, and those interested in Variety, though, will nod in recognition at “The Crazy Gang.” A band of comedy makers who could fill the London Palladium and Victoria Palace Theatres twice nightly for years on end… and did. 580 more words