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Sweeney Todd Reviewed

If you enjoy a murderously good time at the theatre then Sweeney Todd has plenty of good tunes and lots of cold blooded murder to quench your thirst or appetite depending if you can stomach knowing what goes into one of Mrs Lovett’s pies and just like the ingredients of her pies madness, love, revenge and death are mixed together to produce a dark production with a topping of juicy black comedy. 375 more words

Musical

Review: Sweeney Todd @ Adelphi Theatre

Director Jonathan Kent’s revival of this well known musical has transferred to the West End from Chichester where it has won numerous plaudits. Regardless of whether you’re a fan of Imelda Staunton or not, it is definitely worth going to see this musical just for her superb performance. 494 more words

Contemporary

Sweeney Todd: new audio

Chichester, November, 4, 2011
Michael Ball, Imelda Staunton, Lucy May Barker, John Bowe, Luke Brady, Robert Burt, Gillian Kirkpatrick, James McConville, Peter Polycarpou

Sweeney Todd - Chichester

This is my tenth Sweeney Todd, but I don’t think I’ve laughed or squirmed so much at any of the others. This is very dark but often very funny, which makes it a great Sweeney. 269 more words

Theatre

Lord of the Flies, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

I read William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies a couple of years ago, therefore I was very interested in seeing this adaption.

It is about a group of school boys, who are the only survivors of a plane crash and try to govern themselves on a deserted island, with a terrible outcome. 401 more words

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