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Flash theatre recommendation: Kiss of the Spider Woman at The Menier Chocolate Factory

Last night I was lucky enough to see the final PREVIEW show of “Kiss of the Spider Woman” at the Menier Chocolate factory. I’m flagging I saw a preview show as, for those who may not familiar with the strange ways of theatre, a production will continue to be tweaked and changed until it opens on press night (which is happening tonight). 287 more words


The Story of Tonight

Well, last night, actually, but that’s not the name of the song. We’ve had these tickets to see Hamilton on the West End for 14 months, and it was finally our time! 385 more words

A theatre addict's latest favourites

Photo: By me – Pippin at Southwark Playhouse

While I’m having to scale back my theatre-going this year, the quality of the shows I’ve seen recently has made up for the reduction in volume.  1,032 more words


Review: One Last Waltz at Greenwich Theatre

Inspired by and performed in memory of writer and director Luke Adamson’s grandad Ernest, One Last Waltz from Black Coffee Theatre is a poignant and deeply personal portrayal of Alzheimer’s and the impact it can have on people’s lives and relationships. 629 more words

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Review: Things That Do Not C(o)unt at Waterloo East Theatre

2018 is an interesting time to be a woman. On the one hand, it’s depressing to realise that we haven’t progressed as far as we might have hoped; on the other, it’s inspiring to see so many female role models emerging to tirelessly campaign for change. 439 more words

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Review: After the Ball at Upstairs at the Gatehouse

The aptly named Time Productions have set themselves an ambitious challenge in staging Ian Grant’s After the Ball, which covers several decades in the life of one family. 620 more words

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Review: Checkpoint Chana at Finborough Theatre

It sometimes feels like barely a day goes by without someone in the public eye saying or doing something ill-advised, only to back down under the inevitable public outcry and issue a hastily written apology. 571 more words

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