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Dead Sheep, Churchill Theatre

A touring revival of Park Theatre’s 2015 production is a story that resonates as deeply with Britain’s current affairs.

Dead Sheep is the story of one of British politics most tumultuous pairings; Margaret Thatcher (PM) and her Foreign Secretary Geoffrey Howe, a man seen as so weak that Denis Healey once described debating with him as  371 more words

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Luv at Christmas: Comedy at Park Theatre

Top Christmas Theatre: Recommendation #1

Theatre at Christmas doesn’t have to mean pantomime. Here’s the first of our recommendations for shows that will rouse some festive cheer. 106 more words

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REVIEW: Saving Jason, Park Theatre

Peter Quilter’s new comedy looks at what it means to have an addiction in a very intimate production. 

What lengths would you go to try and prevent your child going down a dangerous path? 531 more words

Review: Deny, Deny, Deny

The rule of an addict that refuses to admit their problem – deny, deny, deny. Whether a legal substance or not, all of the addiction programmes say that the will to change has to come from within, from that additional admission, “I have a problem.” But all too often in sport, the desire to win overrules the professional responsibility to play fair. 578 more words

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Boys in The Band at The Park Theatre

Sadly the last night is tonight (Sunday 30th October) and it is another play I did not get around to blogging about.  The play has been criticised for being dated; it was a ground breaking play about gay men back in 1968.  85 more words

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The Boys in the Band

This play takes you on a surprising journey. It starts as a light comedy, turns bitchy and bitter and ends up positively vicious. Set amongst gay friends at a birthday party in New York City in 1968, it does feel like a bit of a museum piece now, but it does have a lot to say about the societal pressure and personal insecurities that underpinned the behaviours on show.  229 more words

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THEATRE REVIEW: The Boys In The Band starring Mark Gatiss & Daniel Boys

WORTH A LOOK?: *****

WHERE?: Park Theatre

WHEN: 9/10 (matinee), runs to 30/10

We’d read quite a lot about this Mart Crowley classic before we decided to give it a go. 280 more words

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