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The Boys in the Band (Vaudeville Theatre, London)

Written by Mart Crowley

Directed by Adam Penford

Cast: Daniel Boys (Donald),  Jack Derges (Cowboy),  Mark Gatiss (Harold),  Ian Hallard (Michael), James Holmes (Emory),  John Hopkins… 1,142 more words

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THEATRE REVIEW: The Boys In The Band starring Mark Gatiss


WHERE: Vaudeville Theatre

WHEN: 9/2 (matinee), runs to 18/2

We first saw this production last October at the Park Theatre and it was shortlisted for our monsta for Best Revival in 2016. 340 more words


Q&A: Mark Gatiss on The Boys In The Band


WHEN: 23/1

Last year’s production of The Boys In The Band (Park Theatre) was one of our top five theatre revivals of 2016, earning itself a monsta nomination. 326 more words


London Theatres You Need To Visit

Here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to some theatres you must visit if you are in the capital… 

1. Southwark Playhouse – at the moment, the theatre isn’t based in Southwark but in Elephant and Castle but it presents a wide variety of dramas and presents musicals that haven’t been seen on stage for a long time, with notable productions being… 232 more words


Raising Martha


This six-handed farcical Middle England ‘romp-com’ by David Spicer centres round the disinterred and disassembled skeleton of Martha ‘Mother’ Duffy. Her exhumation by animal rights (psycho)activists and comical bone dispersal leads to a series of (un)orchestrated calamitous events with territorial greed, weed and ultimately chicken feed in the mix. 326 more words


Review: Raising Martha, Park Theatre

Erring on the ridiculous, Raising Martha is a new satirical play by radio writer David Spicer on animal rights activism, familial greed and cannabis with a lead actor who looks curiously like Jeremy Corbyn. 424 more words

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Jake 'The Snake' Roberts

Retired WWE wrestler Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts was in town at the Park Theatre as part of his Unspoken Word tour. Opening the show was comedian Alex ‘Koolaid’ Ansel.

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