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Wow! Broadway in Chicago Presents The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at The Oriental Theatre (December 7, 2016)

Christopher is a 15 year old boy on a mission to solve the mystery of the neighbor’s murdered dog. During his search, he discovers another major mystery which intensifies his search for answers. 281 more words

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Reviewed by John Waite
A Charles Court Opera production
Playing at King’s Head Theatre until 7th January 2017

What is it with musical productions about characters with a problem proboscis?  455 more words

Children's Theatre

Peter Pan

Reviewed by Flossie Waite
A National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic co-production

Playing at National Theatre until 4th February 2017
For ages 7+

Giving the female characters a larger role is a regular short-cut to modernizing… 690 more words

Children's Theatre


Written and Performed by Daniel MacIvor
Directed by Daniel Brooks
Produced by Rework Productions
Presented by Canadian Stage. December 2-11, 2016

Daniel MacIvor is probably the foremost theatrical solo performer in Canada just as the late Spalding Gray ( 634 more words

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Student Reviews - The Twits

THE TWITS by Roahl Dahl – adapted for the stage by David Wood and performed by The New Wolsey Youth Theatre

Derived straight from Roahl Dahl’s classic book ,’The Twits’, watch as the New Wolsey Studio brings the characters to life as if they have just launched out of the book. 761 more words

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(The Deliriously Dreamy Family Musical)
by Jeremy Diamond
Directed by Tracey Flye
A Ross Petty Production at the Elgin Theatre
December 1-January 7, 2016

Sleeping Beauty follows the tried and tested formula of a Ross Petty Christmas pantomime: lots of puns and physical gags, a mashed-up fairy tale mixed together with pop tunes to constitute a rough form of update, strategic breaks for parodic commercials, and a kids’s participatory routine. 669 more words

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Review: 'The Nutcracker' @ Birmingham Hippodrome

‘The Nutcracker’ is a festive favourite around the country and the world – the music, the Christmas wonders, the magic…it’s hard not

to fall in love with one of the world’s definitive ballet shows. 342 more words

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