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Young Frankenstein Comes Alive (Well, Sort Of) At Stage West

The hit 1979 film Young Frankenstein, written by Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder with Brooks directing, parodied Mary Shelley’s gothic horror novel Frankenstein all the way to the bank. 653 more words


Laughed Till It Hurt! Faulty Towers Dining Experience at Charing Cross London (May 1, 2016)

The audience laughed so hard all night that everyone’s face hurt by the end of the experience. The performance started in a beautiful room with chandeliers, artful paintings on the wall, and a full bar. 277 more words

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Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy Of

Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy Of is many things. It is a stinging indictment towards police brutality, It is a deep look into race relations in modern day Canada, It a an ardent love letter towards rap and hip hop, it is an emotionally intense drama, But one thing that all of these parts build to is that it is one of the best shows of the year. 669 more words

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Reviews: The Iliad, Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh & Right Now, Traverse, Edinburgh (Sunday Herald)


The Iliad



Right Now



Reviewed by Mark Brown

After 13 years as artistic director of Edinburgh’s Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, Mark Thomson takes his directorial leave of the grand old playhouse on Grindlay Street in epic fashion with Chris Hannan’s new stage adaptation of Homer’s great poem… 910 more words

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Review: Dance of Death – Citizens Theatre, Glasgow

First published in The Times, Friday April 29 2016

Four Stars

August Strindberg wasn’t the first playwright to portray marriage as a fight to the death, but his vision of a man and woman locked in symbiosis has certainly echoed down the years. 419 more words

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Where Caterpillars Go

Review by Flossie Waite
A Travelled Companions production
Reviewed at Watermans

For ages 2-5

I thought I had caterpillars covered. I’ve read The Very Hungry Caterpillar… 535 more words

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Sunny Afternoon - West End

Sunny Afternoon – West End

Review of Performance Friday 29th April

I haven’t seen Sunny Afternoon for a long time, I was so attached to its previous cast that I must admit I think I’ve subconsciously shied away. 789 more words

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