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Review - M.A.M.I.L by Gregory Cooper

MAMIL by Mark Hadlow and Gregory Cooper – Horizon Theatre – New Wolsey Studio till Sat 22nd

‘…and in his time one man plays many parts’ – Shakespeare said it first and the truth is proved in this one man tour de force from versatile actor Philip Steward in a tale for our time. 363 more words

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Half A Sixpence

Noël Coward Theatre: closes 2nd September 2017

I have a habit of wanting to see a particular show from the moment it opens, but only getting round to seeing it in its final weeks when I know that I won’t have another opportunity see it again. 677 more words

Review: Measure for Measure – Botanic Gardens, Glasgow

First published in The Times, Monday July 16 2017

Four Stars

There is always an element of suspense for audiences to any production of… 420 more words

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Reviews: Casablanca: The Gin Joint Cut, Oran Mor, Glasgow & The Lying Kind, Tron Theatre, Glasgow (Sunday Herald)

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Casablanca: The Gin Joint Cut

Oran Mor, Glasgow

until July 23

The Lying Kind

Tron Theatre, Glasgow

until July 22

Reviewed by Mark Brown… 943 more words

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Chaotic King Is A Crowd-Pleaser

By Patrick Hurley

A woman in search of her father serves as a metaphor for a writer in search of her story. King of the Yees… 762 more words

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REVIEW OF ADAM&EVE ... AND STEVE

Hi Guys,

So i decided to upload an extra blog post this week to tell you about a fabulous show which is called Adam&Eve…And Steve which is an off-west end musical currently. 211 more words

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Hilarious Parody! Broadway in Chicago Presents Something Rotten at the Oriental Theatre (July 12, 2017)

Nick and Nigel Bottom need to come up with an original play quickly. Nick seeks out the help of Nostradamus to tell him about a future hit by Shakespeare. 167 more words

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