How To Choose The Perfect Show for Mother’s Day

Wondering how to choose the perfect show for every kind of Mum? We’ve put together a handy guide on how to pick the perfect gift!

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Long Day’s Journey Into Night: We review a night of genius, whores and whisky galore

What did our critic make of Eugene O’Neill’s soul-searching examination of claustrophobic family dynamics, drug and alcohol dependency? Is this Lesley Manville’s greatest ever role?

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Chess The Musical: What’s It About? 20 Most Awesome Fan Facts

Chess is probably best summed up as “The Thinking-Person’s Musical.” It’s a cold war love story to rival Phantom & Les Mis – and it’s coming back to the West End! Here’s everything you need to know.

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Inside Pussy Riot: Meet the terrible infants bringing anarchy to London!

Pussy Riot’s Nadezhda (Nadya) Tolokonnikova has joined forces with razor sharp theatre group “Les Enfants Terribles” to transform London’s Saatchi Gallery into a dark and powerful theatrical experience. Read all about it in our interview!

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How to “theatre up” your Pumpkin!

Looking for some theatrical inspiration this Halloween? Whether you’re having a party, trick or treating, or just looking for something to spook the neighbours, we’ve found some truly terrific theatre pumpkins courtesy of our friends on the world wide spider-web.

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Think you know London’s West End? Test your knowledge in our Theatreland quiz!

Less than half of theatregoers can correctly name 8/10 of these theatrical streets! Can you score a perfect ten?

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The Up & Coming: 7 New Shows Opening In London This Autumn That Will Stir Your Soul!

British audiences are spoiled for choice this autumn: Don’t miss out on world class West End Theatre… You’ll be gutted if you do!

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Review: Jon Brittain’s Rotterdam shoots an arrow right at the heart of the human condition ★★★★

Jon Brittain takes the extraordinary and makes it seem both ordinary and spellbinding in Rotterdam, a play tackling challenging issues of identity head on with wit, humour and a script that dances off the page.

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Review: The Wild Party – exposes a raw humanity ★★★

You’d struggle to find a stronger cast anywhere in the West End, and when the show succeeds it exposes a raw humanity that most of us try our best to hide.

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Hamilton as overheard on the tube

We were fascinated to hear two old ladies discussing the plot of Hamilton on the tube – we’re not sure they got it quite right so here’s everything you need to know to buy tickets safely!

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Love, Faith & The Meaning Of Life…

Astronaut John Spartan has finally made it into space…only it’s not all he hoped for. We set off at warp speed in pursuit of Summer Nights In Space writer Henry Carpenter armed with just a phaser set to stun and a deep love of Science Fiction Musical Theatre.

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The Kite Runner – Reveals an Afghanistan few Westerners see ★★★★

We review The Kite Runner at the Wyndham’s Theatre. A warts-and-all story of a privileged but damaged life in Kabul, revealing a side to Afghanistan that few Westerners see.

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Review: Alan Menken’s A Christmas Carol at the Lost Theatre ❅ ❅ ❅

We journeyed south of The Thames to the Lost Theatre in Stockwell to review A Christmas Carol, by Lynn Ahrens and Alan Menken.

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