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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Review: CHRISTMAS, Theatre N16 – Don’t miss this gritty, bleak midwinter classic ★ ★ ★ ★

We review Simon Stephen’s brutally honest, deliciously cynical play, Christmas, at Balham’s Theatre N16.

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Review: The Snow Queen, Theatre N16 – A tale of imagination to melt the heart ★★★★

We review Tatty Hennessy’s clever adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson classic The Snow Queen at Balham’s Theatre N16

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Scenes From the End: Tristan Bates Theatre from 6-10 December

We met writer & gifted performer Heloïse Werner to talk Opera, Performance and her new show Scenes From the End at the Tristan Bates Theatre.

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Review – Buried Child: A chilling deconstruction of the American dream ★★★★★

We review Sam Shepard’s chilling play Buried Child and discover a dystopian American nightmare inhabited by Trump’s core voters.

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Meet the cast of This House  – Whips, Punch-ups and Hard Brexits

West End stars of This House, playing now at the Garrick Theatre discuss their characters, which MP they’d date and their post-Brexit hopes and fears

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Stepping Out with Angela Griffin and Tracy-Ann Oberman

We stepped out with Angela Griffin and Tracy-Ann Oberman and asked them to share their dance secrets with us before opening night!

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Pre-London Review: The Wind in the Willows

We take a look at what London audiences can expect from Lord Julian Fellowes & Olivier Award winning Styles & Drew’s new adaptation of the Wind in the Willows

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Discover Your Identity in a Galaxy Far, Far Away

Are you Jedi or Sith? Does the force run strong in you? Take the tour of Star Wars Identities to find out all about who you are in the latest super-fan exhibition.

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On Stage Disasters: When Peter Pan Goes REALLY Wrong!

We ask the stars of West End hit Peter Pan Goes Wrong to share their on-stage, backstage and real life disasters!

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Review: Half A Sixpence – Plenty of flash but not much chemistry ★★★

We take a trip to the Noel Coward Theatre to review Half A Sixpence and discover a show with plenty of great songs but lacking in heart.

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