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    London Theatre Review: Our Lady Of Kibeho

    Posted on | By Jack Hudson |

    Katori Hall’s Our Lady of Kibeho lands at the Theatre Royal Stratford East – a production that ... Read more

    London Theatre Review: Oh, Come From Away, please don’t drift too far!

    Posted on | By Kay Johal |

    On the surface, Come From Away, currently in situ at London's Phoenix Theatre, doesn't seem like a show ... Read more

    London Theatre Review: A Day in the Death of Joe Egg at London's Trafalgar Studios

    Posted on | By Kay Johal |

    A Day in the Death of Joe Egg focuses on Bri and Sheila; parents to a disabled daughter they have nicknamed “Jo... Read more

    London Theatre Review: A Doll's House at the Lyric Hammersmith

    Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

    What a brilliantly inspired idea for Tanika Gupta to reimagine and set Ibsen&rsquo... Read more

    London Theatre Review: Marvellous Matilda at the Cambridge Theatre

    Posted on | By Kay Johal |

    Matilda the Musical, with music and lyrics by the talented Tim Minchin is always going to be a good time. I was most ... Read more

    London Theatre Review: BIG at the Dominion Theatre

    Posted on | By Shanine Salmon |

    After making its Broadway debut 23 years ago and its UK premiere in both Plymouth and Dublin two years ago, BIG&... Read more

    London Theatre Review: Fame at the Peacock Theatre

    Posted on | By Sandra Howell |

    It was love at first sight when I encountered Fame as a TV series in the early 1980s; always rushing home from school... Read more

    London Theatre Review: Heartbeat of Home

    Posted on | By Phlex X |

    I vividly remember Riverdance. In fact, I think it’s still in a box in a loft somewhere on video and usually ca... Read more

    London Theatre Review: The Play That Goes Wrong (5 Year Anniversary)

    Posted on | By Jack Hudson |

    We knew we were in for something special when we attended the 5 year anniversary of The Play That Goes Wron... Read more

    London Theatre Review: The Son at Duke of York's Theatre

    Posted on | By Kay Johal |

    'He's a teenager, it's only a phase, it will pass' Laurie Kynaston excels in what is, let's no... Read more

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