Category Archives: Theatre Reviews

Urinetown the Musical

Urinetown the Musical has opened at The Apollo Theatre- I was disappointed. Advertisements

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Invincible

Invincible at St James Theatre – quite dark in places, excruciatingly funny and beautifully observed.

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The London Ballet Company: 00 and his 7

Lunchtime ballet at St. James Studio! Dancers make a brave effort to perform in tiny space. Read my review of the London Ballet Company‘s production of “00 and his 7”

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Oliver Reed Wild Thing – at St James Studio

Rob Crouch gives a blistering portrayal of wild and fascinating actor Oliver Reed at St James Studio

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Joan Shepard – “Confessions of Old Lady #2”

Joan Shepard, veteran English born New York based actress returns to London, this time in St James Studio, with her acclaimed show “Confessions of Old Lady #2”

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Lunchtime Theatre at St James Theatre

Following a sellout run of lunchtime theatre in June, Butterly Theatre Company have launched a two-week season of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” at St James Theatre.

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Githa

Hannah Davies in her self-penned one-woman show on Githa Sowerby, author of the extraordinary drama ‘Rutherford and Son’, currently playing at St James Theatre.

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