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2nd Mar 14 :: Review: A Hard Rain
Above the Stag Theatre
1st Mar 14 :: Review: Dog Days
Annie Hulley's new play at Theatre503
28th Feb 14 :: Review: Ghost Stories
Scary stories at the Arts Theatre
16th Feb 14 :: Review: Superior Donuts
UK Premiere at the Southwark Playhouse
12th Feb 14 :: Review: In The Thrice Ninth Kingdom
Michael Yale's play at the Tristan Bates
11th Feb 14 :: Review: In Skagway
Karen Ardiff's play at the Arcola Theatre
3rd Feb 14 :: Review: Joan Collins
One Night with Joan at the Leicester Square Theatre
3rd Feb 14 :: Review: Bear
The Tragedy of a Woman Who Gave Birth to a Grizzly Bear at the Old red Lion
28th Jan 14 :: Review: Half A Person: My Life As Told By The Smiths
At the King's Head Theatre
24th Jan 14 :: Review: A World Elsewhere
Alan Franks' play at Theatre503
18th Jan 14 :: Review: The Gay Naked Play
Above The Stag Theatre
16th Jan 14 :: Review: Valley of Song
Professional World Premiere at the Finborough Theatre
14th Jan 14 :: Review: A Spoonful of Sherman
Robert J Sherman at the St James Theatre
13th Jan 14 :: Review: Sylvester Stallone
An Evening With Sylvester Stallone at the London Palladium
9th Dec 13 :: Review: The Upstanding Member
A new farce by Gregory Skulnick at the Old Red Lion.
7th Dec 13 :: Review: A Christmas Carol
Musical version at the Tabard Theatre.
1st Dec 13 :: Review: The White Carnation
R.C. Sherriff's rarely seen play at the Finborough Theatre
1st Dec 13 :: Review: Amygdala
Geraldine Alexander's play at The Print Room.
27th Nov 13 :: Review: Julie Madly Deeply
Sarah-Louise Young's tribute to Julie Andrews
26th Nov 13 :: Review: Dogstar
Greg Freeman's play at the Tabard
22nd Nov 13 :: Review: Strangers on a Train
The new thriller in the West End
22nd Nov 13 :: Review: Woyzeck
Buchner's play at the new Omnibus, Clapham.
15th Nov 13 :: Review: The Door
Cherise Cross's play at Park Theatre.
11th Nov 13 :: Review: The Fastest Clock in the Universe
The 21st Anniversary Production of Philip Ridley's Contemporary Classic.
9th Nov 13 :: Review: Our Ajax
Timberlake Wertenbaker's play at the Southwark Playhouse.
1st Nov 13 :: Review: Unscorched
Finborough Theatre. Winner of the Papatango New Writing Award 2013
25th Oct 13 :: Review: The Dumb Waiter
Pinter's classic at The Print Room.

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7th Nov 18: I did not know what to expect when I went with a friend to see this production, but I was certainly not disappointed. The transformation from earnest young doctor to a character that made my flesh crawl was beyond clever. Every member of the cast and chorus gave it their all and I was only disappointed that there were not more people to watch the lead descend into hell... bravo to all concerned!
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Rock for Heroes
5 Martin
13th Oct 18: What a fantastic show, i didnt know what to expect but im so very happy i attended, one classic rock song after another, amazing band sublime vocals from the ladies, the two front men had excellent chemistry and had the whole audience laughing all night! Highly highly recommend!!! 123 wembley!!!!!!

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