UKTW - 25 years online
CORONAVIRUS: All UK venues closed on 16th March 2020 but restrictions were lifted on 19th July 2021 with venues free to run shows to full capacity audiences after that though there are still issues with company members being forced to self-isolate on being 'pinged'. In September it is possible that a COVID vaccination certificate (or exemption) may be mandated for entry. Please note that iUKTDb archive listings between March 2020 and July 2021 may not be accurate as we did not receive details of all rescheduled and cancelled shows.

Latest News & Reviews

2nd Aug 21 :: Review: Tommy on Top
Seen at Above the Stag
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23rd Jul 21 :: Review: The Choir of Man
Seen at the London Wonderground in Earls Court
5
23rd Jul 21 :: Review: 360 ALLSTARS
Seen at the London Wonderground in Earls Court
5
15th Jul 21 :: Review: Hero & Leander Or, I Love You, But Everything's Under Water
Touring outdoor production seen at Clovelly Court
4
6th Jul 21 :: Review: Three Seagulls
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School graduation production directed by Sally Cookson.
4
2nd Jul 21 :: Review: Starting Here, Starting Now
Seen at Waterloo East.
4
22nd Jun 21 :: Review: And Then Come the Nightjars
Minack production seen at the Lost Gardens of Heligan
4
11th Jun 21 :: Review: West End Musical Celebration
Seen at the Palace Theatre
5
9th Jun 21 :: Review: Alyssa - Memoirs of a Queen
Seen at the Vaudeville Theatre
4
28th May 21 :: Review: Public Domain
Seen at the Vaudeville.
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26th May 21 :: Review: Here Come The Boys!
Reviewed at the London Palladium
5
24th Feb 21 :: Review: Romeo and Juliet
Streaming filmed version
4
13th Dec 20 :: Review: Frostbite, Who Pinched My Muff?
Seen at Garden Theatre at Eagle London
4
13th Dec 20 :: Review: Dick Whittington - A New Dick In Town
Seen at Above the Stag
5
13th Nov 20 :: Review: What a Carve Up
Streamed performance by Henry Filloux-Bennett, based on the book by Jonathan Coe.
4
4th Nov 20 :: New Server
UKTW is moving to a new server.
26th Oct 20 :: Review: Next Thing You Know
Seen at the Garden Theatre at Eagle London.
3
19th Oct 20 :: Review: Buyer & Cellar
Seen at Above the Stag
4
11th Aug 20 :: Review: Wonder Walk
A walking theatrical experience in the woods
5
6th Jul 20 :: Government Rescue Package
Government to provide a £1.57 billion rescue package for the arts.

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31st Jul 21 :: Review: Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick (Southwold Arts Centre (formerly Southwold Theatre), Southwold)
Brilliant performances....... And so many lines to learn. Sadly not so funny but enjoyed it greatly
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27th Jul 21 :: Review: Tom Jones (O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, Outer London)
He only sang for 1 hour & 15 minutes?? Audience was very bemused it finished so soon. What we heard was good but very disappointed.
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21st Jul 21 :: Review: Scream Fire (for the revolution) (Theatre Royal Stratford East, Outer London)
This show was amazing! The performers delivered non- stop entertainment. It was funny, quirky and thought provoking. I would love to see it again!!
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15th Jul 21 :: Review: Jane Eyre (The Blue Orange Theatre, Birmingham)
We saw Jane Eyre tonight, Thursday 15th July, at the Blue Orange theatre. It was fantastic, highly recommended. An ingenious synopsis adaptation, brilliantly acted and told. Good luck to the cast for Edinburgh fringe and Isle if Wight, you deserve great success with this - well done and thank you for a great evening out! :)
5
3rd Jul 21 :: Review: Ellen And Rigby (Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool)
Amazing performance by Andrew and Lindzi . Such lighthearted uplifting play . Smiled /laughed and made me think all way throughout . Start to finish fantastic brilliant . Thankyou
5
2nd Jul 21 :: Review: The Elvis Years (Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch)
Best elvis I've ever seen his voice is amazing the costumes are just out of this world a true entertainer
5
23rd Jun 21 :: Review: Hamlet (Theatre Royal, Windsor)
Amazing performance as always. Saw Ian Mc as Hamlet at Stratford 48 years ago and still just as good if not even better !!!!!
5
20th Jun 21 :: Review: The Jungle Book (Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre, Chester)
As an adult I appreciated the quality of acting and the resourcefulness- however it was , for a local summer performance alittle over thought. Given it probably attracted a family audience due to its content , it could be considered as too deep in its message - although a great twist to engage all ages - a bit more of a fun story associated closer to it roots would have been more appreciated and enjoyed , in the main . Having said that we thoroughly enjoyed the entire performance and totally support the Storyhouse - The Actors were believable and enchanting - the set Very well considered and intimate - a perfect afternoon in the Park - Many Thanks to all for such a remarkable achievement !
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2nd Jun 21 :: Review: Lipstick on your Collar (Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl)

UK TW say that "Lipstick On Your Collar" is on for Aug. 2921 - they are wrong/ - it has been rescheduled for 2-22! Ed: Thank you, we have updated according to the new dates in the Box Office.


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14th May 21 :: Review: CODA - A Tribute to Led Zeppelin (Eden Court Theatre, Inverness)

This show is actually CODA - a Tribute to Led Zeppelin and is now on Sunday 13th March 2022. See you there! ED: Thank you! I have updated the information


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11th Dec 20 :: Review: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool)
Brilliant concert so nice to be back in our Phil
5
15th Nov 20 :: Review: Tina - The Musical (Aldwych Theatre, West End)
CAN'T WAIT FOR 2021!
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16th Oct 20 :: Review: Dante's in Furlough (The Vaults, Inner London)
Amazing performance! The story is great, the actors are so enthusiastic, funny and devilishly wicked. Everything was thought out to the finest detail and I loved every moment. I couldn't get enough ????
5
18th Sep 20 :: Review: Luther - Luther Vandross Celebration (Richmond Theatre, Outer London)
Fantastic show in Blackpool going to Glasgow show in 2021 can't wait.
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16th Jul 20 :: Review: The Woman in Black (Fortune Theatre, West End)
Much scarier than you might think!
4
11th Mar 20 :: Review: Dial M for Murder (Playhouse, Salisbury)
Oh dear have I missed something! Acting far too over the top with dramatic gestures very distracting. Film cannot be bettered . This is now creaky and showing its age. Some dialogue very indistinct.
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Seen at Above the Stag
26th May 21 :: Review: Here Come The Boys!
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28th May 21 :: Review: Public Domain
Seen at the Vaudeville.
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9th Jun 21 :: Review: Alyssa - Memoirs of a Queen
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23rd Jul 21 :: Review: 360 ALLSTARS
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13th Dec 20 :: Review: Dick Whittington - A New Dick In Town
Seen at Above the Stag
13th Nov 20 :: Review: What a Carve Up
Streamed performance by Henry Filloux-Bennett, based on the book by Jonathan Coe.

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