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Sand In The Sandwiches - Edward Fox
19 Feb
News
Phil Willmott

Edward Fox brings poetry to the West End

Sand In The Sandwiches - Edward Fox This one sounds like a classy if old fashioned evening.

Whilst Damian Lewis takes a week off from performing at the Haymarket Theatre due to prior commitments the 80 year old film, TV and stage star Edward Fox will return to the West End in a one man play about the former Poet Laureate John Betjeman.

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This Is Not Culturally Significant
17 Feb
Reviews
Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: THIS IS NOT CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT at The Vault Festival

This Is Not Culturally Significant After you spend a lot of time in the theatre, be it watching or making it, sooner or later you begin to yearn for a surprise. You want to see work that will stop your breath, stay with you for a long while and make you question the status-quo in a creative and non patronising way. After missing THIS IS NOT CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT last summer at Edinburgh Fringe I finally managed to see the piece at this year's The Vault Festival, and I can't express how mind blown I was by Adam Scott- Rowley's absurdist and hypnotising one man show.

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Miranda Hart - Annie the Musical
17 Feb
News
Phil Willmott

Annie Returns to the West End

Miranda Hart - Annie the Musical With Charlie and his Chocolate factory recently leaving the West End for Broadway it seems right that ANNIE, the archetype Broadway kids show will be revived in London to help fill demand for family shows.

Not that there's any shortage of productions competing for your family's money. Once they were few and far between but now most theatres present a daytime kids show, installed to be performed on top of the set for the evening show.

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Travesties - Tom Stoppard
16 Feb
Reviews
Phil Willmott

Review: TRAVESTIES at the Apollo Theatre

Travesties - Tom Stoppard Tom Stoppard is one of those playwrights that make you feel clever just by buying a ticket.

"Look" your ticket tells the world, "I'm a person who will appreciate a wordy play based on an intellectual conceit"

Those tickets sell like hot cakes to London's intelligentsia.

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Glitter Punch
13 Feb
Reviews
Daniel Perks

Review: GLITTER PUNCH, Kings Head Theatre

Glitter Punch A no frills analysis of an atypical love story, Glitter Punch is a cleverly understated production that is most impactful in the things it doesn’t say. Leave the outcome a cliffhanger to increase the sense of intrigue.

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