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Club Tropicana
25 Apr
Reviews
Marian Pashley

Review: CLUB TROPICANA at The New Wimbledon Theatre

Club Tropicana Club Tropicana is an explosion of 80s camperie that does, superbly, exactly what it says on the tin. I have to admit that I was dancing in front of my seat by the end, and I am someone who curls her lip, and rolls her eyes, when invited to anything billed as "feel-good" or "uplifting."

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The Crucibe
25 Apr
Reviews
Max Lewendel

Review: THE CRUCIBLE by Arthur Miller at The Yard Theatre

The Crucibe If you’re looking for a postmodern, energetic tale of America’s dark past, Jay Miller’s production of The Crucible may be just for you, though some staging does detract from the tremendous power of the piece.

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Mark Sands
23 Apr
News
Phil Willmott

Producer Mark Sands tells us why his forthcoming production of THIS ISLAND'S MINE at The Kings Head Theatre means so much to him

Mark Sands In 1988, Gay Sweatshop Theatre Company toured their production of Philip Osment’s THIS ISLAND’S MINE to the Hornpipe Arts Centre in my hometown of Portsmouth. I was 19 and it was the first time I had ever seen a piece of ‘gay theatre’.

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Theatre 503 - The Amber Trap
22 Apr
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Discover Theatre 503 and the Company Putting Women’s Voices “Centre Stage”

Theatre 503 - The Amber Trap If you love London Theatre in all its variety, size, shape and form there’s always plenty explore beyond the bright lights of the West End.

One venue you might like to check out is Theatre 503 in Battersea, South London, particularly if you’re interested in new writing.

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The Greenwich+Docklands International Festival
22 Apr
News
Phil Willmott

The Greenwich+Docklands International Festival Announce an Extraordinary line up of Free Summer Theatre

The Greenwich+Docklands International FestivalThe Greenwich+Docklands International Festival (GDIF) announced a full season of work providing Londoners with a feast of outdoor theatre and performing arts, performed across a multitude of sites, in two of the capital’s poorest boroughs which none-the-less are also home to individuals and corporations with enormous wealth. And for the first time it will also include the mighty City of London itself.

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