Flying carpets will be swapped for flying nannies at the Prince Edward Theatre next year when the long-running blockbuster musical ALADDIN with be replaced by the return of the long-running blockbuster musical MARY POPPINS.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: AN ADVENTURE at The Bush Theatre
By Nastazja Domaradzka Saturday, September 15 2018, 13:17
Spanning the period from 1954 India to modern day Britain, Vinay Patel’s AN ADVENTURE is a monumental piece of writing. Commissioned by The Bush theatre, the play is set around crucial historical events.
Review: FABRIC at Soho Theatre
By Phil Willmott Saturday, September 15 2018, 07:22
There is much to admire both in both Abi Zakarian’s one person play, FABRIC, and Nancy Sullivan’s 70 minute performance of it. She portrays Leah who, despite a London accent and Essex Girl vibe, gets a job in a high end tailors where she meets the perfect, prospective husband - financially secure, tall, blonde and handsome.
Review: DISTANCE at the Park Theatre
By Stuart King Friday, September 14 2018, 15:51
Suicide is the biggest cause of death for men under 45 in the UK, and playwright Alex McSweeney shines a laser on this very real issue in DISTANCE.
Review: HIGH RIDIN’ - at the King’s Head Theatre
By Stuart King Friday, September 14 2018, 15:32
High Ridin’ bills itself as an unlikely, heart-warming, gay, comedic, love story and for the most part it’s exactly that.
The neatly designed, dilapidated stage (by Fin Redshaw), is populated with three characters who are fractious yet gradually endear themselves both to each other and the audience.
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