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All About Eve
15 Feb
News
Phil Willmott

All About All About Eve

All About Eve A stage version of the classic movie ALL ABOUT EVE has just opened at the Noel Coward Theatre starring Gillian Anderson and Lily James.

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The Winter's Tale - National Theatre
14 Feb
Reviews
Hugo Nicholson

Review: THE WINTER’S TALE at the National Theatre

The Winter's Tale - National Theatre When looking to introduce children to Shakespeare, The Winter’s Tale might not seem like an especially sensible place to start. Despite its universal themes (love, forgiveness, jealous), its focus on young people, and the famous bear-based stage direction, the play’s wildly convoluted plot is enough to leave any audience utterly perplexed, no matter their age.

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Agnes Colander
11 Feb
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Agnes Colander, A Lost Edwardian Masterpiece, is Revived

Agnes Colander The little Jermyn Street Theatre, around the corner from PHANTOM OF THE OPERA often has some very classy productions indeed, performed in their very intimate space.

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Rosalie Craig, Richard Henders and Jennifer Saayeng in Company at the Gielgud Theatre
11 Feb
Reviews
Tim Winter

Second Look: COMPANY at the Gielgud Theatre

Walking along West End's Shaftesbury Avenue, it's easy to get blinded by the number of four and five star reviews on the billboards outside the theatres for all the shows. Can they ALL be that good?

Rosalie Craig, Richard Henders and Jennifer Saayeng in Company at the Gielgud Theatre Rosalie Craig, Richard Henders and Jennifer Saayeng in Company at the Gielgud Theatre.

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Good Dog at Watford Palace Theatre
08 Feb
Reviews
Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: GOOD DOG at Watford Palace Theatre

Good Dog at Watford Palace Theatre Following the success of its tour in 2017, tiata fahodzi company revives Arinze Kene’s GOOD DOG. A story about the reality of living in austerity Britain, explored through the prism of one boy’s adolescence, GOOD DOG is full of sensitive observation and vivid images. Although not without its flaws, the production is a roller-coaster of storytelling, and further proof that Arinze Kene is quickly becoming one of the most crucial voices in contemporary British theatre.

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