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Maggie Smith - A German Life
18 Feb
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Maggie Smith Returns to the Stage

Maggie Smith - A German Life Now here’s a project that’s dripping with class.

I caught up with Sir Nicholas Hytner just before he opened his stunning new theatre THE BRIDGE. We were taking about what kind of productions would feature there and high on his shopping list was something, anything, starring national treasure Dame Maggie Smith - perhaps best known these days for playing the formidable duchess of Grantham in TV’s DOWNTON ABBBEY.

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Nkeki Obi-Melekwe
18 Feb
Casts
Phil Willmott

London Gets a New Tina

Nkeki Obi-Melekwe It’s a busy time for the producers of TINA – THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL which, unexpectedly, I enjoyed so much recently.

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The Good, the Bad and the Fifty
17 Feb
Reviews
Isabella James

Review: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE FIFTY The 12th Annual London Improvathon

The Good, the Bad and the Fifty For the twelfth year running, The Annual London Improvathon is taking over Wilton’s Musical Hall for a whole weekend of improvisation. Starting at 7pm on Friday and running straight through until Sunday night.

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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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