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Theatre News and Reviews
Review: REAL MAGIC at Platform Theatre
By Jess Morrissey Friday, November 17 2017, 12:00
Review: PHOENIX RISING at Smithfield Meat Market
By Stacey Tyler Friday, November 17 2017, 10:00
Phoenix Rising is a site specific piece first staged in 2013 - this 2017 version is in memory of an inspirational cast member who unfortunately passed away last year.
Review: THE SECONDARY VICTIM at Park Theatre
By Nicola Wright Friday, November 17 2017, 08:00
The small intimate space of the Park 90 is the perfect setting for this powerful play written by Matthew Campling. The Secondary Victim in the title refers to therapist Ali, who receives a letter stating the allegations of sexual misconduct by her, to a former client, Hugo.
Review: NETWORK at the National Theatre
By Stuart King Tuesday, November 14 2017, 16:57
Lee Hall’s stage adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky’s multi award-winning movie from 1976, played to a packed and enthusiastic audience at last evening’s Press Night. The production’s box office success is already guaranteed for the duration of its run (although some day seats are available), due in no small part to the casting of Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Trumbo) as TV News anchorman, Howard Beale. The part won Peter Finch an Oscar for his portrayal which sadly had to be awarded posthumously.
Review: PICASSO at The Playground Theatre
By Jess Morrissey Friday, November 10 2017, 08:16
Picasso, by the late Terry d’Alfonso, marks the launch of London’s newest venue, The Playground Theatre. Located in Latimer Road, West London, this building has evolved from bus depot to experimental workshop space to theatre.
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