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07 Dec
News
Josephine Balfour-Oatts

MAKE THE STREETS YOUR STAGE: SIX

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Travel deep into Tudor England through a selection of carefully curated experiences, before rounding-off the day with a performance of SIX at the Arts Theatre in London’s West End.

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06 Dec
News
Josephine Balfour-Oatts

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD: Harper Lee's seminal novel is set to take the West End by storm in 2020

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Fresh from a hugely successful run on Broadway, Aaron Sorkin's adaptation of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird passes its torch to London's West End. An inital disturbance prior to its opening (a legal dispute concerning a breach of contract) has seen the endvaour plagued by controversy. What does spring 2020 hold for its UK cast? Be the first to find out - tickets go on general release today, Friday 6th December. 

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A Taste of Honey
06 Dec
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: A TASTE OF HONEY at Trafalgar Studios

A Taste of Honey Written when she was just 19, Shelagh Delaney’s groundbreaking post-war, working-class drama A TASTE OF HONEY embarks on a well-deserved West End transfer at Trafalgar Studios, following its run at The National.

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Dick Whittington - Stratford East
06 Dec
Reviews
Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: DICK WHITTINGTON at Stratford East

Dick Whittington - Stratford East Pantos are one of the best things about British theatre, bringing communities together and providing a perfect opportunity for a family outing for so many who might not necessarily be frequent theatre goers.

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Goldilocks and the Three Musketeers
05 Dec
Reviews
Isabella James

Review: GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE MUSKETEERS at Battersea Arts Centre, London

Goldilocks and the Three Musketeers The Sleeping Trees comedy pantomime is a must-see event every Christmas for me. This year was no exception.

Goldilocks and The Three Musketeers is a brilliant mash-up of children’s stories pulled together with energetic performances, comedy songs and bizarre theatrics.

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