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Hamlet - Almeida - Andrew Scott
19 Aug
News
Phil Willmott

Could You get a Date with Hamlet?

Hamlet - Almeida - Andrew Scott I was surprised to receive a press release recently promoting the last chance to see the west end transfer of Robert Icke’s critically acclaimed production of Hamlet starring the multi award-winning Andrew Scott and which closes at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 2 September 2017.

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Spoonful of Sherman
17 Aug
Reviews
Phil Willmott

Review: A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN at Zédel Brasserie

Spoonful of Sherman We all know the West End is stuffed with big and spectacular shows to enjoy but opposite the Piccadilly Theatre is a chic and bijou cabaret venue within the Zédel Braserie, where at present you can enjoy an exquisite entertainment that will delight anyone who's a fan of premiere league musical theatre performance and great song writing.

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The Majority - National Theatre
17 Aug
Reviews
Phil Willmott

Review: THE MAJORITY at the National Theatre

The Majority - National Theatre The Majority is a provocative one man show originally produced at the Arches Theatre in Glasgow. Writer performer Rob Drummond was approached to create a piece on the Scottish Independence referendum. As a pessimist he was disinterested in politics and struggled to find a human interest angle until he met a man who was selling his vote on e-bay.

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BOOM - Theatre 503
17 Aug
Stuart King

Review: BOOM at Theatre503

BOOM - Theatre 503 Jules (Will Merrick), a marine biologist with an unlucky family history, places a personals ad offering "sex to change the course of the world". He's about to be joined at his underground lab by Jo (Nicole Sawyerr), whose expectations of a wild night of no strings sex, are understandably running high. Little does she realise the potential evolutionary significance this meeting could have for the species.

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The Knowledge - Charing Cross Theatre
08 Aug
New Shows
Phil Willmott

Vintage Taxi Cab Comedy Comes to The Charing Cross Theatre

The Knowledge - Charing Cross Theatre Recently the Charing Cross Theatre has successfully reinvented itself as a home for innovative musical theatre. If you haven’t seen their latest show Yank, a tear jerking story of gay love in World War II, do go, it’s packed with gorgeous tunes and I highly recommend it.

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