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Daniel Perks

Daniel Perks

Daniel Perks, contributing writer

Daniel is a freelance journalist, writing about theatre and the arts scene across the country. As a magazine editor, an awards assessor and a regular reviewer, you can mainly find Daniel around London’s Off West End championing the huge variety of emerging talent in this sector.

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23 Feb
New Shows
Daniel Perks

The West End is about to Spring up – Let’s get out and see it

Spring banner.jpgAt London Box Office, we thought we’d look ahead and pick out a few upcoming shows to look forward to, as winter slowly starts to lose its grip on this fabulous capital city.

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09 Feb
Reviews
Daniel Perks

Review: The Poetry We Make at VAULT Festival

The-Poetry-We-Make.jpg Very few people know someone called Joleene – it’s not the most popular of names. Nobody works from 9am to 5pm anymore – the working day in London is definitely at least an hour longer either side. But, despite these changes, we do all still love a bit of Dolly Parton (Mia Hall).

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18 Jan
Reviews
Daniel Perks

Review: 42ND STREET at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

42nd-Street.jpgIf there is ever a power surge on the West End, then 42nd Street will be responsible, such must be the supply of electricity going into their lighting and mechanical rigs. Think glitter, think glam, think sequins. 

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27 Nov
London Box Office Events
Daniel Perks

The First London Box Office Theatre Bloggers Networking Event

LBO-Bloggers-Event-11.JPGThe first London Box Office Bloggers Networking Event took place on November 2017. The aim was simple - to reconnect those passionate about London theatre, and to build new networks for the next generation of blogger.

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18 Nov
Reviews
Daniel Perks

Review: FLYCATCHER at The Hope Theatre

flycatcher.jpgGregg Masuak’s new production, Flycatcher, is a blend of unique styles that British theatre far too often lacks – a dark, comic thriller. Madelaine (Emily Arden) has that Addams Family vibe – morbid and eerie, but intriguingly avant garde.

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