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Stuart King

Stuart King

Stuart King, contributing writer

Stuart began life as an angelic choirboy and quickly developed a passion for theatre and film. To date, he has pursued 3 careers: Hoteliership (Four Seasons); Performer (theatre and television) and Facilities Management (corporate and media sectors).

A Taste of Honey
06 Dec
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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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Afterglow
02 Dec
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Stuart King

Review: AFTERGLOW at Waterloo East Theatre

Afterglow Following its critically successful opening at Southwark Playhouse, AFTERGLOW has just clocked-up its 100th sell-out performance and moved to Waterloo East Theatre SE1, where it will continue its limited London run, until 22nd Dec.

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An Act of God - The Vaults
02 Dec
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Stuart King

Review: AN ACT OF GOD at The Vaults Theatre, SE1

An Act of God - The Vaults British comedian Zoe Lyons headlines this irreverent take on God’s return to the world of man, during which she discards the decidedly outdated Ten Commandments and replaces them with something more fitting for the modern era.

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Stray Dogs - Park Theatre
20 Nov
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Stuart King

Review: STRAY DOGS at the Park Theatre

Stray Dogs - Park Theatre Behind the rediscovery of any largely forgotten creative artist, will be a tenacious devotee whose mission in life is to reawaken interest in their idol’s genius and rekindle their legend.

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Soho Cinders
29 Oct
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Stuart King

Review: SOHO CINDERS at Charing Cross Theatre

Soho Cinders The Cinderella story gets a gay makeover courtesy of long-time musical collaborators George Stiles and Anthony Drewe and is set to amuse and entertain patrons of the Charing Cross Theatre until Christmas.

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