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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).

Europe - Donmar Warehouse
24 Jun
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: EUROPE at the Donmar Warehouse

Europe - Donmar Warehouse Michael Longhurst takes the helm as Artistic Director at the Donmar Warehouse and kicks-off his tenure with a revival of David Greig’s dystopian and prophetic EUROPE.

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Riot Act
17 Jun
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Stuart King

Review: RIOT ACT at the Arcola Theatre

Riot Act To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Alexis Gregory’s one-man-three-characters piece, was created through his interviews with prominent individuals from the LGBTQ gay rights movement. Through their recollections, he succeeds in informing, shocking, and above all, entertaining.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Bridge Theatre
13 Jun
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Stuart King

Review: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at The Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner, clearly buoyed by the success of his 2018 promenade Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre, has followed it this season with A Midsummer Night’s Dream - with both dazzling and disconcerting results.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Bridge TheatreOliver Chris, Gwendoline Christie and Kevin McMonagle in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge Theatre. Photo by Manuel Harlan

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Beneath The Blue Rinse - Park Theatre
31 May
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Stuart King

Review: BENEATH THE BLUE RINSE at the Park Theatre

Beneath The Blue Rinse - Park Theatre Beneath the Blue Rinse is the unlikely title of Park Theatre’s latest offering which uses as its basis, the extreme reactions of an OAP when she’s confronted by the disreputable behaviour of an alarm salesman determined to use her to hit his bonus target.

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Hoard - Arcola Theatre
24 May
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Stuart King

Review: HOARD at the Arcola Theatre

Hoard - Arcola Theatre For Bili, introducing her American boyfriend Brian to her elder sisters Rafi and Ami over a traditional Nigerian family dinner, was always going to be a big step. The unexpected arrival of the girls’ (uninvited) mother Wura however, proves an effective catalyst for mayhem over the cheesecake.

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