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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).

The Elixir of Love
03 Oct
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: THE ELIXIR OF LOVE at The King’s Head

The Elixir of Love So, is a Donizetti-esque fringe version of Elixir of Love (originally L’elisir d’amore) which has been transported from the Basque region of Spain to Barry, South Wales, reason enough to brave a stormy London night?

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A Day in the Death of Joe Egg
01 Oct
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Stuart King

Review: A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG at Trafalgar Studios

A Day in the Death of Joe Egg Peter Nichols’ 1967 play A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG is typical of the writer’s mocking irreverence towards taboo subjects. His death aged 92 just a few weeks ago, makes this revival of his groundbreaking play, now running at Trafalgar Studios, all the more poignant.

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Until The Flood
10 Sep
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Stuart King

Review: UNTIL THE FLOOD at The Arcola Theatre

Until The Flood After a hugely successful double award winning run at Edinburgh, Dael Orlandersmith brings her extraordinary exposé of racial tensions to London for a limited run at the Arcola.

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Rachel Pickup and Jotham Annan in For Services Rendered at Jermyn Street Theatre. Photo by Robert Workman
10 Sep
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Stuart King

Review: FOR SERVICES RENDERED at Jermyn Street Theatre

Rachel Pickup and Jotham Annan in For Services Rendered at Jermyn Street Theatre. Photo by Robert Workman William Somerset Maugham’s 1932 play FOR SERVICES RENDERED, centres on the Ardsley family - which has, like so many, been negatively impacted by the horrors of the First World War and continues to suffer, as veterans fail to adjust to their civilian lives.

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How Love is Spelt
08 Sep
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Stuart King

Review: HOW LOVE IS SPELT at Southwark Playhouse

How Love is Spelt Fifteen years after it premiered at The Bush Theatre, HOW LOVE IS SPELT by Chloë Moss, receives a timely revival at Southwark Playhouse.

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