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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 Shark is Broken
14 Oct
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Stuart King

Review: THE SHARK IS BROKEN at the Ambassadors Theatre

The Shark is Broken The Shark is Broken seems an unlikely title for a West End play, but context is everything in Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon's exposé of the notorious 1974 Cape Cod shooting schedule for Spielberg's blockbuster Jaws.

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Anything Goes The Musical
08 Oct
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Review: ANYTHING GOES at the Barbican

Anything Goes The Musical Cole Porter’s much beloved comedy-musical Anything Goes is playing to packed houses at the Barbican Theatre, with a cast of 50 delivering a much needed splash of nautical glamour and razzmatazz.

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Constellations - London Play
07 Aug
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Stuart King

Review: CONSTELLATIONS at the Vaudeville Theatre

Constellations - London Play The intimate Vaudeville Theatre on London’s Strand, is currently playing host to Michael Longhurst’s superb revival of Nick Payne’s wonderfully touching 2012 play Constellations.

As the West End gently reawakens, after the devastating restrictions imposed by lockdown, there’s perhaps a greater need than ever before for subtle, life-affirming, human interaction stories — and this is among the very best.

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ENO The Marriage of Figaro 2020, Johnathan McCullough, Susan Bickley, Colin Judson, Andrew Shore © Mark Brenner
20 Mar
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Review: THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO at ENO London Coliseum

The lasciviously amorous Count Almaviva, rejects his wife and abuses his position in a bid to bed Susanna on the day of her marriage to his manservant, Figaro.

ENO The Marriage of Figaro 2020, Johnathan McCullough, Susan Bickley, Colin Judson, Andrew Shore © Mark Brenner ENO The Marriage of Figaro 2020, Johnathan McCullough, Susan Bickley, Colin Judson, Andrew Shore © Mark Brenner

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16 Mar
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Review: THE SEVEN STREAMS OF THE RIVER OTA at Lyttelton Theatre (National Theatre)

the-seven-streams-of-the-river-ota.jpg More than 25 years have elapsed since French Canadian auteur Robert Lepage launched his multi-dimensional epic THE SEVEN STREAMS OF THE RIVER OTA on an unsuspecting but largely appreciative Edinburgh audience.

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