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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).

Sitting - Arcola Theatre
16 Apr
Reviews
Stuart King

Review: SITTING at The Arcola Theatre

Sitting - Arcola Theatre Following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Katherine Parkinson’s debut play SITTING has just opened at the Arcola Theatre.

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Grief is the Thing with Feathers
27 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: GRIEF IS THE THING WITH FEATHERS at the Barbican Theatre

Grief is the Thing with Feathers There are plenty of things to entice theatregoers to Edna Walsh’s adaptation of Max Porter's acclaimed novel - not least the star power of Cillian Murphy and the involvement of Simon McBurney’s renowned theatre troupe Complicité.

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Mary's Babies
24 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: MARY'S BABIES at Jermyn Street Theatre

Mary's Babies Katy Stephens and Emma Fielding adopt a schizophrenic approach to Maud Dromgoole's play derived from the questionable practices used at an early, unregulated Human Fertility Treatment clinic.

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Downstate - Dorfman Theatre - National Theatre
21 Mar
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Review: DOWNSTATE at the Dorfman (National Theatre)

Chicago and Broadway theatre audiences long ago learned the benefits of exposing themselves to the taboo subjects and aching moral dilemmas explored in Steppenwolf productions, but will Londoners embrace the opportunity with equal gusto on this occasion?

Downstate - Dorfman Theatre - National Theatre Francis Guinan (Fred), Glenn Davis (Gio), Celilia Noble (Ivy), Eddie Torres (Felix) and K. Todd Freeman (Dee) in Downstate. Photo by Michael Brosilow

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Tom Hiddleston
13 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: BETRAYAL at the Harold Pinter Theatre

Tom Hiddleston (an international A-lister following his success in The Night Manager and portrayals of Loki in the Thor movies), headlines BETRAYAL - the final presentation and culmination of the Pinter at the Pinter season, which began back in September of last year.

Tom HiddlestonTom Hiddleston in Betrayal at the Harold Pinter Theatre

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