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Fiona Skinner in The Sweet Science of Bruising
08 Oct
Reviews
Nicola Wright

Review : The Sweet Science Of Bruising at Southwark Playhouse

Based on historical fact and set in London in 1869 Joy Wilkinson's THE SWEET SCIENCE OF BRUISING is a play about the struggles and constraints of being a woman in Victorian England, and how the four protagonists find freedom in the underground world of female boxing.

Fiona Skinner in The Sweet Science of BruisingFiona Skinner in "The Sweet Science of Bruising"

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The Inheritance
08 Oct
New Shows
Alex Benjamin

Preview Report: THE INHERITANCE at the Noel Coward Theatre

The Inheritance American writer Matthew Lopez’ enormous play has already written itself into theatrical canon since a widely beloved premiere at the Young Vic, so a move to the West End was a natural fit. A two-part play coming in at nearly 7 hours, The Inheritance reworks E. M. Forster’s Howards End into a vast story of gay men’s love in contemporary New York.

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The Twilight Zone
08 Oct
News
Phil Willmott

EXCLUSIVE: The TWILIGHT ZONE will follow EUGENIUS and FOXFINDER at the Ambassadors Theatre

The Twilight Zone I'm sad to report that FOXFINDER, the eerie new play that showed such promise on its fringe premiere, just didn’t attract enough good reviews to attract an audience in the West End despite a star cast. It’ll be closing at the Ambassador’s Theatre on 20th October.

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Sketching - Wilton's Music Hall
08 Oct
Reviews
Tim Winter

Review: SKETCHING at Wilton's Music Hall

Sketching - Wilton's Music Hall Before Charles Dickens embarked on his glorious career as a novelist, he wrote a number of short pieces for various newspapers, magazines and journals under the pseudonym of "Boz". Finally collected together just before 'The Pickwick Papers' saw the light of day, Dickens called them 'Illustrative of Every-day Life and Every-day People', mostly the Life and People of London.

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Three Sat Under the Banyan Tree
08 Oct
Reviews
Isabella James

Review: THREE SAT UNDER THE BANYAN TREE at Polka Theatre

Three Sat Under the Banyan Tree Polka Theatre has joined forces with Tara Arts to retell some traditional Indian folk tales in a vibrant, warm performance for under 7s. The three stories are interwoven with the tale of three orphans; Jasmine (Medhavi Patel), Mahendra (Raj Swamy) and Jayaben (Rose-Marie Christian) who are joined as family by their adopted father.

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