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Les Miserables
16 Jan
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Phil Willmott

The Mystery of the Shape-shifting Les Mis!

Les Miserables Les Misérables, arguably the best musical of the past 30 years and a juggernaut hit around the world, is going walk-about in the West End, and by the time it settles into its new home long term fans many not recognise it.

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Essential Classics 2019 - Union Theatre
02 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Introducing Essential Classics 2019 at the Union Theatre

Essential Classics 2019 - Union Theatre From January the 4th I’ll be directing the Union Theatre’s third Essential Classics season, this year entitled Enemies of the People.

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The Inheritance - Part II
02 Jan
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Stuart King

Our Critic Stuart King's Theatre top 10 of 2018

The Inheritance - Part IIAs 2018 prepared to shuffle off its mortal coil, I sat musing on the state of the London theatre scene over the past 12 months and found plenty to praise - even with the ever-looming doom and gloom of Brexit and increasing xenophobia (both of which, perhaps unsurprisingly managed to find their way into productions). Much new writing was enjoyed by audiences around the capital, despite the seemingly prohibitive economic realities of producing and staging new work.

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Six the Musical
24 Dec
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Phil Willmott

Musical SIX goes from Strength to Strength

Six the Musical First, new musical SIX took the Edinburgh Festival and the West End by storm, now we hear tracks from the studio cast recording have hit 40,000 streams a day, reaching over 3.5 million in total.

If you haven’t seen it yet, and I must confess, I haven’t, the producers describe it as “a concert-style show with a phenomenal all-female band”.

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The Tragedy of King Richard the Second
21 Dec
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Nicky Allpress

What Happens in Richard II

The Tragedy of King Richard the Second With the Almeida’s production of Richard II, starring Simon Russell Beale stripped back to 90 minutes and getting rave reviews there’s never been a better time to encounter one of Shakespeare’s most poetic plays.

Here’s a run down of the plot if it’s new to you.

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