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Périclès, Prince de Tyr
17 Apr
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Justin Murray

Review: PÉRICLÈS, PRINCE DE TYR by CHEEK BY JOWL at The Barbican

Périclès, Prince de Tyr So, it’s Pericles. That Shakespeare play you, erm, know and love. In… French? With a frame narrative which places the action of the Shakespeare play entirely in a different character’s head? Sure, I guess…

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0 days without crying
17 Apr
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Justin Murray

Review: 0 DAYS WITHOUT CRYING at the Landor Theatre

0 days without crying Living with mental health issues is like having rain clouds around your waist. It’s raining around half of you, but the other half you might be fine. Some of the time. These, and other memorable images, populate Caterina Incisa’s solo show 0 Days Without Crying: part-standup, part-memoir.

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Quiz
13 Apr
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Stuart King

Review: QUIZ at the Noël Coward Theatre

Quiz Due largely to his forensically investigative approach and balanced presentation of the subject matter, James Graham’s latest play Quiz has managed to deliver both on style and substance.

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Caroline, or Change
10 Apr
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Stuart King

Review: CAROLINE OR CHANGE at Hampstead Theatre

Caroline, or Change West End royalty Sharon D Clarke reprises her virtuoso performance as Caroline Thibodeaux in CAROLINE, OR CHANGE currently playing at Hampstead Theatre.

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Chocolate Cake - Polka Theatre
10 Apr
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Isabella James

Review: CHOCOLATE CAKE at Polka Theatre

Chocolate Cake - Polka Theatre This musical adaptation of Michael Rosen’s poem ‘Chocolate Cake’ is perfect for little theatre goers who love silliness but hate tomatoes. Using lots of Rosen’s original text but adding some plot points and catchy musical numbers, Peter Glanville and Barb Jungr take the audience through a day in the life of Michael.

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