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Riot Act
17 Jun
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Stuart King

Review: RIOT ACT at the Arcola Theatre

Riot Act To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, Alexis Gregory’s one-man-three-characters piece, was created through his interviews with prominent individuals from the LGBTQ gay rights movement. Through their recollections, he succeeds in informing, shocking, and above all, entertaining.

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Shamira Turner, Eugénie Pastor, Cominic Conway, and Clare Beresford in The Future
14 Jun
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Max Lewendel

Review: THE FUTURE at Battersea Arts Centre

This fun, irreverent, and brilliantly choreographed cosmic rock concert shines a comic light on the nature of AI and human consciousness.

Shamira Turner, Eugénie Pastor, Cominic Conway, and Clare Beresford in The FutureShamira Turner, Eugénie Pastor, Cominic Conway, and Clare Beresford in The Future at the Battersea Arts Centre

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Bridge Theatre
13 Jun
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Stuart King

Review: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM at The Bridge Theatre

Nicholas Hytner, clearly buoyed by the success of his 2018 promenade Julius Caesar at the Bridge Theatre, has followed it this season with A Midsummer Night’s Dream - with both dazzling and disconcerting results.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Bridge TheatreOliver Chris, Gwendoline Christie and Kevin McMonagle in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Bridge Theatre. Photo by Manuel Harlan

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Leanne Best, Martha Plimpton and Clare Perkins in Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse directed by Lynette Linton, designed by Frankie Bradshaw. Photo Johan Persson
12 Jun
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Justin Murray

Review: SWEAT at the Gielgud Theatre

Sweat is the Pulitzer-winning play by Lynn Nottage, transferring to the Gielgud straight from the Donmar. Directed by new Bush artistic director Lynette Linton, whose rise through the London theatre scene has been almost unprecedentedly meteoric.

Leanne Best, Martha Plimpton and Clare Perkins in Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse directed by Lynette Linton, designed by Frankie Bradshaw. Photo Johan PerssonLeanne Best, Martha Plimpton and Clare Perkins in Sweat directed by Lynette Linton, designed by Frankie Bradshaw. Photo Johan Persson

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War of the Worlds
10 Jun
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Phil Willmott

Review: THE WAR OF THE WORLDS IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE at 56 Leadenhall Street

War of the Worlds So called “immersive theatre” has become very popular in London over the past few years. Instead of taking your seat to watch events you’re usually taken, on foot, through a maze of rooms providing a series of experiences.

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