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Kiss Me Kate
22 Jun
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Phil Willmott

Review: KISS ME KATE at the London Coliseum

Kiss Me Kate Watching the vintage musical KISS ME KATE, currently playing a two week run at the vast Coliseum Theatre as part of a national tour by Opera North, is a very old fashioned experience for the best and worst reason.

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La Bohème - Royal Opera House
19 Jun
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Stuart King

Review: LA BOHEME at the Royal Opera House

Last year, the Royal Opera House took the bold step of commissioning a replacement for John Copley’s 1974 Bohème which had served as a mainstay of its repertoire for 41 years. Bolder still, was the decision to ask Richard Jones to direct the new production.

La Bohème - Royal Opera HouseMichael Fabiano as Rodolfo and Nicole Car as Mimì in La bohème, The Royal Opera Season 2017/18 © ROH 2017. Photograph by Catherine Ashmore.

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Julie - National Theatre
13 Jun
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Nastazja Domaradzka

Review: JULIE at The National Theatre

Julie - National Theatre In this modern dress adaptation of Strindberg's 1888 1 Act play, MISS JULIE, It’s Julie’s (Vanessa Kirby) birthday and she’s throwing a massive party at her father’s mansion. People come in and out of the house but there is a feeling of boredom around Julie. She is determined to entertain herself and hide from real life; her escapism is filled with drugs and alcohol.

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These Rooms - Shoreditch Town Hall
12 Jun
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Stuart King

Review: THESE ROOMS at the Shoreditch Town Hall

These Rooms - Shoreditch Town Hall As part of LIFT 2018, the Irish dance theatre company CoisCéim in collaboration with ANU Productions have taken over Shoreditch Town Hall for an immersive dance/performance/art installation experience, but with little consideration for those who will endure it.

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Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch in RED
11 Jun
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Stuart King

Second Look: RED at the Wyndhams Theatre

John Logan’s play RED is enjoying a successful revival with a limited run (until end July) at Wyndhams Theatre and would appeal to those of an artistic inclination, or anyone who simply enjoys erudite, aesthetic verbosity - however unrealistic and flowery the phrasing occasionally feels.

Alfred Molina and Alfred Enoch in REDAlfred Molina and Alfred Enoch in RED. Photo by Johan Persson

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