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Warheads
19 Aug
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Stuart King

Review: WARHEADS at Park Theatre

Warheads WARHEADS styles itself a punchy urban drama, based as it is, on a true story. But is there room for yet another deconstruction of PTSD and the trials and tribulations of a soldier returning from the horrors of war? In this case, the short answer is, yes (with minor reservations).

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Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part Four
11 Aug
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Isabella James

Review: HORRIBLE HISTORIES - BARMY BRITAIN at The Apollo Theatre, London

Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain – Part Four Barmy Britain is the latest Horrible Histories live show based on the popular children’s books by Terry Deary and the hugely successful BBC TV show.

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Blues in the Night
02 Aug
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Nicky Allpress

Review: BLUES IN THE NIGHT at The Kiln

Blues in the Night A series of heart-wrenching and toe-tapping songs speak to us, of love, loneliness, sex drugs and hedonism that ultimately celebrate the strength of the human spirit in spite of hardship. A live jazz band backing a set of incredible voices is a joy to experience at the recently refurbished Kiln Theatre which has clearly invested in state-of-the-art system that makes quality sound soar. Four souls simply named The Woman, The Lady, The Girl and The Man take turns in singing their story of life’s highs and lows and at times become entwined in mutual understanding of each other’s journey.

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The Girl on the Train
29 Jul
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Phil Willmott

Review: THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN at the Duke Of York's Theatre

The Girl on the Train After a national tour, The Girl On The Train has pulled into The Duke Of York's for a limited four week run, so if you are a fan of the book or film then you don't have long to catch this well known thriller.

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Peter Pan - Troubadour White City
27 Jul
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Isabella James

Review: PETER PAN at Troubadour White City Theatre

Peter Pan - Troubadour White City This co-production from The National Theatre and Bristol Old Vic stays very true to J.M. Barrie’s story of a young boy who refuses to grow-up. An ensemble cast of musicians and dancers thrust Peter Pan and Wendy into a colourful Neverland with a creative design and stunning aesthetic.

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