Brian Friel’s ARISTOCRATS at the Donmar Warehouse — it’s Bergman under the influence of Chekhov, set on the imaginary croquet lawn of a once grand house in Ballybeg, Ireland.
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Review: ARISTOCRATS at the Donmar Warehouse
By Stuart King Tuesday, August 14 2018, 11:27
Review: SPIRAL at the Park Theatre
By Stuart King Monday, August 13 2018, 10:28
Spiral a new play by writer/performer Abigail Hood, received its premiere at Park Theatre earlier this week. In her play, Ms Hood tackles some sensitive and difficult subjects but commendably, tries to minimise the sensationalism.
Review: SOUNDS AND SORCERY at The Vaults
By Bj McNeill Monday, August 13 2018, 10:19
Sounds and Sorcery is an enticing, enjoyable and visually layered production that is for adult and child alike. Whether it is the family you are taking or your inner child you are bringing out for the evening there is something for all ages (even an open bar). This multimedia immersive has winsome lighting and distinct set design accompanied by the brilliant score recorded by the wonderful Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
Nutcracker Suite featuring human-sized plant life in The Vaults presents Sounds and Sorcery celebrating Disney Fantasia. Credit Hanson Leatherby
Review: SILK ROAD (HOW TO BUY DRUGS ONLINE) at the Trafalgar Studios
By Stuart King Wednesday, August 8 2018, 12:07
Little did Alex Oates realise when attempting to raise funds to stage his show at the Edinburgh Fringe VAULT Festival back in 2014, that he would make history... but thanks to an anonymous Bitcoin donation on Crowdfunder, that's exactly what happened.
HORRIBLE HISTORIES: BARMY BRITAIN at The Apollo Theatre
By Nicole Acquah Tuesday, August 7 2018, 13:35
Looking for a family afternoon out that is both fun and educational? Look no further than BSC’s Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain (Part 4) at the Apollo.
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