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Happily Ever Poofter - King's Head Theatre
24 Jan
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Stuart King

Review: HAPPILY EVER POOFTER at the King’s Head Theatre

Happily Ever Poofter - King's Head Theatre With the merest hint of a fairytale set, a flounce of frilly cuffs and staggering boots (which occasionally defy gravity), Richard Watkins’ is absolutely slaying ‘em at the King’s Head Theatre in his creation, HAPPILY EVER POOFTER.

Photo by Rah Petherbridge.

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The Welkin - National Theatre
23 Jan
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Phil Willmott

Review: THE WELKIN at the National Theatre

The Welkin - National Theatre What a fascinating time playwright Lucy Kirkwood must have had researching this play which supposes that in 1759 12 housewives have been brought together to consider the fate of a deranged young woman who is convicted of killing a child.

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Magic Goes Wrong
22 Jan
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Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Review: MAGIC GOES WRONG at the Vaudeville Theatre

Magic Goes Wrong Hit company Mischief Theatre put their comedic sorcery to the test in Magic Goes Wrong, their latest addition to the London stage.

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The Canary and The Crow
22 Jan
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Stuart King

Review: THE CANARY AND THE CROW at The Arcola Theatre

The Canary and The Crow Hull-based theatre company Middle Child follows its prize garnering tour around the provinces, with a much deserved 4-week London run at the Arcola of Daniel Ward’s semi-autobiographical The Canary and the Crow in which a working class black kid is offered a place at a prestigious grammar school. Let the culture clash commence.

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Fix - Pleasance Theatre
17 Jan
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Stuart King

Review: FIX at the Pleasance Theatre

Fix - Pleasance Theatre A house in the woods, its old woman occupant and a storm closing-in. What looks like a simple ‘pitch-up, fix washing machine and leave’ scenario for repairman Kevin, takes on an altogether darker and more sinister tone in Julie Tsang’s new play at The Pleasance.

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