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The Tell-Tale Heart - National Theatre
12 Dec
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Phil Willmott

Review: THE TELL-TALE HEART at the National Theatre

The Tell-Tale Heart - National Theatre Jolly Christmas music and cascading snow flakes greet you as you enter the National Theatre’s smallest auditorium for this alternative seasonal show. But anyone who knows the playwright/Director Anthony Neilson’s work will realise the bonhomie isn’t going to last long.

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Paul Merton - Aladdin
12 Dec
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Phil Willmott

Review: Paul Merton in ALADDIN at The New Wimbledon Theatre

Paul Merton - Aladdin The New Wimbledon Theatre can feel cold and cavernous so the first thing I’d like to say is what an unusual delight it was to see how warm, welcoming and smiley the front of house staff were. It really contributed to a fun and festive pre-show atmosphere.

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Nine Night - Trafalgar Studios
05 Dec
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Stuart King

Review: NINE NIGHT at the Trafalgar Studios

Nine Night - Trafalgar Studios The National Theatre’s production of Natasha Gordon’s debut play NINE NIGHT, made a welcome transfer to Trafalgar Studios this week.

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Urinetown
27 Nov
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Tim Winter

Review: URINETOWN at the Bridewell Theatre

Urinetown If you hurry you'll be able to catch the last few performances of the musical Urinetown at the Bridewell theatre, and you should as it is very good. Even more impressive is that it wouldn't look out of place in the West End.

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The Movies in my Mind
21 Nov
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Bj McNeill

Review: Cazeleon’S THE MOVIES IN MY MIND at The Glory

The Movies in my Mind A captivating, multidimensional & camp endeavor of identity, self-discovery &acceptance backed by killer vocals. All glamour on first glance The Movies In My Mind strips away the glitter (or in Cazeleon’s case, the grey), serves us current gender & identity politics & reminds us that drag is not just an artifice but a life, liberation & most of all empowering.

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