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Sitting - Arcola Theatre
16 Apr
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Stuart King

Review: SITTING at The Arcola Theatre

Sitting - Arcola Theatre Following a sold-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe, Katherine Parkinson’s debut play SITTING has just opened at the Arcola Theatre.

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Lizzy Muncey as Mum, Jake Ferretti as Josh, Marie Lawrence as Joan (c) Simon Annand
15 Apr
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Tim Winter

Review: TOAST at the Other Palace

Once dubbed 'the Alan Bennett' of cooking, Nigel Slater has become, over the past few years, a similarly un-pretentious, endearing National Treasure. Warm and down to earth, talented, hard-working but humble, he has charmed his way into our lives and kitchens with his cookery books, TV shows and autobiographies.

Lizzy Muncey as Mum, Jake Ferretti as Josh, Marie Lawrence as Joan (c) Simon AnnandLizzy Muncey as Mum, Jake Ferretti as Josh, Marie Lawrence as Joan (c) Simon Annand

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Everybody's Talking About Jamie
12 Apr
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Phil Willmott

Second Look: EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE at the Apollo Theatre

Back in November 2017 I reported that this high-spirited musical was the “perfect way to lift the gloom with a reminder of decent British humanity that celebrates the individual spirit”.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie Everybody’s Talking About Jamie – Layton Williams as Jamie, Hayley Tamaddon as Miss Hedge & class

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Witness for the Prosecution
11 Apr
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Phil Willmott

Review: WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION at London County Hall

Witness for the Prosecution What a brilliant idea director Lucy Bailey and designer William Dudley have had. Simply and cleverly staged in the round this production of Agatha Christie’s vintage courtroom drama makes perfect use of the abandoned council chamber in County Hall.

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Amanda Hadingue and Charlotte Lucas in Top Girls at the National Theatre. Photo by Johan Persson
08 Apr
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Justin Murray

Review: TOP GIRLS at the National Theatre

Top Girls is widely regarded as Caryl Churchill’s finest play, and in Lyndsey Turner’s rich, maximalist production for the National’s Lyttleton Theatre, it is given perhaps its largest-scale platform ever.

Amanda Hadingue and Charlotte Lucas in Top Girls at the National Theatre. Photo by Johan Persson Amanda Hadingue and Charlotte Lucas in Top Girls at the National Theatre. Photo by Johan Persson

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