Nine years after its premiere at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre in 2010, GHOST STORIES returns to London for the fourth time (Duke of York Theatre 2010, Arts Theatre 2014, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre again 2019). A movie was made in the midst of an International tour from Moscow to Shanghai via Lima, Sydney and Toronto. As the main character, Professor Goodman, asks the audience at the start of the show, “Why did you come to see this play?”. Why indeed, but they do.
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Review: GHOST STORIES at The Ambassadors Theatre
By John Yap Monday, October 14 2019, 10:35
Review: NOISES OFF at the Garrick Theatre
By Marian Pashley Monday, October 14 2019, 10:23
Noises Off is classic farce, very well constructed, and as complex and silly as you would expect.
It also, by default, feels quite dated.
Review: School Of Rock at the Gillian Lynne Theatre
By Miriam Gibson Monday, October 14 2019, 08:57
Next month, School of Rock will celebrate the third anniversary of its opening night at the Gillian Lynne Theatre. It’s a faithful and fun adaptation of the Jack Black movie, but there are some distracting flaws in its writing and production.
REVIEW: VARIANT 31 at Space 18, New Oxford Street
By Justin Murray Friday, October 11 2019, 09:34
I was a little confused as to what to make of my visit to the controversial, long-dormant Toxico Technologies for the round of test subjects known as VARIANT 31. Upon entry, my plus-one and I are fitted with a medical wristband and told our main objective is to tap this wristband on as many different blue glowing points in the gaming area as possible in order to earn points.
Review: GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES at the Union Theatre
By Phil Willmott Wednesday, October 9 2019, 20:52
It was interesting to see this delightful pocket sized revival of a classic musical, created by friends and associates of mine, two days after seeing ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERWORLD at English National Opera.
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