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Shoe Lady
10 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: SHOE LADY at Jerwood Downstairs (Royal Court Theatre)

Shoe Lady As its title alludes, SHOE LADY is a play which revolves around a woman (Viv, played by Katherine Parkinson) who is impacted by footwear — most especially, the loss of one half of a pair of shoes. Unfortunately, it is her only pair of shoes, so the loss assumes a profound significance and the results, whilst often comic, are ultimately calamitous.

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Corpse! at Park Theatre
08 Mar
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Max Lewendel

Review: CORPSE! at Park Theatre

Corpse! at Park Theatre Come and enjoy a fun night out in 1930’s London. CORPSE! by Gerald Moon is a classic comedy of mistaken identity, brought back to life by director Clive Brill.

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Revisor - Sadler's Wells
04 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: REVISOR at Sadler’s Wells

Revisor - Sadler's Wells Following-on from their success with Betroffenheit, Crystal Pite’s company Kidd Pivot are again collaborating with Jonathon Young, this time for REVISOR which uses Gogol’s 1836 absurdist comic farce about political corruption - The Inspector General* - as its source material.

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Pretty Woman The Musical
03 Mar
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John Yap

Review: PRETTY WOMAN at the Piccadilly Theatre

Pretty Woman The Musical PRETTY WOMAN The Musical sets out to be a Romantic Musical Comedy and it not only succeeds it also guarantees to be a crowd pleaser as well.

With Music and Lyrics by Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance and Book by Garry Marshall and J.E.Lawton it’s based on the motion picture starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere.

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A Number - Bridge Theatre
02 Mar
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Stuart King

Review: A NUMBER at the Bridge Theatre

A Number - Bridge Theatre The play, the playwright, the players and the director, are all possessed of proven pedigrees. So why doesn’t this re-imagining of Caryl Churchill’s groundbreaking 2002 exposé of cloning, feel more substantial and relevant?

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