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Sarah Woodward (Hannah), Oliver Johnstone (Neil) and Enyi Okoronkwo (Zef) in The Haystack at Hampstead Theatre. Photo credit Ellie Kurttz
11 Feb
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Stuart King

Review: THE HAYSTACK at Hampstead Theatre

The new Artistic Director of Hampstead Theatre Roxana Silbert, marks her directing debut for the house with a scorchingly delivered exposé of our national security eavesdroppers and what happens when their unfettered access to personal data, reveals more than they expect.

Sarah Woodward (Hannah), Oliver Johnstone (Neil) and Enyi Okoronkwo (Zef) in The Haystack at Hampstead Theatre. Photo credit Ellie Kurttz Sarah Woodward (Hannah), Oliver Johnstone (Neil) and Enyi Okoronkwo (Zef) in The Haystack at Hampstead Theatre. Photo credit Ellie Kurttz.

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The Wedding Singer - London
07 Feb
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John Yap

Review: THE WEDDING SINGER at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre

The Wedding Singer - London THE WEDDING SINGER The Musical finally makes it to London 14 years after its Broadway reception. London’s reception is in the rather out of the way Troubadour Theatre in Wembley Park.

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Alice's Adventures Under Ground - © ROH 2020. Photo by Clive Barda (Featuring Claudia Boyle as Alice)
05 Feb
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Stuart King

Review: ALICE’S ADVENTURES UNDER GROUND at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

Alice's Adventures Under Ground - © ROH 2020. Photo by Clive Barda (Featuring Claudia Boyle as Alice) Composer and librettist Gerald Barry, has concocted a surrealist world using as its basis, an amalgamation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice stories. The result is a riotous, fast-paced, fantastically energetic, kaleidoscopic Wonderland, for all ages, (though perhaps not all ears)!

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John Kani as Lunga Kunene and Antony Sher as Jack Morris in Kunene and the King. Photo by Ellie Kurttz
05 Feb
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Miriam Gibson

Review: KUNENE AND THE KING at The Ambassadors Theatre

In contemporary South Africa, Jack Morris is an aging alcoholic actor, recently diagnosed with liver cancer. He's dying, but determined to stay alive long enough to star in King Lear. Lunga Kunene is the professional nurse sent to care for him. Jack is white. Kunene is black.

John Kani as Lunga Kunene and Antony Sher as Jack Morris in Kunene and the King. Photo by Ellie KurttzJohn Kani as Lunga Kunene and Antony Sher as Jack Morris in Kunene and the King. Photo by Ellie Kurttz. © RSC

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Faustus: That Damned Woman
04 Feb
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Justin Murray

Review: FAUSTUS: THAT DAMNED WOMAN at the Lyric Hammersmith

In the Hammersmith Lyric’s Faustus: That Damned Woman, Johanna Faustus does not have the title of Doctor when we first meet her. She’s just Johanna the apothecary’s daughter, obsessed with her mother, hanged as a witch.

Faustus: That Damned WomanJodie McNee as Johanna Faustus in Faustus: That Damned Woman at the Lyric Hammersmith. Photo by Manuel Harlan.

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