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REVIEW | The Weir | UK Tour

20 years since The Weir moved audiences at The Royal Court Theatre in 1997, the Olivier award-winning production is a fine example of storytelling as a group of Irish locals meet in a pub and share their stories. Set in the depth of the country, the locals are intrigued by a Dublin woman who has…

REVIEW | Shrek the Musical | UK Tour

The charming tale of everybody’s favourite ogre has been taken from screen to stage to create the spectacular Shrek The Musical.  The musical truly brings the story to life as it delves deeper into the storyline to produce a much more developed version of the film. It takes you back in time to Shrek and Fiona’s childhood,…

REVIEW | Five Encounters On A Site Called Craigslist | Push 2018

Anxious about how he gets to know people, Sam tells us the stories of his experience with numerous sexual encounters he has that spurred from a site called Craigslist. YesYesNoNo theatre company make work concerned with discovering what democratic artistic endeavours can look like. They are an award-winning, Manchester-based theatre company that delves the exploration…

REVIEW | Guys and Dolls | Royal Exchange

By moving the iconic musical Guys and Dolls slightly up north in New York, Talawa Theatre has managed to create a brand new production set in Harlem that captures the lives of New York gangsters, circling their gambling and love lives through classic musical theatre. Director Michael Buffong has maintained the central storyline of Sky…

REVIEW | A Christmas Carol | RSC

Christmas isn’t quite over in Stratford-Upon-Avon as the age-old festive tale A Christmas Carol continues to thrive into the new year. David Edgar’s adaptation is a beautifully crafted production with a moving message. The strong design engages the audience with its Victorian setting that is a visual feast for the eyes. Dickens’ iconic tale is…

REVIEW | Waitress | Broadway

Combining the perfect ingredients of a strong cast, exceptional writing and flawless musical numbers, Waitress is a musical full of heart and hilarity. With an all-female creative team, they have crafted an authentic story focused on a female’s voice as they capture the life of waitress Jenna and the trials and tribulations she faces when…

Come From Away on Broadway

REVIEW | Come From Away | Broadway

Come From Away shines a light on the heart-warming and uplifting story of kindness told through the moving soundtrack by Irene Sankoff and David Hein that is crafted into a captivating 100 minutes of storytelling. The day of the 9/11 terror attacks the US airspace closed, and 38 planes were rerouted to a tiny town called…

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