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Kathryn Hunter in Timon of Athens at the RSC. Credit: Simon Annand

REVIEW | Timon of Athens | RSC

Shakespeare’s lesser-known black comedy Timon of Athens appears on stage in the Swan Theatre this Christmas. Shining a light on the power of money and its ability to corrupt, we meet Timon who thinks he has it all, until he loses it all. This gender-swapped production sees Kathryn Hunter in the title role of Timon…

Caroline or Change review at the Playhouse Theatre West End

REVIEW | Caroline, Or Change | West End

Sharon D. Clarke reprises her role as Caroline in the poignant and life-affirming musical Caroline, Or Change and it proves to be a thought-provoking piece of theatre. It’s 1960s Louisiana and we are introduced to Caroline, a black maid in a liberal Jewish household who spends her days in the family’s basement. With the company…

Declan Bennett (Brendan) and Bronté Barbé (The Little Match Girl) (c) Tom Grace

INTERVIEW | Bronté Barbé Talks ‘Striking 12’ – The New Musical That Will Warm Your Heart This Festive Season

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s classic tale The Little Match Girl, Striking 12 is a festive musical about a man down on his luck who meets a Light Bulb Seller on New Years’ Eve that changes everything. With a punchy score of pop, rock and jazz, it’s a vibrant intimate production bursting with heart. I…

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