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REVIEW | The Band | UK Tour

Take That’s new musical The Band opened their sparkling new musical The Band in Manchester last night to a tumultuous reception in an evening a lot of people will never forget. Opening in 1992 and centred around five girls and their unbreakable friendship, it’s a heart-warming story about growing up and growing apart. We are…

REVIEW | Follies | National Theatre

A timelessly tragic story of reminiscence and regret, The National Theatre’s Follies maintains it’s exquisite excellence as it transcends Stephen Sondheim’s spectacular music into a revitalised production that is even more spectacular than ever before. With thirty years passing since the last fully staged production of Follies in London, it still manages to shine, retaining its…

REVIEW | GATE | Cockpit Theatre

Exploring the idea of what happens to us after we die, Artemis Fitzalan Howard‘s new production of GATE uses witty dialogue and contemporary themes to create a ‘gate to heaven’ where four twenty-somethings who have died and arrive at the gate having absolutely no idea how they got there. Once they’ve arrived, they have to do…