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  • the trial
    Fringe Off West End Review

    The Trial – Brockley Jack

      Somebody must have maligned Joseph K. because he was arrested one morning without having done anything wrong. Admittedly, I have never seen a production of Franz Kafka’s The Trial. So…

  • Weald
    Fringe Review

    Weald – Finborough Theatre

    This week saw the opening of Snuff Box Theatre’s Weald at the Finborough Theatre in West London. Set in rural England, playwright Daniel Foxsmith transports us to a working livery where…

  • Fringe Review

    46 Beacon – The Hope Theatre

    Sat above the Hope and Anchor pub in Islington is a sumptuous, red painted room with a double bed. It all looks very sexy and as the dashing Robert begins his…

  • Fringe Review

    The White Feather – Union Theatre

    As the dark nights are drawing in and evenings call for cosying up at home with Downton Abbey, something wonderful is happening at the Union Theatre (awarded Most Welcoming Venue in…

  • Fringe Review

    Side By Side By Sondheim

    The discussion in the interval was ‘is this one for the Sondheim fans or can you appreciate the show regardless...?’ – the answer was a resounding ‘both.’ With such an extensive…

  • Fringe Review

    Thoroughly Modern Millie

    I often feel I was born in the wrong era, dreaming in a world full of flapper dresses, cocktail parties and dancing the Charleston. So when I heard that Thoroughly Modern…